Talk to a vet online with FirstVet

  • Professional vet visits online 24/7
  • Advice and prescriptions (in select states)
  • Unlimited vet visits for a year - $135
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Virtual prescriptions are here

To help cut down your visits to a clinic even more, our vets in select states (NY and NJ) now have the ability to prescribe necessary medications during your virtual visits. To participate in this offering, please read our updated terms and conditions. We’re working on rolling this out to more states in the future!

How it works

1. Download the FirstVet App

Create an account using your email address and cell phone number. Next, you’ll be asked to create a profile for each of your pets.

2. Start a chat with us

Select a case type and start describing your pet’s symptoms and any questions or concerns you may have.

3. Your FirstVet video call

If our vets need to take a closer look, we’ll switch to a video consultation.

4. Get the record sent to your email

After your chat, you’ll get an email with details for your pet’s medical record.


You’re just a click away from unlimited video veterinary advice for your pet.

Single Consultation

  • $65 per consultation
  • Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • No registration fee

6-month Subscription

  • Unlimited access for just $90
  • Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Prescriptions (in select states)
  • Cancel anytime

Annual Subscription

  • Unlimited vet visits for just $135
  • Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Prescriptions (in select states)
  • Billed annually
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It feels good to be prepared. By registering your pet in advance, you can get quick and easy help from our veterinarians when you need it most.

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FirstVet - your online video vet

We provide advice and simple suggestions for things that you can do at home to help your pet. Our vets are here to help with all your pet health questions and symptoms, such as vomiting, diarrhoea, skin problems, first aid, nutrition and behaviour. If your pet needs to visit a vet clinic for an examination or treatment, then you will be directed to your registered vet. If you do not have a registered practice, our vets will help you to find your nearest open veterinary clinic.

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