Fidose of Reality’s heart beats dog. We love sharing dog news and info to help dog parents. So we’re sharing a great way to save on medications for your pets.
Our friends at Pet News and Views have this great offer and it’s totally FREE with no strings attached.
Did you know that only one percent of pet owners have pet health insurance? If your pet gets ill and you have to purchase medicine for him, there is a good solution–a free prescription drug discount card. (This same card was given out at the Academy Awards to Oscar nominees!)
The founder of Pet News and Views, Michele, uses the card to save money on her cat’s meds. He has an overactive thyroid, and will be on thyroid meds for life. The prescription is $20 for 30 pills every month. It can get expensive. So, Michele found a cheaper way.
Instead of purchasing the meds from here veterinarian (whom she adore), Michele asked him to write a prescription for her cat so she could take it to her pharmacy. Since this is a generic brand, Michele saved almost 50 percent using a Prescription Drug Discount Card.
Pet News and Views, an animal advocacy blog, is offering readers a Free Pet Discount Drug Card good for pets and their humans. This card is actually good for pet and human prescription medications. A lot of the drugs prescribed for pets are the same meds that we take—just smaller doses.
The cards are accepted at over 80 percent of all pharmacies in the U.S. and its territories, from national chains to your local pharmacy including Walgreens, Rite-Aid, Target, CVS, etc. The card never expires and can be used over and over again. This card is good in the U.S. and its territories.
This is not pet insurance or health insurance for people. Health insurance coverage for people does not cover pet medications. And many pet health insurance plans do not include prescription drugs for pets.
I hope you never have to use it, and that your pet will live a long and happy life. However, it is good to have on hand.
With this card you can save up to 15 percent on brand-name medications and up to 55 percent on generics. All you have to do is get a prescription from your vet and take it to a participating pharmacy with the Prescription Drug Discount Card.
If you would like to receive a FREE Pet Discount Drug Card, click here for details: http://petnewsandviews.net/2011/07/free-discount-drug-card-for-pets-and-their-humans/.