Vet online is your access (no matter where you live) to an experienced, qualified veterinarian, Dr. Brijesh Raj. Vet Online is a platform for you to access veterinary advice for your pet in the comfort of your home.
Who is Dr. Brijesh Raj? He’s a practicing veterinarian in Mumbai for a number of years.
This is a simple 3 step process-
1. Fill in the FORM (OPTION- have the form in line text as below, or the client clicks on the word form which opens up in a new page)
2. Log in for the consult here
3. Book a follow up or as directed by the doctor
What Conditions are easily/ efficiently treated online?
- Skin Conditions
- Dietary Problems (if you think your dog or cat is adversely reacting to a new food or treat- keep a food journal – it will help you maintain a detailed account of your pets dietary problems and adjustments) Weight management
- Basic puppy and kitten assessment
- Ear Conditions
- Minor scrapes and bruises
Best Practices for Pet Care
Consult a vet early – this means do not let a condition become chronic (long standing) before you call a doctor. It is easier on your pocket and your pets system when illnesses and injuries are dealt with immediately. Now, we’re not trying to make hypochondriacs of you! But when dealing with a non verbal patient it is better to seek help early.
Is your new pet recently adopted? Changes in environment, care takers and food can make a dog or cat reject food until it settles in. If you notice a persistent problem, especially a reduced intake of water, do not wait, have the problem resolved before it becomes serious.
How to Prepare for your Online Consult
- Keep your questions ready, if possible a copy of the form you filled in.
- Have your pet with you, preferably in a closed and quiet room. (if this is not possible please keep your pet on a leash near you so they cannot walk away during the consult)
- Sit calmly with your pet about 20 minutes before your session is to begin (it helps the vet to assess a calm patient)
- Do not handle your pet excessively during the consult, it is best to let the Dr see a patient’s behaviour when it is not distracted.