Senior Dog Virtual Consultations
Looking for a senior dog focused veterinarian? Look no further.
Senior dogs are a special breed. Trust us. We get it. That's why we've assembled a team of senior dog focused veterinarians to help you and your senior dog via videochat consults. Launching in September 2021. Learn more below.
How we can help.
Introducing Senior Dog Telehealth Consults
Senior Dog Health gets complex and many pet parents find they want more time with veterinarians then what they usually get in exam rooms. That's where we can help.
Though we can not (and never will) replace your pet's in person veterinarian, our veterinarian's are prepared to help guide you on how you can give your senior dog their overall best health. We can review medical records and provide you with some insight and recommendations for your pet. Learn how it works below.
Consultations with our Senior Dog Focused Vets
We offer two types of consultations with our veterinarians.
Senior Dog General Health Consultation ($250)
a 45 minutes teleadvice consultation with a senior dog focused veterinarian
a Consultation Summary with Recommendations emailed to you within 48 hours of your consult
Two follow up emails within one week of initial consult
Quality of life consultation ($150)
Up to 30 minute consult with a veterinarian on quality of life and end of life decisions
One follow up email within one week of initial consult
What We Address
+ Discussing your senior dogs medical conditions, questions related to these conditions and general recommendations and information about commonly used medications and monitoring
+ Dietary recommendations for regular diets and treats+ Senior dog proofing your home for those dogs with reduced vision, mobility, and sight
+ Quality of life and end of life concerns. Discuss euthanasia and how to make the right decision
+ Recommendations for at home care of senior dogs and products/systems to enhance their life
+ Any other general questions related to the care of your senior dog that you did not have time to discuss with your primary veterinarian.