How to Save Yourself a Trip to the Emergency Vet

Can’t tell you how many times over the decades and decades that I’ve lived with my animals that I wished there was a stop-gap measure before having to rush off to the Emergency Vet on nights or weekends. It would have saved me thousands of dollars.

Now there is an online service and app that may just do the trick. Fuzzy is a telehealth service for pet people with 24/7 access to customized pet care and product recommendations from vet professionals.

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While you may not be able to avoid all emergency visits, there is a high likelihood that you can avoid maybe half.

So the next time you have one of these moments where, My dog ate/did what? Instead of rushing to the emergency vet, check in with Fuzzy first. Maybe the headache (and hefty bill) can be prevented with at-home care.

Supplements and products can be purchased as stand-alone and as a subscription, while the 24/7 Live Vet Chat is offered on either a monthly subscription of $24.99, or an annual subscription for $79.99. That’s $216 in saving per year!

You can try their introductory offer. Chat with a vet free for 7 days here.

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