Monitoring medication costs is an enigmatic and incessant cyclical process. Prices fluctuate on a daily basis and there are a plethora of products, available from an abundance of suppliers. Yet quality can vary greatly amongst different sources and across all price ranges. When one divorces quality form the price comparison process, superior standards can become compromised.
The staff of the Cornell University Hospital for Animals constantly monitors the drug market to obtain the highest quality medications at the most reasonable price possible. We source our products from only reputable suppliers, providing outstanding and consistent product quality. We search for the best price available and seek alternatives when market conditions suggest a different course of action might be prudent.
We feel that our pricing is competitive and fair. Please feel free to ask about the price of any medication. We want you to be able to make a well informed decision and we certainly understand that taking care of a pet is a big responsibility that can at times get to be expensive.
Please tell us if you are uncertain about your ability to pay for your pet's medication. There may alternative options that you can explore rather than to have your pet go without.
The drug retail price list of the most commonly dispensed medications at the Cornell University hospital for Animals will help you to get an idea of the cost of your pet's medication. Please note that these prices reflect the cost for each individual dosage unit. You must multiply this cost by the number of doses prescribed for your pet to get the full cost of the prescription. Our pricing is flat across all quantities dispensed and there is a minimum charge of $5.00.
All prices are subject to change without notice. We do our best to keep this list accurate and current but market fluctuations may necessitate price changes which may not be immediately corrected in our postings.