Veterinary Compounding

Care for More than Just Humans

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Your Best Friend Deserves the Best Care

Anyone who has pets knows that they are valued members of the family. And like any other family member or friend, we don’t like to see them hurting. But have you tried every trick in the book to get your pet to take his medicine? Pills in your dog’s cheese? Pinning your cat while someone else opens her mouth?

 

No more! Turn something YOU hate into something THEY crave by getting the medication compounded to fit your pet’s unique needs. A few reasons you may want to consider compounded meds are:

  • Improving taste

  • Altering medication strength

  • Altering delivery form

  • Preparing discontinued formulas

 

Compounding tailors the medication to fit your individual pet. We work closely with your vet to prepare medication that pets of all kinds happily devour.

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With Great Size comes Great Responsibility

Whether you have horses that are prized athletes or you have horses that are prized members of the family, the challenges that you face to give them the care they deserve can be a challenge.

 

No more! With Midwest Compounding, horses can get the great care they deserve and their caretakers get solutions that actually work for all involved. When the medicine is the right fit for the horse, great results are just around the corner.


Some common equine conditions that we can help address include: 

  • Anxiety

  • Cushings-like Disease

  • Equine Protozoal Myelonencephalitis (EPM)

  • Gastrointestinal Care

  • Hoof Care

  • Hormonal Care

  • Itching or Inflammation

  • Pain or Soreness

Get in Touch

Phone: 515-962-9314

Fax: 515-219-7700

Visit in Person

9379 Swanson Blvd, Ste E

Clive, IA 50325

Our Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:30 am - 5 pm

Closed on Weekends

The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult your healthcare provider with questions concerning any medical condition. While we try to update our content often, medical information changes rapidly. Therefore, some information may be out of date.