I am curious about
how it will be tracked for veterinary purposes. Same with my dog. Just last month was put on tramadol (which, by the way, has helped him so much he went from a grouch to a dog that acts like he's a prancing pup again). In my state it wasn't a controlled substance, but I still had to fill out paperwork in my name for their DEA tracking. I worry that my name shows up in the main database as having possession of the med even though it's for my dog and I keep track of how much I give him. Could this turn into a problem if PM sees that u have this med if you've signed a contract? The contracts usually say something like I won't get certain meds from other docs, but it isn't specific enough. It should say I won't get meds "prescribed for myself" from other docs or something along those lines. I know this is splitting hairs but loopholes can happen.
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