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The Vetster Pet Connection is a curated collection of pet lifestyle articles, company blog posts, industry opinions and expert research.
Blog · Company & culture
Vetster wins Pet App of the Year for second consecutive year at 2023 Pet Innovation Awards
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve once again been recognized as “Pet App of the Year” by Pet Innovation Awards — an independent recognition platform highlighting the most innovative companies, services and products in the pet care industry.
Can cats get carsick?
Dealing with a carsick cat is never fun. However, there are ways to help your cat’s upset stomach when traveling. If you are concerned about how car rides might affect your cat’s tummy, read on to learn...
Why your dog is trying to eat grass: Debunking the myths
Dogs often gobble up grass, leaving pet parents scratching their heads in confusion at the odd behavior. Dog owners everywhere often wonder if eating grass is a behavior in need of correction or a symptom of an underlying health concern.
Vetster expands telehealth platform with personalized nutrition services for your pet!
Today we are excited to announce the launch of Vetster’s new personalized nutrition services. Combining the expertise of licensed veterinarians with a vast selection of therapeutic food, treats and supplements, getting high-quality, vet-recommended nutrition products has never been easier...
Blog · For vets
Proactive care and wellness in the virtual space
Vetster is a great place for pet owners to connect with veterinarians when they have acute needs like sudden GI distress, but it’s also well suited to proactive care and wellness.
Blog · For vets
Nutrition consultations on Vetster
Veterinary telehealth has emerged as a transformative tool in the field of animal healthcare taking on bigger roles in providing care that is not always possible in a traditional clinic environment. Nutrition coaching is quickly emerging as an ideal online service for pet owners - after all, food is its own love language between pets and their owners.
The ultimate guide for traveling with your dog
Traveling with dogs involves many laws, rules, and regulations. Preparing can take months of your time. But, when done properly, it can result in an exciting vacation for you and your dog.
How to prevent constipation in cats
While constipation in people is usually just an annoying, occasional condition that passes on its own, it can be much more serious in cats. It is important for pet parents to learn more about constipation and gut motility so they can spot the signs of a medical concern early.
What to feed a cat with diarrhea
Like humans, cats can occasionally experience bouts of diarrhea and stomach upset that resolve on their own. However, it is important to consult with your veterinarian in cases of recurring diarrhea, when other symptoms are also present, or if the soft stools last longer than a couple of days.
Blog · For vets
Mastering Vetster’s Versatile Prescribing Tools on VetsterRx
VetsterRx is a feature within our service that enables veterinarians to offer prescription and non-prescription medications, diets, and pet-related products to pet owners as part of their virtual experience.
6 tips to keep your dog safe in the summer heat
Extreme heat brings extreme dangers for our dogs, increasing the risk of heat stroke, heat exhaustion, and injuries. In order to keep your furry friends safe, dog owners should learn to recognize the signs of heat stress and how to prevent it.