CHAT WITH AN EXPERIENCED VET DIRECTLY ON YOUR PHONE
For those middle-of-the night emergencies, and everything else, FirstVet helps you navigate the best possible care for your pet. We’ve helped nearly half a million pet parents better understand their pet’s symptoms and direct the best course of action. Our service provides expert advice for situations when you are not sure whether a trip to the vet clinic is necessary.
From the convenience of your own home, a vet can determine whether your pet’s symptoms require a trip to an emergency clinic visit, a non-emergent visit, or whether the symptoms can be triaged at home.
Maybe you’re wondering why your cat has suddenly lost his or her appetite? Whether your dog's vomiting or diarrhea requires immediate treatment? We’re here to help!
REGISTER YOUR PET AND CONSULT A LICENSED VET
By downloading the app and registering your pet in advance, you can quickly get expert help when you need it the most. Signing up is completely free and takes less than a minute.
All of our vets are licensed and have 5+ years of experience. Here are some examples of what our vets can help your pet with:
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Eye and ear problems
- Ingestion of potentially toxic chemicals
- Itching and skin problems
- Coughing and sneezing
- Ticks for dogs and cats
- Injuries and accidents
- Behavioral problems
- Dental care
- Rehabilitation and wellness
- Healthcare advice for horses
We are a global company with over 300,000 satisfied customers today, with 98.5% giving us a positive rating.
SEARCH THROUGH THOUSANDS OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT PETS
You can also search for facts and advice about pets in our knowledge database. If you have your own specific question that you cannot find an answer to, you can submit it and get it answered by our vets, completely free of charge!
Here are some common questions:
- Is chicken dangerous for my dog?
- Can I give my cat regular milk?
- My dog eats grass and vomits - is that normal?
- Is my cat sick if his or her nose is dry?
- Why do rabbits stomp their back paws?
- Should I vaccinate my rabbit?
- Which preventative tick treatment should I choose?