online vet appointments.
Vetster connects pet owners to thousands of licensed veterinarians ready to provide the best online vet services through video chat appointments 24/7.
Book with confidence. Your pet will receive care from our licensed online vets.
Convenience for when you have a pet health concern
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.
Here when you need us with 24/7 online veterinary appointments
Vetster has online vets available 24/7, when you need it, which helps you avoid unnecessary trips to the emergency room.
Simple, easy-to-use care solution from the comfort of your home
Using Vetster will save you time and money while helping to keep your pets more comfortable at home.
Don’t let routine pet care costs surprise you.
*Based on a comparison in 2023 showing an average of $1,515 in total costs for pet wellness services and an average savings of $675.Terms and Conditions
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What is veterinary telemedicine?
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.
Discover vets nearby
Vetster is available across the United States. Find a vet nearby, but keep in mind that our vets practice telemedicine virtually over video chat. As long as they're licensed in your state, you're good to go.
New York City132 vet resources
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Houston135 vet resources
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San Antonio135 vet resources
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San Diego205 vet resources
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