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Veterinary Medicine

Make Medicine Time Easy for your Pet

Your pets are family members, and they deserve to be treated as we expect for ourselves. Spence's Pharmacy can offer unique strength and dosage forms for your special pet through the innovative art of compounding. Consider the difficulty of giving your pet a pill to swallow. We can provide the level of care your pet needs to allow for an easier delivery method.
Oral Suspensions
We offer liquid suspensions in customizable concentrations and flavors to fit your pet's unique dosage needed.
We compound different formulations of ear drops. Typically, the veterinarians will order these from us and administer it to your pet themselves.
Powder Puffer Formulations
Our powder puffer formulations are specifically designed for topical open wound care.
Veterinary Topical Formations
We can now compound topical formulations for pets with fur! PCCA has developed a gel base that is specifically designed for the fur of our little ones for delivery of medication to their skin. It's most beneficial to wound care and dermatitis compounds.
Our capsule formulations are made specifically for animals with customizable dosages and free of any toxic fillers.
Medicated Vet Treats
Chicken, Beef, and Peanut Butter flavors only

Why use Medicated Vet Treats?


Many suspensions only have beyond use date of 14-30 days. Our new medicated chewable vet treats have beyond use dating of 180 days!

Yummy flavors make administering pet medication a fun and rewarding experience for your little loved ones.


Formulas suited for any animal of any size can be created. Common pet patients include Dogs, Cats, Birds, and Guinea Pigs. Contact us for more information!

Some exclusions apply:
Fluoxetine & Amlodipine not currently available in treat form


   wheat flour
   soybean flour
   potassium sorbate

   xanthan gum
   flavoring (optional)

flavor options

   Peanut Butter

available to order
upon special request

Compounding Q&A

Q: What is compounding?
Q: How does compounding benefit me?
Q: Can my child (or my elderly patient) take compounded medications?
Q: What types of prescriptions can be compounded?
Q: Will my insurance cover compounded medications?
Q: Is compounding expensive?
Q: Is compounding legal? Is it safe?
Q: Does my doctor know about compounding?