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  1. We'll get approvals from your veterinarian.
  2. We'll ship your pet's medications right to your door.

Why Shop With Chewy Pharmacy?

What Are Compounded Medications?

Compounded Medications are drugs that are mixed and prepared just for your pet, based on a prescription from your veterinarian. They’re created specifically to fit your pet’s unique needs, whether making them easier to take, or by removing ingredients that can cause allergic reactions.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I order my pet's prescription medications?

How do I order my pet’s veterinary diet food and treats?

Do I need to have a prescription on hand before I order prescription or veterinary diet items?

Is Chewy Pharmacy accredited?

Is Chewy Pharmacy a licensed Pharmacy?

Is Chewy Compounding Pharmacy licensed or otherwise verified?

Where does Chewy Pharmacy source its prescription items?

How and where does Chewy source the ingredients for compounding?

Do prescription medications require authorization from my vet?

What are the current hours of Chewy Pharmacy?

What does 'Rx' mean?

How can I reach a pharmacist at Chewy Pharmacy?

Will you contact my vet directly to approve my order?

How will you contact my vet?

How long does it take to process my prescription after the pharmacy receives it by mail?

How long does it take to ship prescription medications once you have approval from my vet?

Do you accept returns or exchanges on prescription medications?

How can I tell if medications have expired?

How do I properly dispose of leftover or expired medication?

Can I set up auto refills for medications that treat a chronic condition?

How does Chewy get prescription approval or authorization from my veterinarian?

If I have a written prescription or authorization, how do I send it to Chewy?

Do I have to have an account to order prescription medications?

Do I have to set up a Pet Profile?

Who do I contact if my pet has a negative reaction to the medication?

What is compounding?

Why do some pets need compounded medications?