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Can’t get to us?
A trusted vet
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Talk to a top-notch licensed vet online about your pet’s health.

online vet visits

Telehealth

Our experienced veterinarian can help pet owners navigate pet health issues via video call. Ask the vet any questions or concerns you have in regard to your furry family member.

A 20-minute online vet visit is similar to an in-person visit: Our pet experts will ask you a few questions, take a look at your pet, and offer solutions. While we can’t administer medical tests, we can offer pet care advice, prescribe medications, and address your pet health concerns.

Some common pet health issues we can help with over an online vet visit include: upset stomach, itching, rashes, fleas and ticks, heartworm, kennel cough, ear infections, eye discharge, nail injuries, coughing, nasal discharge, weight loss, diets, minor wounds, behavioral issues, separation anxiety, second opinion, general veterinary advice, rechecks, and wellness.

How it works

1. Click the button above to choose a time you and your pet are available for an online vet visit to chat with our pet experts. Fill out the short form and payment information.

2. After booking, you’ll receive an email confirmation from [email protected] with a Google Hangouts video link. You’ll also receive a reminder email one hour before your scheduled appointment.

3. Five minutes before your appointment time, join the video call to ensure you don’t have any technical difficulties.

4. Our vet will take it from there! Ask the vet any pet questions you have and get medical advice you can trust. And, if they prescribe medication, we can ship it to you. 

Want to visit us in person instead? View our pet hospital locations here, and walk in or book online.

If your pet is experiencing one of the following symptoms, please bring them to Bond Vet or another nearby veterinary hospital as soon as possible: Lack of response or unconsciousness, seizures, collapse, bleeding that won’t stop, severe trauma or pain, bloated abdomen, inability to urinate, or shallow or rapid breathing.

URGENT CARE FOR PETS

Better care, right when you need it