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Ask a Vet at PetDocsOnCall

Pet Docs on call allows you access to actual licensed veterinarians who can answer specific questions about your pet’s health!

PetDocsOnCall is designed to be the most professional and trustworthy site for veterinary medical advice and opinions on the Internet.  We have the largest veterinary medical staff anywhere on the web!  Our veterinarians are knowledgeable doctors with active, busy practices and a wealth of real-world experience.  They will help you understand your pet's healthcare needs!

PetDocsOnCall is designed to be interactive.    We know your pet is unique and our doctors can help with specific information rather than generalized pet health knowledge

And finally, PetDocsOnCall is designed to help you learn about your pet.  In addition to a comprehensive Pet Library of free vet advice including: articles, videos and general information; we also have our Community Pet Forums where pet owners can interact with each other, asking general pet health questions.  PetDocsOnCall also allows site visitors to directly ask a licensed veterinarian specific questions about their individual pet’s health.


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Your Pet's New Best Friend - Cod Liver Oil?


You might recall your grandmother regaling you with tales of how a spoonful of cod liver oil every day helped keep her chipper and spry.  Well, as it turns out, Grandma may have been on the right track.   Fish oils, especially those rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, have been shown to reduce risk of heart disease and stroke in people.   And, even our pets are benefitting from this research!   Learn how cod liver oil could just become you pet's newest best friend!!

 


Serious Scams Hurt People and Pets

In grocery store parking lots, on the Internet, or even in your very own barn, unsupervised and unlicensed individuals are providing healthcare services for your animals.  Most people know and trust their licensed, professional veterinarian to handle all their pet's needs, but a few pet owners might chose individuals who call their services "animal husbandry".  Now, some states are even changing laws that allow these individuals to continue their practice.  Learn how veterinarians are trying to protect our pets and what has prompted this increase in animal care provided by a layperson.

Update:  Read about a serious case in Michigan in which a pit bull lost his life because of an unlicensed groomer.