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Pet Care in the Age of Telehealth (Part I)

Each year, the veterinary telehealth industry grows 20%.


In 2020, the largest share37.2%of the global pet televet market was taken by North America.


About two-thirds of U.S. households have pets at their homes and invest in their health and wellbeing.


COVID-19 is pushing telemedicine into the spotlight as it can address human and animal health needs during the pandemic.

With intensifying concern around COVID-19, use of telemedicine has become an important way to protect and monitor the health of veterinary patients and veterinary teams.

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

27% of pet owners delayed or avoided contacting their veterinary practice caused by COVID-19 concerns.


The rules and laws which regulate virtual vet services insist on establishing a veterinary client/patient relationship, or VCPR.

Otherwise, the service can’t take the form of telemedicine, as it will be regarded as professional misconduct.


What are the most popular veterinary telemedicine solutions?




In 2020, pet telecare companies were among the fastest-growing companies in the USA.



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