FirstVet joins forces with pet insurer to offer free online veterinary consultations

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FirstVet joins forces with pet insurer to offer free online veterinary consultations

FirstVet, one of the online veterinary consultation providers that launched earlier this year, has joined forces with Bought By Many, a pet insurer.

As a result of the new partnership, customers of Bought By Many will have access to free video consultations with UK-registered veterinary surgeons via the FirstVet app.

In their blurb, the companies say that: "Many common pet health issues can be treated in the comfort of their own home, meaning owners only need to take their pet to the vet when absolutely necessary. Bought By Many customers can save time, money and potential stress to their pet by using the free FirstVet service. When a referral to a local vet is needed, FirstVet provides detailed notes of the initial consultation to both the owner and the vet."

David Prien, FirstVet’s CEO & co-founder, said: "FirstVet couldn't be more excited to offer our veterinary video consultation service together with Bought By Many in the UK.

"From our first meeting with the Bought By Many team, we knew that our values were aligned. We both share a mission to bring the best that technology has to offer both to pet owners and to the veterinary care process.

"Offering pet owners the chance to speak face-to-face with an experienced veterinarian via a video call is a great way to make sure that all pets are getting the right treatment, as fast as possible, in the right location."

For more information on Bought by Many, visit boughtbymany.com/pet-insurance.


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  • presumably when referral to a local vet is needed it will be to the practice that the pet is already registered with? can already see problems with this