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By law, veterinarians cannot prescribe or dispense prescription medications without a valid veterinary-client-patient relationship or VCPR (Indiana Code 25-38. 1-4, Chapter 4). A VCPR exist when the prescribing veterinarian has examined the pet, diagnosed a medical condition, assumed responsibility for making clinical judgments regarding treatment, and discussed treatment and follow up with the owner. The prescription shall only be for a duration that is consistent with the animal’s condition. A veterinarian cannot prescribe or refill a drug for more than one year from the date they last examined the pet.
**For heartworm preventatives, an annual heartworm test must be completed with a negative result.**