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Create a healthy living plan with Vetster

Spring is often a time for routine wellness examinations as they are essential to maintain optimal health in your pet, to detect early disease detection and above all, they are critical to the overall good health of all pets. A top priority for every pet owner, keeping veterinary clinics very busy this time of year. Unfortunately, most people wait until there is an obvious problem before seeking attention.

If you are unable or if visiting your local clinic is challenging for you, Vetster is here for all your pet health concerns, big or small. It is a simple, easy-to-use care solution from the comfort of your home. You can search resources and find a vet based on your pet’s symptoms and condition. It will save you time and money while helping to keep your pets more comfortable at home. Best of all, we know pet care isn’t a 9-5 concern. Vetster has online veterinarians and RVTs available 24/7, when you need it, which helps you avoid unnecessary trips to the emergency room.

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Create a healthy living plan with a Vetster professional today. From behavioral training, to nutrition, exercise, and weight management – taking a proactive approach in keeping your pet healthy and active through every life stage by checking in with a veterinary professional regularly is the best way to ensure your pet stays healthy.

Vetster is 24/7 on demand online veterinary virtual appointments. Search by location, availability, species, vet profile, treatment and more. Connect with a licensed veterinarian in minutes from the comfort of your own home.

Keep this in your back pocket and use the code SPRINGPET30 for 30% off your first appointment (Valid only until April 1, 2022 – Now extended until May 1).

Get peace of mind, your care will not be compromised.

Synergistically Yours,

Danielle & Sheepdog Riggs

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