Sunday, December 14, 2003

“Pulse on America” to feature VetCentric

“Pulse on America” to feature VetCentric

VetCentric, a complete veterinary pharmacy, provides nationwide, convenient home delivery of medications and therapeutic diets for your pets.

Deerfield Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 12, 2004

Platinum Television Group has announced that VetCentric, the nation’s largest home-delivery veterinary pharmacy, will be featured on its educational television series “Pulse on America.” The segment, “Enhancing the Health of Pets,” will be aired market by market through cable operators on “CNN Headline News.”

VetCentric, a complete veterinary pharmacy, works with more than 5,000 veterinarians in all 50 states to ship medications and therapeutic diets directly to pet ownersÂ’ homes. Virtually all prescription medications and specialty services, ranging from monthly heartworm, flea and tick preventatives to complex compounded preparations, such as chemotherapy drugs and sterile ophthalmics, are available. With state-of-the-art equipment, VetCentric customizes drugs for petsÂ’ individual needs. The company produces transdermal medications for hard-to-pill cats and compounds drugs into liquid forms in pet-preferred flavors. VetCentric's pharmacy complies with all state licensing and inspection requirements.

In emergency situations, VetCentric offers expedited service and can have medications for chronic conditions shipped immediately. Refills, approved by the pet ownerÂ’s veterinarian, can be ordered online, by fax, or phone. A complete encyclopedia of animal illnesses, an easy-to-navigate frequently asked questions section, VetCentric discussion forums and an archive of thousands of articles about pet health are available at www. VetCentric. com.

Headquartered in Annapolis, MD, VetCentric employs a veterinary medical staff whose members have trained at some of the most prestigious veterinary schools in the country. They are knowledgeable about all the prescriptions available at VetCentric and are available to answer customersÂ’ questions.

“Pulse on America,” aired through partnerships with major cable companies, can be seen regionally on “CNN Headline News” in spots twice an hour, at 25 and 55 minutes past the hour. The program’s stated purpose is to enhance the lives of viewers by offering practical, reliable information on innovative solutions to make life better.

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