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Animal Medication Compounding? We Do That, Too!! By Our September Student Pharmacist, Kevin Lanning.

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For those who may not know, Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy is located within Suite 200 attached to Plain City Druggist. If you have a furry friend who needs a medication compounded, we can help! You can get your medications filled at the same time as your pet and save time running around. Let your veterinarian know we can fill those medications for your pet that need specially made.

Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy can treat all of your pet’s problems and make them feel better. Pets often have the same types of disease as humans and need similar treatments. Whether your pet has an infection, heart issues, diabetes, or some other disease, we can help you and them.

We can compound medications in a variety of forms including capsules, liquids, transdermals, topicals, and suppositories. Our compounded medications are made to order for your veterinarian’s preferred method of administration. We can even add flavoring to improve the taste of the medication and make it easier to administer. For cats, there are fish and chicken flavors. For dogs, beef and liver.

Our compounds are made by our award winning pharmacist, Bob Borchers. Bob recently won the ‘2015 Lifetime Leadship’ award from Pharmacy Times. Bob enjoys compounding medications for animal and human patients.

At Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy, we care about you and your pets. We offer low prices on compounded medications. Feel free to stop by or give us a call if you have any questions about what we can do for your pets. To call Midwestern directly: 614-733-3784.

Please also LIKE Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy on Facebook HERE. Bob is a Facebook junkie and he wants to increase Midwestern’s fan base!

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