Online veterinary telemedicine platform teams with Vanderpump Dog Foundation

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Airvet, a veterinary telemedicine/telehealth platform, recently announced a new collaboration with The Vanderpump Dog Foundation.

Airvet has pledged to raise $10,000 to support The Vanderpump Dog Foundation’s February rescue efforts and fund life-saving medical care, and will also offer 72 hours of free medical advice to everyone who adopts a dog from The Vanderpump Dog Foundation through 2021.

“There’s so much conflicting information out there about topics like housebreaking puppies, raw diets vs. grain-free, and socialization tools,” aid Brandon Werber, Airvet CEO and Founder in a press release. “On top of that, health problems that pop up along the way all feel urgent. That is especially true if pet parents don’t have a vet yet or if their vet is closed or booked.”

Airvet provides both new and seasoned pet parents access to talk to a licensed veterinarian on a live video call 24/7.

The Vanderpump Dogs Rescue Center of West Hollywood, founded in 2016 by Lisa Vanderpump, is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of dogs to loving homes. Additional information may be found at www.vanderpumpdogs.org or info@vanderpumpdogs.org

Airvet was founded in 2019 by Brandon Werber and his father, celebrity veterinarian, Dr. Jeff Werber.  With 4,500 registered veterinary professionals on the platform nationwide, Airvet has already helped over 100,000 pets. For more information, visit www.airvet.com or download the Airvet app on a smart phone.

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