Re: Wedgewood Pharmacy


Eleanor Kellon, VMD
 

Thriving Pets is not a pharmacy and does not do the compounding. Questions about compounding should be directed only to, and answered only by, the licensed pharmacist. In fact, that's the law. Otherwise you may get incorrect information. Your label information should always include both a "beyond use date" (expiration date) and a "date compounded" date
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There are reasons other than changing pharmacies for ACTH to go up, although that is certainly one explanation.We haven't had any other reports of ACTH skyrocketing up after a change of pharmacies though.

Comments regarding pharmacies should be limited to matters of public record, like this one:

http://www.dora.state.co.us/pls/real/DDMS_Public.Display_Document?p_section=DPO&p_doc_id=484335&p_source=ROD&p_doc_key=4A17F85764AABA9BF791C15AB9446ADF    

Best of all would be results of potency and stability testing. That's really the only thing that will answer these questions.
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Eleanor in PA

 

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