Helping Vets and Pets - Our Veterinary Compounding service allows veterinarians to broaden their prescribing abilities and to offer dosage forms that are patient-specific in strength and formulation. Therefore, the goal of compounding for the veterinary patient is to enhance the veterinarian’s ability to treat patients in a more effective and efficient manner.

Compounding can make medicating animals easier because we offer dosage forms that animals accept readily. For example, tranquilizing a feral cat with a liver-flavored chew eliminates the possibility of over- or underdosing. The amount of medication incorporated into chews, capsules, topical or transdermal, or liquid preparations can be formulated to the specific request of the veterinarian, thereby eliminating the need to cut-up tablets and divide the contents of commercially prepared capsules.

As many veterinary medication manufacturers decide that certain products are no longer economically rewarding to market, the list of commercially prepared veterinary medication becomes smaller. Our compounding pharmacy fills the gap by offering veterinary meds in a variety of effective forms and uses.

Potential Vet Compounds and Uses include:

  • Flavored dosage forms that make it easy, even fun, to dose an animal
    - chocolate/peanut butter suspension for hyper insulin in ferrets
    - stool softener in beef-flavored gelatine balls
    - tasty marshmallow, liver, beef, chicken or fish flavored suspensions
  • Custom strength medications for seizures, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, parasitic infections, appetite stimulation and more
  • Low dose, longer acting insulins
  • Antidotes/treatments for accidental animal poisoning
  • Vitamins and tonics
  • NSAIDS trandermals to avoid GI tract infections
  • Anti-fungal inhalation for birds
  • Discontinued, combination, custom formulated products
  • Protective medicated coatings for wounds, stitches that are difficult to lick off
  • Transdermal anti-inflammation gel for torn ligaments
  • Hard-to-find medication for urinary tract incontinence
  • Transdermal anti-motion sickness medicine applied to outer ear surface
  • Concentrated solutions for birds and reptiles, matching dose to size of animal
  • Injections and liquids for metal toxisities
  • Combination or Fortified ophthalmic formulas
  • "Hairball" remedy for cats
  • Custom shampoo to treat "rain rot", a fungal infection in horses
Veterinary  Prescription Products


  • Amitriptyline Oral Liquid and Transdermal Gel
  • Antibiotic/Antifungal/Anti-Inflammatory/Anesthetic Otic Drops
  • Antifungal for Animals
  • Diltiazem Transdermal Base Mixture
  • Dimethyl sulfoxide Cream
  • Flea Bite Gel
  • Ketoprofen 10% in a Transdermal Base
  • Oral Liquid for Diarrhea
  • Phenobarbital Oral Liquid
  • Phenytoin Topical Powder for Animals
  • Potassium Bromide Oral Solution
  • Silver Sulfadiazine Otic Lotion
  • Sulfur and Peruvian Balsam Ointment
  • Topical Anesthetic and Astringent Gel


  • Amitriptyline Transdermal Gel
  • Buspirone Hydrochloride Transdermal Gel
  • Cisapride Transdermal Gel
  • Diltiazem Tuna Flavored Suspension
  • Furosemide Tuna Flavored Suspension
  • Methimazole Transdermal Gel
  • Metronidazole Benzoate Triple Fish Mixture
  • Phenoxybenzamine Transdermal Gel
  • Phenylpropanolamine Triple Fish Mixture
  • Prednisone Transdermal Gel
  • Ursodiol Capsules


  • Diarrhea Capsules for Dogs
  • Diethylstilbestrol Capsule
  • Meloxicam 0.2mg/ml Oral Liquid
  • Phenylpropanolamine Capsules
  • Phenylpropanolamine Transdermal Gel
  • Piroxicam 2mg/ml Oral Liquid
  • Potassium Bromide Transdermal Gel
  • Prazosin Capsules

We work together with veterinarians and their clients to solve medication problems by compounding specialized medications that meet the unique needs of each animal - pets, exotics, horses, or zoo animals. Let us know how we can help you and the animals in your care.

Please contact us for more information.


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1104 Fountain Park Circle • Brunswick, GA 31520
Phone: (912) 554-8220 • FAX: (912) 554-8221 • Toll-Free: 866-554-8220