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. Licensed veterinarians* to help you manage your pets health.
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 telehealth consult
Vetster has online vets available 24/7. We're here to help answer your questions, provide teletriage service, and help you with next steps for your pet.
Simple, easy-to-use care solution from the comfort of your home
Using Vetster makes it easy for you to see a vet from the comfort of your own home. With Vetster you and your pet can be stress free!
Video chat appointments will be facilitated with a veterinarian licensed in Canada, the United Kingdom or the US. Prescriptions and diagnosis are not available.
What can virtual vets help you with?
Vets in Canada, United Kingdom and the US can talk you through a variety of health issues and offer guidance for taking care of your pet. Vetster veterinarians can work with new and existing patients to understand health and wellness issues, and in some cases they may suggest over-the-counter products, or provide you with peace of mind knowing your pet is in good hands.
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.
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