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I'm sorry I didn't accept yet, but I already knew most of what you answered because I have ordered through pet pharmacies and I know they go through the Vet. But, also, everytime I call in an order it has to go through the vet for approval. This is a small, mobile vet who does not have that many faxes coming in. She went to the house to euthanize the dog 7 months ago. (or so we were told...maybe the dog is buried in the back yard and the Vet doesn't know).
I will go ahead and accept, because I really do appreciate your advice, but could you kindly give me direction on how to proceed with this? Our daughter will go to great lengths to find clever ways to get drugs, and we know this is how she is getting them.
She was a nurse for 14 years before she got fired for stealing drugs. I do not want to get the Vet in trouble, but I know we should call her. What I do want to know as a final answer is WHY do they make it so easy for drug addicts to get tramadol through online pet pharmacies in such large quantities? 200 pills at 50mg each for a dead dog??? It is horribly addictive to humans and apparently now is a drug of choice because it does not show up in blood or urine tests. She is now having seizures, going to the ER weekly, and has had her driver's license taken away. Tramadol causes this. Do you have any suggestions to an agency I can call to get this drug regulated so this doesn't happen to someone else?