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Saving on Pet Medications with RxLess

Written and medically reviewed by Dorcas Morak, Pharm.D

Updated on August 24th, 2023

Save up to 88% on your medications

Medically reviewed by Dorcas Morak, PharmD

You've already seen the wonders of RxLess for your own meds and probably wondered, "Hey, can I use this for my pet's prescriptions too?" We get it! Our furry family members can have some hefty healthcare bills, especially when insurance doesn't cover specific medications or conditions. But here's some purr-fect news: RxLess has your back to help you afford your pet's prescriptions!

Rxless: Not Just for Humans

A lot of meds, like certain antibiotics (think amoxicillin or doxycycline), antifungals (like ketoconazole), and even some antidepressants (like fluoxetine or trazodone) are prescribed to both humans and our four-legged buddies. This means you can often pick up their meds from familiar places like CVS, Walgreens, or Rite Aid. And by using RxLess, you might pocket up to 88% in savings!

Just a heads up: sometimes there are minor differences between human and pet versions of meds. This might mean that occasionally, your usual pharmacy might not have the pet-specific version, or they might quote a slightly different price. A quick call ahead can ensure they've got what your pet needs.

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Steps to Use RxLess Discount for Pet Meds at the Pharmacy

Using RxLess for your pet's prescription is as easy as 1-2-3:

1. Search: Download our free app or visit and enter the medication details. You'll see where it's available locally for your pet and the price tag at each spot.

2. Show: Spot the best deal from the list, save the coupon, and get ready to show it at the pharmacy counter when you pick up your pet’s prescription.

3. Save: The pharmacist will type in the plan codes from your coupon, let you know the discounted price, and voilà! Savings achieved!

A note on pet prescriptions: To process the RxLess coupon, the pharmacist will need your veterinarian's Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) number. This identifier is usually provided on the prescription from your vet. If you can’t find it, give your vet’s office a call for the necessary details. So next time you're worried about your pet's medication costs, remember RxLess has got your back (and tail)!

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