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Q. Hello do you sell prescription meds for dogs on this website? or do you know of a site that has discounted prices for meds. vetoryl 30 mg.

A. We are advise only website and we do not sell medications or provide prescriptions. You may get Vetoryl from here : http://www.pet360.com/product/15143/vetoryl-capsules-trilostane . Please, note you will need to provide them with a prescription.

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