Virtuwoof, like TeleVet, connects you with your current veterinarian. If yours is not already in the network, you can use the Ask Virtuwoof option for advice and recommendations without a prescription or diagnosis because there is no valid VCPR. The process is as easy as TeleVet. You create profiles for each of your pets, adding information like age and breed. When you need to talk to your vet, click “Start a new visit” on their profile and choose a reason from the drop-down menu of 11 popular options, including “other” for anything not mentioned.
You can see exactly how much your vet charges for new issues, follow-ups, and general inquiries. Virtuwoof says its average response time is between 5 and 10 minutes. I also love that the company donates part of the entrance fee to groups that help animals, as well as to veterinary suicide prevention organizations.
PetDesk is a privileged telemedicine application. Not only does it connect you to your vet via video chat, but it also provides an easy way to keep track of your pet’s medications, appointments, and other needs.
All your pet’s information in one place, including the name and contact information of your veterinarian, preferred animal emergency hospital, and grocer. From the home page, you can view open content, make calls, visit the respective websites and, in some cases, request an appointment directly in the app or initiate a video call.
After creating a pet profile, you can save health records and prescriptions. In the To-Do tab, you can create reminders for your pet to take medicine, stock up on food and supplies, and schedule a check-up or request a notification on their birthday. While you will need to have an in-network vet to make virtual appointments, you can use the service as a free medical dashboard for your pet’s records.