What is a Vet Consultation?

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 Our team of pet experts - vets, coaches, vet assistants, pet nutritionists, groomers and more are ready to provide you with a virtual vet consult via Zoom or other online meeting service. 

As for what you can expect during your virtual vet consultation, we will essentially meet to discuss the health and well-being of your pet. During a vet consultation we’ll discusses any concerns or issues raised by the you - the pet owner, and provide advice on preventive care or treatment if necessary.

Key aspects of a virtual et consultation may include:

  1. Visual Examination: We will visually look over your pet via the online service if needed, to assess its overall health. This may involve checking the pet's body condition, coat, eyes, ears, teeth, and other relevant factors.
  1. Medical History: We may ask about the pet's medical history, including any previous illnesses, vaccinations, medications, or surgeries.
  1. Discussion of Symptoms or Concerns: Pet owners often bring up specific concerns or symptoms. We will discuss these issues with you to gain a better understanding of the pet's health status.
  1. Diagnostic Tests: If needed, we may recommend diagnostic tests, such as blood work, X-rays, or other procedures, to get a more detailed picture of the pet's health.
  1. Vaccinations and Preventive Care: We may discuss and administer vaccinations, as well as recommend preventive measures to maintain the pet's health and protect against diseases.
  1. Nutritional Advice: We often provide guidance on proper nutrition for pets based on their age, breed, and health condition.
  1. Treatment Plans: If your pet requires treatment for an illness or condition, we will discuss the recommended course of action, including medications, surgeries, or other therapeutic interventions.

Overall, a vet virtual consultation is a crucial aspect of pet ownership, as it allows for early detection of health issues and ensures that pets receive appropriate care to lead happy and healthy lives. Regular check-ups also contribute to preventive healthcare and can catch potential problems before they become more serious. 

Contact us to schedule your virtual vet consultation today!