The pharmacist will be able to provide you with a prescription for your next appointment, or you can contact a vet who can administer the drug, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC has also released a guide for those seeking the assistance of a vet to determine the best option for your vet.
According to the CDC, if you are not sure if you have the right type of prescription, call your vet for advice.
In addition to the drugs, there are medications that you can use for specific conditions.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has also announced a new list of recommended medications.
The list includes things like vitamins, probiotics, herbs and natural pain relievers.
According the CDC website, some of the prescription drugs on the list are considered “preventative” medications.
These include antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications, muscle relaxants and painkillers.
Some of these drugs are considered more important than others for people with certain conditions.
These prescription drugs include: acetaminophen (Tylenol)