Prescription drugs for veterinary patients often need to be compounded (ie, customized to fit a patient’s specific needs). Many veterinarians may wonder how to choose a quality pharmacist. Following are 5 simple but often overlooked ways for veterinarians to enhance their relationship with their veterinary pharmacist.
1 “Vet” the prospective pharmacist.
Has he or she completed courses specific to veterinary compounding? Beyond knowledge of anatomy and physiology, is he or she knowledgeable about the latest legal and regulatory issues?
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