Ask a Vet - PocketVet

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Ask a vet

Get answers from vets in minutes with treatment recommendations you can purchase from your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer to be delivered to your door.
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Step 1:

Complete our consultation form

Tell us about your pet's health concern by completing our quick and simple consultation form with the option to upload a photo or video to help our vets assess the problem. If your pet is healthy but you would like a virtual vet check-up or simply discuss your pet's healthcare, simply select 'General health check' on the drop down menu of our consultation form and you will be directed to schedule a video appointment at your convenience.

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Step 2:

Vet response in minutes

Depending on the type of health concern, the vet may ask some questions via our live chat feature or invite you to schedule a video call to perform a virtual examination of your pet. Sometimes a video call is easier for our vets to take a more detailed look at your pet. However if your environment means you're unable to perform a video call, please let them know and they will be happy to cooperate.

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Step 3:

Advice

Once the vet has enough information to advise you, they will provide a written consultation report containing their advice and recommended treatment plan. Our vets always want what’s best for your pets, so sometimes an in-person examination is necessary. In these situations, we will refer you to your local clinic. Nevertheless, our vets are always on hand if you need a second opinion or simply want to pick their brains. No question is ever too small for PocketVet.

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