Guest Opie_Boy Posted January 24, 2012 Share Posted January 24, 2012 We took Opie to his regular vet last night just to discuss his recent bladder issues and get his opinion on the whole situation. We decided to keep him on a low dosage of prazosin since he seems to be doing so well on it. Anyway, our vet doesn't keep that medication in stock so we took it to be filled at Target. After some initial confusion on how to handle a pet prescription, they quoted us at $80 for a 30 day supply. Our jaws dropped right down to the floor but we figured we would just get it filled for now and we'll do some price comparison for next month. After our name was called and we went up to check out, they rang us up for $9......I have no problem admitting that I signed that receipt and scurried right on out of Target I certainly wasn't going to bring it to their attention or ask about the earlier price we were quoted. Now I'm left curious about what the price should actually be. Prazosin is listed on their discount generic list, but are those prices supposed to be with insurance? I really have no idea how it works because I have health insurance and I've never really thought about prescription prices. $9.00 strikes me as pretty darn low, but $80 seems ridiculous. Anyone else give Prazosin? What do you pay for it? Or does anyone know how that generic list at Target is supposed to work? Just curious about what I can expect for next month Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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