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Are there different flavors of medication available? We have over 35 flavors to choose from! The most common flavors for pets are Chicken, Beef, Liver, Tuna, Sardine, Fish, Cheese, Shrimp and Peanut Butter. However, some pets prefer fruit flavors such as Banana, Tutti Frutti, Orange and Lemon.

How does this solve the dosage problem for each individual pet?

For more information call 609-927-0390 www.curexa.com.

Animals come in many different sizes. A hamster will only require a tiny amount or visit of medication whereas a horse will require a very large amount of medication. We can make medications for animals as small as a mouse or as large as an elephant. With compounding, Curexa can work with a veterinarian to formulate any dose or dosage form to treat your pet.

Mark Taylor received the Independent Pharmacist of the Year Award!

My pet will not swallow their medicine. Are there easier ways to administer pet medicine than a chewable or tablet?

Mark Taylor, Owner

One alternative would be to make the medication into a flavored liquid form. The flavored liquid could be directly administered to your pet or mixed 609-927-0392 into their mtaylor@curexa.com food. For very difficult pets, some medications can be made into ainfo@curexa.com topical ear paste that gets absorbed through the skin and into the blood stream. Not every medication can be done this way. Please contact your vet or Curexa if you have questions about which medications work best.

3007 Ocean Heights Ave, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 Phone: 609-927-0390 Toll Free (855) 927-0390 Fax: 609-927-0392 mtaylor@curexa.com

What type of pet medicine does a compounding pharmacy provide? Curexa has the equipment and training to do ALL forms of pet medications. We can do creams, ointments, suppositories, chewable tablets, oral pastes, transdermal gels and capsules. We even have a sterile compounding facility to do sterile injections and eye drops.

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Yes. Just like human medications, your veterinarian would have to write or call in a 609-927-0392 prescription. mtaylor@curexa.com info@curexa.com Please contact us at 609-927-0390 or at www.Curexa.com

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Does pet medication require a script?

if you have any questions or concerns about compounding medicine for your pet.

Mark Taylor Owner

3007 Ocean Heights Ave, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

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Mark Taylor received the Independent Pharmacist of the Year Award!

Phone: 609-927-0390 • Toll Free (855) 927-0390 Fax: 609-927-0392 mtaylor@curexa.com

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