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Dog & Cat Giveaway!

Attention Golden Gate Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy customers! Enter NOW to win a dog or cat prize basket (valued at $100) by submitting a photo of your dog(s) and/or cat(s) with their GGVCP medication. Entry into the contest is easy. 1. FOLLOW us on our social media channels. Instagram: @goldengatevcp Facebook: @goldengatevcp YouTube: /goldengatevcp 2. SHARE[…]

What's New - January 2021

What’s New – January 2021

CHLORAMBUCIL Golden Gate Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy is your one stop spot for oral chemotherapy medications. Click on the links below to browse the most popular forms and strengths of Chlorambucil. Additional strengths and forms available. Visit our online store for more options. Or call and speak to a pharmacist for more information. Golden Gate Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy store:[…]

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Aluminum Hydroxide – Limited Supply

Aluminum Hydroxide is in short supply. We still have low strengths ready to be custom compounded for your pets. Unfortunately, our supply won’t last long, so get your order placed as soon as possible. Aluminum Hydroxide is often prescribed for managing kidney disease in both dogs and cats. It can help to reduce high phosphate[…]

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Anti-Anxiety Meds for Pets

Fireworks aren’t exciting for everyone. Nothing says Fourth of July quite like fireworks. People all over the country will be mesmerized by the colorful explosions in the sky. However, as pet owners we know, not ALL family members will be “OHHHHing” and “AWWWWing” . Many pets experience great anxiety because of sights and sounds associated[…]

Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea is a very common problem in dogs. Dogs are very likely to eat things that they should not. Diarrhea in dogs can often be treated at home, without a trip to a veterinarian’s office. However, you know your pets best, so use caution with at home treatment and make sure to contact your veterinarian[…]

Eye Meds in Dogs

Eye Problems in Dogs and Cats

Eye problems in dogs and cats are a common reason for vet visits. Both dogs and cats can develop eye infections from foreign bodies and/or any number of bacteria, viruses or fungi. Typically, eye problems in dogs and cats can be treated with ophthalmic medications. When dealing with eye issues in pets, veterinarians will generally[…]