Vetster connects pet owners to thousands of licensed veterinary professionals ready to provide online pet care through video, chat and voice enabled appointments 24/7.
Vetster. Where pet health lives.
Browse any available veterinarian or registered veterinary technician. Connect with a qualified professional through video, voice or text.
Whether immediately or for follow-up, connecting through Vetster is as simple as a few clicks. All you need is a computer, tablet or mobile device.
We’re here to help from initial concern to diagnosis and product delivery. Get what you need delivered in two days or less. It’s that simple.
If you are unable or if visiting your local clinic is challenging for you, we're here for all your pet health concerns, big or small.
Vetster is available 24/7, when you need it, which helps you avoid unnecessary trips to the emergency room.
Using Vetster will save you time and money while helping to keep your pets more comfortable at home.
Veterinary telemedicine is the provision of veterinary medicine online, whether through video, voice or text chat. While it can’t replace the need to see your veterinarian in-person, it can provide peace of mind from the comfort of your own home. Telemedicine offers an accessible, affordable way to “see” the vet anytime day or night in the most efficient way.
On the Vetster platform you set your own hours and determine how often you want to work. You will be paid for all completed appointments quickly through our convenient payout processing. We’re here with you every step of the way with our world class customer service. Join our network today and help pet parents provide excellent care for their animals
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As the COVID pandemic continues to surge globally, accessing in-person veterinary care has become increasingly challenging. Pet owners struggle with quarantine and stay-at-home orders as veterinary facilities are juggling an overwhelming volume of new pet adoptions and keeping their teams physically and mentally safe during this crisis.