Here At PetMart Pharmacy,
We Truly Care About You And Your Pet
PetMart Pharmacy is owned and run by licensed, practicing veterinarians.
We are Vet VIPPS accredited from the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
We believe that our knowledge and expertise in veterinary medicine, combined with our extensive list of affordable products, allows us to provide you with quality care and service.
Not only do we offer a wide variety of products, we offer them at a price you can afford. Here are a few types of products you can find on our website…
- Flea and tick prevention
- Heartworm prevention
- Prescription medications
- Non-prescription medications
- Grooming products
- Collars, leashes, and harnesses
- And much more!
We are committed to you and your pet, and we strive to provide you with a pharmacy that truly cares. At PetMart Pharmacy, it is our mission to provide you with:
Affordable Prices – Because PetMart Pharmacy is run by veterinarians, we are able to offer more competitive prices than other companies.
Quality Service – If you are not 100% satisfied with our products and/or services, let us know. We promise to do everything we can to fix it.
Peace Of Mind – We all want the best for our pets, and it’s nerve-racking trying to find quality products and medications for them. At PetMart Pharmacy we give you peace of mind by offering only the safest, most effective, and all around best products.
Meet Our Team
Ed Lehman, DVM
Ed has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 30 years. He graduated from the University of Tennessee Veterinary School. He owns several animal hospitals in Tennessee and currently continues to practice. He started PetMart so that more pet owners could afford medications for their animals. He and his wife live on a beautiful farm in Louisville, and have several animals including rescue dogs, horses, and cats.
Emily Abbott, Pharm.D
Our pharmacist-in charge, Emily, graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. She has been with PetMart since 2012, and specializes in veterinary compounding. She is a preceptor for UT and South College’s School of Pharmacy. Emily and her husband have two boys, and a sweet dog named Dodger.