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Can I speak to a Vet online for free?

Can I speak to a Vet online for free?

Paws and Claws can help alleviate uncertainty by providing a 24 Hour Vet Helpline for all of our customers. No question is too big or too small and the service is completely FREE for customers to use at any time, on any day, 365 days a year.

What to do when you need to talk to your vet?

When you need to talk to your vet, click “Start a New Visit” on their profile and select a reason from a drop-down menu of 11 common options, including “other” for anything not mentioned. You can see exactly how much the vet charges for new issues, follow-ups, and general inquiries.

How can I chat with a vet online?

To seek expert advice from licensed veterinarians, simply click the “chat now” button from your desktop or mobile device. You will have two options for connecting with a vet, via chat or video.

How to seek expert advice from licensed veterinarians?

To seek expert advice from licensed veterinarians, simply click the “chat now” button from your desktop or mobile device. You will be placed into a live chat with one of our veterinarians and also have the option to upload photos and videos of your pet.

Is there a way to connect with a vet?

Across the country, veterinary operations have also been impacted, and veterinarians are seeking new ways to interact and help pet parents. This need has inspired us to find a new way to connect licensed veterinarians to pet parents seeking answers to their most pressing health & wellness questions.

When you need to talk to your vet, click “Start a New Visit” on their profile and select a reason from a drop-down menu of 11 common options, including “other” for anything not mentioned. You can see exactly how much the vet charges for new issues, follow-ups, and general inquiries.

When to take your pet to a new vet?

Yes, mistakes happen, but they warrant some face time with your veterinarian to receive an explanation and determine if you will be staying or taking your business elsewhere. 5. You or your pet simply don’t feel comfortable with your vet.

Can a telemedicine vet diagnose your pet?

It’s not a replacement for regular in-office visits, and most vets on telemedicine services can’t diagnose or prescribe medications for pets they haven’t previously seen in person, but they are able to give helpful advice.

Do you think most people believe in vets?

It appears that most folks believe that vets are wonderful. After all, we clearly love animals and we must be very smart- everyone knows how difficult it is to get into veterinary school. In fact, people seem far less skeptical of their vet’s capabilities and intentions than they are of their own physician’s. Time for a reality check.