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needing to know where to find the products my critters need

post #1 of 11
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I am in a small town in NE Washington State with limited placed to buy for my farm animals (mostly chickens...) but Also Dogs a cat and numerous ferrel cats not to mention everything the neighbors bring me that's motherless or that their animal injured...
I need to know where I can get pet antibiotics, wormers, miticides, vitamins, catheter or tubing or any of the things I can't find here and am recently in dire need of
post #2 of 11

Maybe try your state thread - http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/270925/find-your-states-thread

 
All the best
CT
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post #3 of 11
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Thank you for trying.
The state thread leads me to so much rambling about nothing important to me and most are a couple years old.
I'm not interested in breeding tips or selling... just helping the lg flock I already have. Thanks for at least trying though.
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Originally Posted by crb1487 View Post

Thank you for trying.
The state thread leads me to so much rambling about nothing important to me and most are a couple years old.
I'm not interested in breeding tips or selling... just helping the lg flock I already have. Thanks for at least trying though.

What exactly are you looking for? I buy all supplies online from the least expensive places.

-Kathy
post #5 of 11
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Hi, just saw this. Don't know how I missed it back then.

Do you have a couple online sites that you recommend?

I have been able to find most stuff, here and there and I'm always looking for low prices too. Would be interested in some better options if you have any suggestions.

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post #6 of 11

I am not sure how their pricing compares to others, but I like MyPetChicken

post #7 of 11
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Thanks for your help
post #8 of 11
Right now a large number of antibiotics need to be purchased with a veterinarian's prescription. I second making a post in one of the state threads to ask about sources of buying the other stuff, which should be easy to get a hold of especially through online sources. The only stuff you may have a difficult time getting are antibiotics. However, it's always good to have a vet in hand for those sorts of things!
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post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by crb1487 View Post

Hi, just saw this. Don't know how I missed it back then.

Do you have a couple online sites that you recommend?

I have been able to find most stuff, here and there and I'm always looking for low prices too. Would be interested in some better options if you have any suggestions.

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I buy from places like Valley Vet, Jeffer's, Pet Solutions, Allivet, Amazon, eBay, Tractor Supply, and others. It really depends on what you're looking for and hw fast you need it.

As chickerdoodle13 already said, almost all water soluble antibiotics need a prescription now, so that's something to think about, and it's a good reason to establish a relationship with a vet if you're the type that would rather treat than cull.
post #10 of 11
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I just received my injectable penicillin that I ordered online.
But this source has only a handfull of antibiotics.
I'm still trying to locate other supplies such as a source for other necessities
Something like flagyl or lidacaine or similar without scripts.
I want to be more prepared for anything else.
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