Getting drugs at the pharmacy? Buyer beware.
Linda was terrified when her 8-year-old Lab had two seizures. She took Buddy to his family veterinarian, who diagnosed him with epilepsy. The treatment was phenobarbital (15 mg twice daily), a common anti-seizure medication.
Hoping to save money, Linda asked for a written prescription. Once she got to the pharmacy, the pharmacist remarked that the dosage was too high and recommended cutting it in half
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