Online solutions where doctors of different specialties can help us in everyday life are very common, but with veterinarians it is a bit more complex.
Although most people already have a trusted vet on their WhatsApp and any questions can be transmitted through this channel in minutes, on many other occasions there is no such thing as a “family vet” so you have to search the good internet for help.
What’s new is the site I’m recommending today, which registers helpful veterinarians, stating the languages they speak, so the platform is as international as possible.
It comes from cooperpetcare.com and is presented as a solution to avoid self-diagnosing with unverified advice from Google or waiting dangerously while a condition worsens.
Online Vet offers first class advice via video call with highly qualified and fully certified veterinarians.
The first consultation can be free with the code PH100 they revealed in Producthunt where the owners featured the platform today.
Specializing in medical care for cats and dogs, they allow you to schedule a video consultation with a certified veterinarian anytime, 7 days a week, which is quicker than an appointment at a vet clinic.
They also have a smart symptom checker that can help you figure out what’s wrong with your pet, how bad it is, and if you should see a vet.
Finally, they offer pet insurance, although it’s not available in all countries.
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