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Follow the 3 easy steps that allow you to have your prescription dispensed and delivered quickly and safely.

  1. Obtain a prescription from your vet.
  2. Place your order online and write your order number at the top of the prescription
  3. Send us your prescription by one of the methods listed below:

Post to:

FREEPOST KOKOBA, (This is our registered, freepost address with Royal Mail. All mail addressed to "FREEPOST KOKOBA" will arrive at our pharmacy in London).

eMail:

[email protected]

Fax:

0208 181 6082

Important note: Whilst we are usually able to use the copy of your prescription (unless indicated otherwise on your prescription) and able to send out the first order you place from it using that copy, we are also required to obtain the original prescription. Please also send this original prescription by post within 15 working days of placing your order. We will then store this original prescription on file for you and we are obliged to keep for 5 years.

For some medications, we are not allowed to accept a copy of your prescription and must only obtain an original prescription. If you are unsure, please check with the pharmacy team. To discuss your prescription orders, please call 0203 675 0780 (Option 3) and the pharmacy team will be able to guide you through our requirements.

Opening Times:

Monday: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

 

Prescription Information (FAQs)

If you need to talk to us about prescription medicines or any aspect of our prescription service please write to:

Petmeds,
5-19 Baker's Row,
London,
EC1R3DG.

eMail: [email protected]
Fax: 0208 181 6082

For any complaints please write to;

Bruno Francione, Superintendent Pharmacist
Petmeds,
5-19 Baker's Row,
London,
EC1R3DG.

eMail: [email protected]com
Tel: 0203 675 0780 Option 3

For serious matters in relation to veterinary medicines, and only if the matter could not be satisfactorily resolved by us, click here to contact the VMD directly. The VMD is a Government agency responsible for licensing veterinary medicines and making sure that they’re manufactured and supplied according to the Veterinary Medicines Regulations.

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Click here to view the VMD'S Adverse Event (Suspected Adverse Reaction Scheme) online yellow form.