Providing Comprehensive and Compassionate Veterinary Care Since 1988
For Appointment Call: (508) 336-3381

Prescription Refills

Bristol County Veterinary Hospital has a complete in-house veterinary pharmacy with medications and prescription animal products for your pet’s health and needs.  As a client at Bristol County Veterinary Hospital, you have the convenience of requesting your pet(s)’ medications online via the form below.  This is valid for current clients whose pet(s) has a prescription on file with our hospital.  


Refill Requirements: A current Wellness exam performed by one of our veterinarians (within 6-12 months) is required before a refill can be legally authorized. Also, there are certain medications such as non-steriodal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS), thyroid, or seizure drugs where blood work or other lab testing may be required every 6-12 monthes prior to authorizing your pet’s refill. Please contact our hospital and speak to one of our Veterinary Technicians for more information.


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Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Prescription Refills

Does my pet need an exam for a new medication or refill?
For pre-prescribed medications, as long as one of our veterinarians have examined your pet within the last 6-12 months (certain medications warrant semi-annual wellness exams), another exam may not be necessary. A refill of your pet’s medication cannot be legally authorized without a current Wellness examination. If your pet has a new problem or we are concerned about which medication is most appropriate, we may ask to see your pet for an examination.

For new prescriptions, a Wellness examination is required before a new prescription can be legally authorized.  Not only is an exam required by Federal and State laws but also it is our medical obligation to assure your pet’s health and safety in that it gets the appropriate medication and dosage.

Are there dangers if I order drugs for my pet online or buy them at a non-veterinary retail store?  I see pet drugs being sold everywhere, even at my local pharmacy.

While many online drug retailers adhere to professional standards, you cannot be sure that the drugs you receive are made in America.  The U.S. Food & Drug Administration does not approve importing medications from outside the United States but you cannot be sure of the country of origin from online or local retailers who are trying to keep their costs as low as possible.  It is also hard to verify that medications are the correct dosage and have not expired.

It’s important for our veterinarians to be aware of all the medications your pet is taking to ensure that the drugs will not interact and cause harmful side effects.

Also, not all heartworm and flea prevention medication contain all the necessary ingredients to protect your pet even though the drug packaging may look the same online.  If your pet becomes infected with heartworm disease even though you were giving it medication from an online store, the manufacture companies of those preventatives cannot guarantee the authenticity of that product you purchased.

If you would like to purchase your pet’s prescriptions online, the safest way to do so is through pharmacies accredited by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy by the Vet-VIPPS program. Choosing to buy your prescriptions from a trustworthy provider can help eliminate the risks mentioned above that are associated with sites that fail to comply with federal and state laws and regulations. For more information on Vet-VIPPS, finding a Vet-VIPPS-accredited online pharmacy, or to find which rouge sites to avoid click the link below:




Hours and Location

Hours of operation:

M, W, F   – 8:00am to 6:00pm
Tu, Th    – 8:00am to 8:00pm
Saturday – 8:00am to 4:00pm
Sunday   – Closed

We are closed on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 2:00pm to 4:00pm for staff meetings.

We are located at:

288 Fall River Ave
Seekonk, MA 02771
f. 508-336-4528

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Products and Offers

Vectra 3D for Flea, Tick, and Mosquito Protection! For a healthy and happy dog, it's not enough to just kill parasites. It's important to repel them as well—so the dangerous vectors never get a chance to bite and transmit diseases.


Offer: Buy 6 doses, get 3 more mailed to you for free! Or buy 3 doses and receive 1 in the mail free!

Heartgard Plus is the most recommended heartworm disease preventative for dogs, and it helps to control hookworms and roundworms too.


Offer: Buy 12 doses for a $12 rebate, or buy 12 doses of Heartgard & 12 doses of Nexgard for a $50 rebate!

Nexgard is a chewable flea and tick preventative ideal for dogs with sensitive skin or other topical application concerns.


Offer: Buy 6 doses of NexGard and receive 1 free dose! Buy 12 doses of Nexgard and 12 doses of Heartgard for a $50 rebate!

Seresto Collars for additional flea and tick protection up to 8 months!


Offer: A $15 rebate for in hospital purchase!

Revolution is an excellent flea prevention for cats, effective also against ear mites.


Offer: Zoetis Rewards are available as noted on our Promotions Page.

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Client Reviews

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I highly recommend Bristol County Veterinary Hospital.  I trust them with my two dogs, and I have referred others that have been equally satisfied with the care that they provide.

I have just moved my pug and other family members. Millie needed her nails clipped. She gets very stressed out during this routine procedure. The old vet had three people restraining her and they always drew blood. At Bristol the staff became concerned and they held her for few hours while carefully clipping her nails and ensuring her well being. In a follow up visit she seemed happy to be there.

I have been going to Bristol County for almost eleven years. Dr. Ripp and Dr. Richards and the entire team have always been caring, professional, and provide exceptional care to our dogs. I always appreciate the quick return phone calls if I have asked a question and the personal care of speaking to either Dr. Ripp or Dr. Richards when bloodwork comes back (even on a Saturday!). Maddie & Jeter are not afraid of the vet because of the wonderful care and love they receive from everyone here. I wouldn’t take my dogs anyplace else!

I have used this vet as far back as I can remember. The staff is extremely kind. They know their job inside and out! I highly recommend anyone seeking a vet should call and try them out for yourself. GREAT!

Everyone who works at Bristol County is so nice. You can tell they hire people who enjoy and love animals. I always appreciate the care that both my dogs receive from the vets at Bristol County. Dr. Ripp and Dr. Richards and their assistants are wonderful. I always feel they listen to me and provide excellent feedback. Thank you to the entire staff at Bristol County!

Great care for your pets from a caring staff and top notch management! Any issues taken to management are taken seriously and quickly resolved, all in addition to skilled doctors and techs.

Foxy was treated like “gold” by the staff and Dr. Richards. Information concerning vaccinations and treatments were informative and helpful. As always, it was a great experience for Foxy, who loves all the attention she gets every time she goes to Bristol County Vet. Thanks for everything.

Each and every time I visit Bristol County Vet Hosp. myself and my dogs are treated with excellent care. Besides the excellent care we receive they make my dogs feel so very special. Each and every time we arrive they get very excited and want to run right in.
Also, anytime I call for advise or information everyone in the front is very helpful no matter how busy they are and answer all my questions or forward them to the doctor who in turn always returns my call the same day.