Regulations for In-Clinic Use

States that allow ordering for In-Clinic Use

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming


States with restrictions on ordering for In-Clinic Use

California - Purchase Order Required

Connecticut - Pharmacy must hold a manufacturing facility permit

Delaware - Non-Sterile ONLY

Florida - Written Agreement Required

Georgia - No Controlled Substances & Written Agreement Required

Idaho - Non-Sterile ONLY

Kentucky - No Controlled Substances

Maryland - Non-Sterile ONLY

Massachusetts - Written Agreement and Purchase Order Required (company policy)

Minnesota - Pharmacy must hold a manufacturing facility permit; Written Agreement and Purchase Order Required (company policy)

Nevada - Written Agreement and Purchase Order Required (company policy)

New Hampshire - "Limited quantities" (dispense quantity of 50 or less dosage units)

Ohio - Vet is required to hold TDD

South Carolina - Written Agreement Required

Texas - Written Agreement Required


States that do not allow ordering for In-Clinic Use

Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Washington DC, West Virginia




For all practices in DC, MI, NM, OK, SD, WV, MA, MN, NV:

Due to state regulations, we are no longer able to fulfill Office Use compounding orders through our Covetrus online platform. The ability to order these within the platform was suspended on Jan 18, 2019 and we will remove the order button for these states on Jan 25, 2019.

In-Clinic Use compounding orders can be fulfilled and stay compliant for your state regulations through Atlas Pharmaceuticals, our FDA regulated 503B compounding facility. Check the Atlas Active Stock on the Atlas website ( for products that are currently available, or call us at (844) 661-1829 to order.


For all practices in MA, MN, & NV:

We can turn online ordering back on if your practice completes an Office Use Agreement. The new agreement forms can be found below: 

If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us or your Covetrus account manager.