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From everyone at Humane Society of Charles County, we’d like to thank you for your understanding as we work to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our staff while providing critical care for your pets during this uncertain time.

As we continue with our increased safety measures in the clinic and as the situation keeps evolving, we understand that many of you are concerned about being able to get your pet’s food, medications, and other items. We want to make sure you know that we do offer an online pharmacy, so you can place orders for delivery to your home and ensure your pet gets what they need to stay healthy and happy. 

https://thehumanesocietyofcharlescounty.securevetsource.com/

We partner with Vetsource, a reliable Home Delivery program with veterinary-trained pharmacists on staff. They are following CDC safety guidelines and taking all the necessary precautions to ensure orders are delivered as safely and quickly as possible. This includes conducting frequent deep cleanings and daily sanitizing of all work areas. They’re also working closely with manufacturers and other partners to increase inventory and avoid delays as much as possible.

We recommend looking at what you currently have on hand for your pet and planning ahead to make sure your pet doesn’t experience any lapse in the therapies we have prescribed. While it may be tempting to “stock up,” please keep in mind that many items have an expiration date. Instead, you may wish to set up automatic recurring shipments on some items, so you don’t need to worry about running out.

If you need help navigating the online site, please read our Online Shopping Guide.

As always, your pet’s health is our top priority, and we will continue to do everything we can to keep taking care of them while also taking care of our staff’s safety. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.