How to Use RxSaver to Save on Pet Medications


How to Use RxSaver to Save on Pet Medications

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RxSaver Editors
By RxSaver Editors
Oct 01, 2020 - Updated Jan 20, 2021
How to Use RxSaver to Save on Pet Medications

What does crossover medication or human equivalent medication mean for pets?

Just like their owners, pets may experience anxiety, allergies, diabetes and other illnesses and will be prescribed medications directed by your veterinarian.

Can pets take the same medications or pet equivalent medications as their owner?

Yes. Pets can be prescribed the same prescription as humans are, for example tramadol or Prozac. The quantity and dosage for pets will be different than a human prescription which is why the medication must be prescribed by a veterinarian.

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Commonly prescribed pet Rx medications

Prescription Medication RxSaver As Low As Pricing
Amitriptyline $4.00
Atenolol $4.00
Cisplatin $22.48
Diazepam $4.69
Fluoxetine $4.00
Gabapentin $4.33
Lantus $293.68
Meloxicam $8.08
Phenobarbital $13.68
Tramadol $3.30

How do I get a pet medication prescription filled?

Once your vet has determined what medication your pet needs you can get a prescription filled by having your vet call a pharmacy. It’s important to ask your veterinarian to send your pet’s prescription to a local pharmacy so you can use an RxSaver coupon to save on the cost of medication.

There are certain medications you aren’t able to fill at pharmacies such as heartworm and flea treatments for pets, which is why we have partnered with Health Warehouse so you can still save on these common pet medications.

How do I save on my pet medication?

You can easily save on your pet medications with RxSaver by following these easy steps.

1. Search RxSaver for your pet’s prescription

Look up the medication your pet has been prescribed on RxSaver and find the cheapest coupon at a nearby pharmacy.

2. Ask your vet to call in your pet prescription to selected pharmacy

Make sure your vet has called in your pet’s prescription at your preferred pharmacy. RxSaver coupons are accepted at all the major pharmacies.

Be sure to find the best coupon for your pet medication and ask your prescription to send the script directly to the corresponding pharmacy with the coupon.

3. Show RxSaver coupon at pharmacy counter

You can present your RxSaver coupon at the pharmacy counter when you pick up your pet prescription or you can call ahead with the details from your RxSaver coupon ahead of pick-up.

In the case you have an existing pet prescription at a pharmacy but want to make the switch to a different pharmacy that offers the best RxSaver pricing, you can call the pharmacy and have your prescription easily transferred.

4. Save on your pet’s prescription!

RxSaver’s mission is to help afford medication for both you and your pets. The health of your family, including your furry family members, is always a priority.

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Always talk to your veterinarian first about medications or changes to your pet’s medication. You can always use RxSaver when looking for the lowest price for your pet’s medication by comparing prices and saving to keep your pet healthy.

Amitriptyline: 25 mg / 30 tablets

Atenolol: 25 mg / 30 tablets

Cisplatin: 1 mg/ml / 1 vial

Diazepam: 5 mg / 30 tablets

Fluoxetine: 20 mg / 30 capsules

Gabapentin: 300 mg / 30 capsules

Lantus: 100/ml / 1 vial

Meloxicam: 15 mg / 30 tablets

Phenobarbital: 64.8 mg / 30 tablets

Tramadol: 50 mg / 30 tablets

*Lowest online price at national pharmacy chains Costco, CVS, RiteAid, Walgreens and Walmart as of 1/20/2021. Prices vary by location and pharmacy, see for actual pricing in your area.

RxSaver Editors

RxSaver Editors

RxSaver Editors are wellness enthusiasts who help you learn how you can save the most on prescription medication costs and other health-related topics.

The information on this site is generalized and is not medical advice. It is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise and judgment of your healthcare professional. Always seek the advice of your healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard seeking advice or delay in seeking treatment because of something you have read on our site. RxSaver makes no warranty as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of this information.

If you are in crisis or you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.