Latest Race Foster Stories

2010-08-09 09:17:00

RHINELANDER, Wis., Aug. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Only 50% of dogs and a mere 40% of cats are vaccinated against vaccine preventable diseases like distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis and feline leukemia. These diseases damage or take the lives of countless pets each year. In an effort to help protect these unvaccinated pets and educate pet owners on the necessity of vaccinations, Drs. Foster and Smith pet supplies has significantly lowered prices on all of its vaccine products and is offering a...

2010-07-15 11:33:00

RHINELANDER, Wis., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Drs. Foster and Smith Pet Pharmacy is proud to announce the receipt of two important accreditations within the past month: The National Association Boards of Pharmacy Vet-VIPPS Seal and the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) accreditation for compounding pharmacy. Drs. Foster and Smith is the first and only veterinarian-owned, online pet pharmacy to have received both of these prestigious accreditations. Vet-VIPPS stands for...

2010-06-08 10:36:00

RHINELANDER, Wis., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- One online pet pharmacy is making it easier for pets and customers throughout the United States to choose a compounding pharmacy they know meets the highest quality and safety standards in its profession. On May 10, 2010 Drs. Foster and Smith Free Shipping Pet Pharmacy earned the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board's Seal of Accreditation - a new system of standards created by some of the leading organizations in the pharmacy profession....

2009-11-06 14:05:00

RHINELANDER, Wis., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for the holidays, one leading pet supplier has decided to give a little back this season. Concerned the economy might be making the price of pet care an obstacle to some owners, Drs. Foster and Smith has eliminated standard shipping costs for all of its pet healthcare products. "As veterinarians, our goal is to provide our customers with the knowledge and affordable products to ensure that their pets live long and healthy lives,"...

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