Petmed Express Inc

NASDAQ: PETS
$4.08
-$0.10 (-2.4%)
Closing price May 29, 2024

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PETS Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NASDAQ
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector TRADE & SERVICES
Industry RETAIL-DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES
Address 420 SOUTH CONGRESS AVENUE, DELRAY BEACH, FL, US
Fiscal Year End March
Latest Quarter 9/30/2023
Market Cap 105.95M USD
Shares Outstanding 21,147,000
Petmed Express Inc is a leading pet pharmacy in the United States, offering a wide range of prescription and non-prescription pet medications, as well as pet supplies. The company caters to pet owners looking for convenient, cost-effective solutions for the health and wellness of their pets. With an easy-to-use online platform, Petmed Express Inc simplifies the process of obtaining pet medications, ensuring pets receive the care they need promptly. The company is committed to providing high-quality products and services, making it a trusted partner for pet owners across the country.

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