Walmart is expanding pet care options for its customers with a new online pet pharmacy and the expansion of in-store vet clinics.
According to the company, beginning Tuesday, customers can go online to purchase their pet’s prescription medications and have them delivered directly to their door.
The new WalmartPetRx.com is said to offer “low-cost prescriptions for dogs, cats, horses and livestock from over 300 trusted brands.”
For those who would rather fill the prescription in person, Walmart says that their 4,500+ pharmacies will be stocked with the top 30 most requested pet medications.
Along with the online pharmacy, Walmart says that around 100 in-store veterinary clinics are expected to open in the next 12 months. Those clinics will offer services like vaccinations, exams and treatments for minor illness. The company currently has 21 in-store clinics in six states.
Walmart says they’re excited to offer customers everything they need for their pets, from vet care and vaccinations to food and supplies.
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