Re-Launched Pet Meds Site- Opinion on Pet Meds Directly From the Horse’s …Err… the Dog’s Mouth

Tato & Chip- A Dog and a Cat are the new mascots of this re-launched pet meds site that discusses about pet meds and their prices

Online PR News – 19-April-2012 – Walnut, CA, April 16, 2012 - – Pet meds( ) site, has launched their refurbished site with two mascots; Tato the cool cat and Chip the Dog. The site that was initially started with a simple mission of finding discounts for pet meds, stand committed to its initial mission, but with renewed vigor. contains information about suppliers who sell pet meds such as heartworm medicine( ), meds for flea control and joint care, etc. at discount prices, and also about stores where pet owners can buy medicines at cheap prices and also experience excellent customer service. All medicines featured on the site are prescription free, thereby avoiding the need to take your pets to the vet. Reviews about the products are detailed; they include information on safety (are they safe/unsafe for any particular breed of cat/dog), side effects if any, dosage, storage information, and the active ingredient in the medicine.

" is a result of our efforts to find cheap meds for our pets. Although the medicines mentioned on the site are available at pet shops, it is only on the internet that these are a lot cheaper. Through the site, users also get access to discount codes and coupons offered by suppliers recommended by us," says the spokesperson for

"The effort was to make the site informational, yet friendly; hence the mascots Tato and Chip. Each of these mascots, are like the cats and dogs that you would find in everyday life. They have their own individuality, and their own likes and dislikes. In fact, the reviews itself are written as a first person account from them, and there's also a 'My Opinion' coloumn, where Tato/Chip express their thoughts on the product," adds the spokesperson. Well known brands such as Heartgard, Frontline, Revolution, and Nuheart are reviewed on this site.

The American Pet Products Association claims that Americans spend almost $ 13 million on common pet medicines such flea treatments( ), and heartworm medications etc. In most of these circumstances, costs can be cut if pet owners seek help from competitive online pet stores.

About This is a site that helps pets with all types of non RX medicines at reasonable rates.

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