Visit with Santa on Dec. 8

December 4, 2013 at 9:40 PM


at TIFFANY NATURAL PHARMACY 1115 South Ave., Westfield

Call: 908-233-2200

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NOON to 4 p.m. THEN  SHOP.

In addition to a full array of gifts for the holiday season, know that Santa is coming to TIffany Natural Pharmacy on Sunday, December 8, from Noon to 4 p.m. 

Treat the family to a visit with Santa and enjoy free hot chocolate and cookies. The folks at Tiffany Natural Pharmacy are offering several photo and greeting card packages, plus you’re able to save 25 percent on ALL GIFT ITEMS.

After sharing your wish list with Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick, take time to peruse the many shelves, walls, and counters for a fabulous array of well-priced gifts. Particularly special, are the many selections for folks that absolutely adore their pets. From frames to hold their precious photos, to leashes, and collars, to nifty signs that simply say, “I love my DOG! (or Cat!”).

From water bowls, mats, doggie and pussy cat throws, and toys galore, to charming gifts for your darling youngsters, you’ll find it all at Tiffany Natural Pharmacy. 

Consider Veterinary Compounding

In addition to special gifts for your favorite pet, and your kids, the pharmacists at Tiffany Natural Pharmacy, understand that your pet's health is as important as your own.

Certainly, as our pets age, and live a lot longer, they are more apt to contact many of the ailments adults seem to acquire. 

Recently, a friend’s beautiful Husky developed arthritis, which in turn morphed into a hip replacement. Of course Zeus was not able to adequately adjust to his pills, but with the assistance of the compounding pharmacists at Tiffany, they carefully blended medication especially for his needs. 

Compounding or custom blending of specific medication into more suitable flavors and dosage, offer an easier more successful method of attending to your pet’s individual needs.

“For best results, please call and arrange a consultation with any of their pharmacists, or stop in and speak to a member of their staff,” says Pharmacist and Proprietor Brian Pinto.  

“Ease your mind. All of your pet’s issues are solved when you visit the pharmacists at Tiffany Natural Pharmacy.

Lovely Necessary Gifts

Treat someone you love with a gift certificate for a special pair of shoes. Tiffany Natural Pharmacy has an entire selection of special orthopedic shoes that offer fit and balance. What’s more, they’re quite a bit more stylish than you’ve seen anywhere else. In addition to a new pair of shoes, you may want to offer a gift certificate for a trendy cane. 

And what about ornaments for your tree? Check out the adorable teensy, brandy snifters in delicate colors, You’ll be fascinated with the charming sparkle that had been added for design and decor. From sequins, to ribbons, to tiny dots and dashes, these adorable brandy snifters make fabulous gifts for your holiday tree, the mantle over your fireplace, or anywhere in your home. There’s also an area completely filled with attractive bar ware. Available in a variety of colors and styles, you’ll be thrilled with the selection.

From warm and cozy woolen throws, to stylish scarves, to really lovely earrings, to reading glasses and eye glass holders, you’ll find the perfect gift for everyone on your Holiday list at Tiffany Natural Pharmacy.

Before you leave, visit the Greeting Card Section, and take home a selection of Christmas Cards, and cards for any and all occasions. 

Your Local Good Neighbor Pharmacy is a Family Owned and Operated full service pharmacy that has been in business since 1960.

We provide individualized pharmaceutical compounding in addition to traditional prescription dispensing with prompt, courteous service to our patients. At Tiffany Natural Pharmacy, serving the needs of you and your family is our main concern.

Tiffany Natural Pharmacy

(908) 233-2200 | 1115 South Avenue West | Westfield, NJ 07090

The opinions expressed herein are the writer's alone, and do not reflect the opinions of or anyone who works for is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by the writer.

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