Picture this: Your pet is sick.
You dragged him into the vet (across town, in the rain) for a full checkup and you were prescribed some medication. It’s five days later, and you’re still not sure he’s well. And now he’s doing this weird thing with his eyelids?
You could call the vet’s office, but the receptionist will probably just ask you to bring him back in so the vet can take a look. That’s another morning off work, another quarter-tank of gas, and another semi-traumatic experience for your pet. What do you do?
There’s a better way to talk to a vet.
Vetted PetCare is revolutionizing (no, really, revolutionizing) the pet owner/veterinarian relationship. If you ask us, there’s no reason it has to be so complicated in the first place! We’re a completely mobile veterinarian service out of Los Angeles staffed by experienced, friendly vets.
When your pet is sick, the last thing he wants to do is make a pilgrimage to the vet’s office. He’s not feeling well…he doesn’t need the excitement of other animals’ pee and the anxiety of that cold metal table.
That’s why Vetted PetCare vets come to you.
We know how inconvenient it is to transport your pet when he’s sick. We also think it shouldn’t require an act of Congress to get your vet on the phone. You have questions! That makes sense because, well…you’re not a vet.
All Vetted appointments come with unlimited Q&A capabilities. That means once your vet leaves your home, you can still shoot her questions like, “Was I supposed to give Rex the medication with or without food?” (Answer: With!) or “Is it normal for Chanel’s toenails to be green?” (Answer: Uh…no.)
You’ll also be privy to a new kind of pet care you can thank the almighty Internet for: Video Follow Ups. During video a video follow up with the vet who treated your pet, you can show her specifically what’s worrying you and let her see how your pet is doing with her own eyes.
Isn’t that revolutionary?
There’s a better way to talk to the vet. It’s easier, it’s more convenient, and in the end, it provides more consistent, holistic care for your pet. At Vetted, we know the “should I or shouldn’t I?” struggle of determining when to bring your pet in. That’s why we’re giving you more options.