Capsule - Veterinary Compounding

What’s New – June 2020

Golden Gate Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy is keeping you updated on drug availability, back-orders, new products and more. Our monthly, “What’s New” updates are aimed at keeping our clients informed. We know that back-ordered medications can be disruptive to pet’s treatments. We can compound most back-ordered medications to ensure no lapse in treatment. Our goal, as[…]

Text to Refill

Text-To-Refill

Pet owners asked and we answered! Requesting refills is easier than ever with our newly upgraded Text-to-Refill system. No leaving voice messages, no waiting to speak to a representative. Just a simple text and the refill process is rolling.   INSTRUCTIONS: To submit a refill request, text your prescription number (upper left corner of your[…]

Golden Gate Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy

Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy Flavors Your Pet’s Medications

The goal of a veterinary compounding pharmacy is to make medicating pets (and all animals) easier. Sometimes that means creating custom strength tablets or capsules. Sometimes that means creating transdermal (topical) medications for notoriously difficult to medicate cats. And a lot of times that means turning your pet’s medication into something that tastes great! This[…]

Cat and Dog

Cats vs. Dogs

Cats or Dogs? Dogs or Cats? That is the question. People have long debated who reigns supreme as the best companion animal. Cat people have their points and dog people have theirs. Let’s look at a few of these areas of debate. Dogs are pack animals by nature, which makes them instinctively social, friendly and[…]

GGVCP Pet Medication

Pet Medications Direct to Your Door

Many pet medications are essential to the well being of our pets, especially chronically ill and/or aging pets. In these unprecedented times, we must stay diligent to ensure that we do not run out of medications, for ourselves and for our pets. Pet medications are regularly purchased and picked up from your local veterinary hospital.[…]

Holiday Pet Dangers

Holiday Pet Dangers

It’s that time again! Big family feasts, gift exchanges, cookie decorating and all the magic that is the holiday season. It is easy to get caught up in the festivities and forget about how your pets fit into the big holiday parties. Below we have outlined a few holiday pet dangers and how to keep[…]

Senior Cat

Diabetes in Pets

November is National Diabetes Month. Diabetes in pets can be a serious situation, but can also be easily managed, especially if it is caught early. Diabetes in pets can occur at any age, but is more common in older pets. In dogs, diabetes occurs in females twice as often as males. In cats, males are[…]

Senior Dog

Senior Pets

Caring for Senior Pets can be challenging. With advancements in veterinary care, pet nutrition and overall knowledge of pet well-being, our pets are living longer. Which is great news! More years with our beloved animals! However, senior pets can present all kinds of physical and mental issues as they reach their golden years.  Generally, pets[…]

GGVCP Clients

Fire Safety for Pets

Fire safety for pets is something that all pet owners should consider. In many parts of the country, especially our home state of California, wildfires present very serious risks. People must be aware of the danger and ready to take action for themselves, their families and their pets. It is important to put together a[…]