Yes, if your pet has been prescribed a human medication like latanoprost, most retail pharmacies accept GoodRx coupons for pets.
However, there are a few exceptions you will want to know about.
1. Walmart and Meijers do not accept discounts for pets.
2. Discounts with RxPCN: 7283 cannot be used for pets. This may change in the future.
3. Discounts cannot be used on compounded or pet-only medications like flea and tick treatments.
When using a coupon for a pet, the pharmacist will need a DEA number from your vet to process the coupon and prescription. Human prescriptions require an NPI number, and pet prescriptions require the prescriber's DEA number. Once the pharmacist has your prescriber's DEA number, they should be able to process the coupon along with the prescription information in their system without any problems.
If the pharmacist has any trouble processing the DEA number and coupon, please have the pharmacist call the help number on the coupon while you're in the pharmacy; someone from the helpline can speak directly to the pharmacist for you to clear up the problem while you're there.