Yarra Junction Produce -
Buy Your Pets Comfortis and other Medications without a Rx Prescription.
Y J P Discount PetMeds, No Rx Prescription Required for Flea, Tick, and De-Worming Medications s - for Dogs,Puppies,Cats,Kittens,Horses,Ponies, also Small Animal Medications.
Shipping - A flat Rate of only $6.00 for 1 or more items ordered.
Pet Medications for sale on this site are (Dispensed from a Australian Jurisdiction whereby 'No Rx Prescription' is required).
Payments Accepted - Paypal, Visa, Mastercard, Amex.
Finest Quality Pet Supplies
All products offered and sold by Yarra Junction Produce.Com(Pet Meds Supply) are very carefully selected by our highly qualified practicing pet experts, to ensure that all products offered are highly recommended manufactured and safe products sourced from only reputable National and International Pharmaceutical Companies we trust 100%. We as professionals, wouldn't recommend or sell products that we wouldn't use on our own precious pets, dogs - cats and small and large animals.
All products sold by us are new, and have the longest possible expiry date's available from all manufacturers. The Medication Products that we sell are manufactured in the same factories, with the same active ingredients as those sold under the same name in the USA, UK, Europe and Australia.
To keep the costs as low as possible, some products are sourced from outside the USA. This means that the packaging may look slightly different to that available in vet practices and pet stores in the USA. For example, weights and measurements may be in metric. All instructions for use and safety notices are written in plain English.
Why Pet Medications at Animal Hospitals are So Expensive
Over the past several years dramatic changes have taken place in the prescription and non-prescription drug industry. Drug companies, pharmacies and doctors have all come under fire for setting and propagating unreasonably high prices. The same complaints are being heard concerning veterinary prescription and non-prescription medications.
Currently around 300 drugs are approved by the USFDA United States Food and Drug Administration) for use in treating companion animals - dogs, cats, and horses. Many of these drugs consist of the same active ingredient found in their human drug counterparts; and all must go through the same safety and efficacy procedures designated by the FDA.
Private practice vets, small animal clinics and animal hospitals were traditionally often the only source of specialized animal medications not generally stocked in pharmacies. They benefited from the high profit margins on medications, and depended on this income to offset the high cost of maintaining sophisticated equipment and staff in order to treat serious illnesses and non-elective surgery.
The new reality is that pet owners now have access to many new sources: wholesale drug distributors, discount drugstores, by mail-order and, finally, online Internet suppliers. There are even sites (such as www.yarra-junction-produce.com) to help buyers get the best deals on particular pet medication products anywhere on the web.
Animal hospitals, clinics and independent vets are beginning to face the reality of either losing their pet medication business or else cutting their profits margins on these products. There will undoubtedly be a continuing steady increase in the cost of veterinary services to make up the shortfall. The rapidly expanding market for pet health insurance is an obvious indication of these increased veterinary care costs.