Can you text your vet?
2. A text should never take the place of a veterinary exam. If you have a new health concern about your pet, schedule an exam. Texts are more appropriate if you have questions about an existing condition or treatment.
Where can I talk to a vet for free?
They can also help answer questions regarding nutrition, behavior, lifestage and more. If a pet owner has a specific product question, they can contact Royal Canin’s Nutritional Advisors at 800-592-6687, Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. CT. The Ask.Vet service will be provided free of charge to all U.S. pet owners.
Can a pet owner go to the vet by phone?
With shelter-in-place recommendations and mandatory stay-at-home orders, it has become more difficult for pet owners to reach their veterinarian via phone or schedule an appointment to see them in person.
What should I ask my vet about my pet?
Ask.Vet veterinarians will help determine if the concern requires emergency assistance, if an additional consult with the pet owner’s vet is needed, or if the pet needs to be monitored. They can also help answer questions regarding nutrition, behavior, lifestage and more.
How can I see an online vet in real time?
Download the Anipanion app and select Video VetChat as your provider. During a chat, you have the ability to send photos or videos of your pet’s condition. A virtual visit is simply a video call that allows our online veterinarian to assess the issue in real-time. Get a Veterinarian’s Professional Opinion, When You Need It Most.
How does a virtual visit with a vet work?
A virtual visit is simply a video call that allows our online veterinarian to assess the issue in real-time. Get a Veterinarian’s Professional Opinion, When You Need It Most. Are you ready for your VideoVet Chat appointment or want to learn how to start a live chat?
Where can I go to ask a vet about my pet?
Video VetChat’s teletriage & teleadvice service provides the perfect, convenient answer to all your pet-related questions. Ask a vet today! A California native, Liuba grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. From the age of two, she dreamed of having a cat.
Why did I take my Cat to the vet?
We took her to the vet, and after a blood test that showed no health concern, the vet asked for poop sample to have it tested. The cat was isolated because we have three more cats, but she did not poop. The vet gave her an appetite stimulant, a worm infestation liquid to pour on her back and an antibiotic in case she had an infection.