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RX Ordering Guide
How To Order Prescriptions
Welcome to the GiantEaglePetRx Online prescription information.
The Federal Law requires that prescription drugs to be restricted to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Before we can process your prescription medicine order, we must have a prescription from your veterinarian on file. Four convenient ways to provide us with prescription:
1- Your veterinarian may Call, email, or Fax the prescription to us
2- If you have the prescription already, you may mail it to us
3- If we have a refill for you on file, place your order & we'll take care of the rest
4- You may submit a Pet-Vet information and we'll obtain the prescription for you
Address: 14540 NW 60th Avenue, Miami Lakes, FL 33014 Phone: 888-320-1381 International 888-320-1381 Fax: 888-320-1383 International 888-320-1383 email: Rx@gianteaglepetrx.com
The order will be held pending the veterinarians authorization. If you would like to place an order before your veterinarian calls or faxes the prescription, you may do so. Our customer service representative can place the order on hold until we receive the prescription.
As soon as the prescription is received, the order will be released. NOTE: Prescriptions are refillable, if indicated, for one year from the date on which they were written. After that time, your veterinarian will need to authorize a new prescription.
GiantEaglePetRx is a licensed pharmacy by the state of Florida, license number PH22570. Please contact us for a list of out of state licenses.
GiantEaglePetRx endorses the American Veterinary Medical Association policy that drug therapy, when medically indicated should be initiated only by an attending veterinarian in the context of a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship.
We are unable to accept returned prescription drugs due to federal and state laws.