Our Basset Hounds, “The Girls,” love walking and running on the beach – especially Rosie! Rosie is the big-headed tri-color who loves the beach. She came from an abusive situation and is still afraid of a lot of things… when she gets on the beach though she is one with the world!
Here they are at one of our favorite beaches – Cape San Blas, FL.
Have you shopped around to ensure you are paying the best price on you or your pup’s prescription medicines? It can make a big difference!
Dog medicines/prescriptions, and sometimes even human prescriptions, are not covered by insurance. If your pup dog has on-going medical challenges that require a prescription – the costs can add up. Using GoodRx.com has saved us a pretty penny or two.
Save Money on Dog Prescriptions
Watch this quick video to see how you can save money on dog prescriptions using GoodRx.com to shop around.
Our Ashley has dog epilepsy and takes four prescriptions, twice a day. Our total monthly cost for her medicines is $87.08. If we had not shopped around and found the best pricing, we could be paying as high as $231.40. Yikes!
Our youngest, Ashley, was diagnosed with epilepsy as a pup. At approximately the age of five we had to start giving her multiple prescriptions to keep the seizures at bay (both grand mal and focal). Check back for our video series on dogs with epilepsy, coming soon.
Pup dogs with health issues can be challenging. Multiple dogs with multiple issues can drive you a bit mad. We have three Basset Hounds who each have their own idiosyncrasies. It’s time to get organized and make this more fun for everyone!
Watch this video for several tips on how easy it is to give your dogs their pills: