A veterinary surgeon or suitably qualified person will write a prescription for your pet just like your doctor would do for you.
Having your pet’s medicine dispensed by your veterinary surgery isn’t the only option. It may be cheaper to ask your vet to provide a prescription to have dispensed elsewhere.
Contact us at Dock Pharmacy to obtain a competitive quote for your pet’s medicine if you can’t see the prescription medicine you require.
A Vet prescription is written under the cascade, a medicine authorised in the UK for human use can be dispensed.
You will always be charged for a veterinary prescription but it will still be cheaper by up to 50% than if you had obtained it from your vet.
This charge will include the cost of the medicine. Our minimum charge for dispensing vet prescriptions is £5.50, but prices vary depending on the cost of the medication prescribed and the quantity of the required medication.
Our online pharmacy will dispense your veterinary prescription and have it delivered directly to you at either your work or home. It is that simple!
For further details contact the Dock Pharmacy Team by ringing 01375 846 316 (9am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday) or emailing [email protected]
Desmopressin 0.2mg tablets
Desmopressin 0.2mg Tablets are used to treat:
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Latanoprost eye drops belongs to a group of medicines known as prostaglandin analogues
Latanoprost Eye Drops lowers the pressure within your eye by increasing the natural flow of fluid from inside the eye into the blood stream.
Latanoprost eye drops is used to treat adults with open angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension.
These conditions are linked with an increase in the pressure within your eye. If they are not treated
they may affect your eyesight.
The recommended dose for adults (including elderly) and the children is one drop once a day in
the affected eye(s). The best time to do this is in the evening.
Do not use Latanoprost eye drops more than once a day, because the effectiveness of the treatment
can be reduced if you administer it more often.
Like all medicines, this Latanoprost eye drops can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
The following are known side effects of using Latanoprost eye drops:
Very common (may affect more than 1 in 10 people):
• A gradual change in your eye colour by increasing the amount of brown pigment in the
coloured part of the eye known as the iris. If you have mixed-colour eyes (blue-brown,
grey-brown, yellow-brown or green-brown) you are more likely to see this change than if
you have eyes of one colour (blue, grey, green or brown eyes). Any changes in your eye
colour may develop gradually although it is normally seen within 8 months of treatment.
The colour change may be permanent and may be more noticeable if you use Latanoprost
eye drops in only one eye. There appears to be no problems associated with the change in
eye colour. The eye colour change does not continue after Latanoprost eye drops treatment
• Redness of the eye
• Eye irritation (a feeling of burning, grittiness, itching, stinging or the sensation of a
For more information please read the Patient Information Leaflet
You can buy Latanoprost eye drops UK online with a valid prescription.
Xalatan eye drops is used to treat conditions known as open angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension in
adults. Both of these conditions are linked with an increase in the pressure within your eye, eventually
affecting your eyesight.
Xalatan is also used to treat increased eye pressure and glaucoma in all ages of children and babies and in cats or dogs.
You can buy xalatan eye drops with a private prescription or a vets prescription.
Xalatan eye drops is also available as a generic, Latanoprost Eye Drops
There’s no medication that can cures enuresis — the medication only treats symptoms. When the drug is stopped, the enuresis will usually return unless the child has naturally outgrown it. The commonly used medication is DDAVP (desmopressin acetate).
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DDAVP Injection is used: