PocketVet - Affordable Vet Care in your pocket

Affordable vet care in your pocket

Chat to experienced vets from the comfort of your own home for expert advice and treatments to your door.

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How it works

Step 1: Register your pet.

How it works

Step 2: Choose your membership type.

How it works

Step 3: Connect with vets.

Key Features

Ask a Vet

Ask a Vet

Need expert vet advice when you're not sure what's best for your pet? Get fast answers from UK licensed vets from your smartphone, desktop or tablet device.
Plant Identifier

Plant Identifier

A botanist in your pocket - Snap a pic of a plant to instantaneously identify and protect your pets from toxic plants.
Parasite Prevention Pack

Parasite Prevention Pack

Protect your pets from fleas and worms with effective treatment delivered through your letterbox each month.

Visit our shop

Sign-up to access our shop full of hand-selected products by our vets to ensure they are paw-fectly safe for your pets.
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Pricing

Subscribe to PocketVet for £9.99 a month or pay as you go for £19.99 per consultation

Free Plan

  • £19.99 per consultation

  • Access to Shop & Veterinary Tutorials

  • Register Unlimited Pets

Pocket Plan £9.99 per month

  • Register Unlimited Pets

  • Free Welcome Pack

  • Unlimited Consultations

  • Access to shop and veterinary tutorials

  • Toxic Plant Identifier

  • Cancel Anytime

Aimee Labbate

Our Vets - Aimee Labbate

"It's great to be able to help pet owners from the comfort of their own homes"

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David Cahill

Our Vets - David Cahill

"If we can save pets a stressful vet visit, then everyone wins"

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Heather Lucas

Our Vets - Heather Lucas

"It's really rewarding to provide affordable veterinary advice and treatments"

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The PocketVet Family

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost? How quickly will I be able to talk to a Vet..?

PocketVet Blog

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Xylitol

Xylitol is a natural sweetener that is commonly used as an alternative to sugar in many human food products and medications.

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Vitamin D Toxicity in Dog

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for dogs as it helps to balance calcium levels in the body, which is important for the bones, muscles, nerves and all cells in the body.

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Slug Pellets (Metaldehyde)

Metaldehyde is highly toxic to dogs and cats and is a common ingredient in some slug and snail pellets (although not all pellets contain metaldyhyde so check the label).

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