LOS ANGELES – Airvet, the #1-rated pet telemedicine platform, just got even friendlier for the 3,500 veterinarians utilizing their platform.

Last week, the company launched an upgraded desktop portal, which now allows the entire staff to conduct video calls with clients right from the office computers, in addition to using a smartphone or tablet.

“This new feature provides more convenience for the veterinary professionals we serve, opening up telemedicine usage to the entire staff, namely technicians and CSRs,” said Brandon Werber, founder and CEO of Airvet. “This means better compliance and an overall improvement to veterinary medicine and the client experience as a whole.”

“We’re thrilled with all the new enhancements Airvet has been releasing,” said Dr. Jen Rokke, VP of Continuous Improvement at Mission Veterinary Partners. “Their team is exceptional to work with and our doctors and teams who use it daily are operating at peak efficiency and we’re getting incredible feedback from clients.”

Founded in 2018, Airvet is the #1-rated pet telehealth app by pet parents in the Apple App Store nationwide. The app allows veterinarians to set their own schedule, respond to consult requests when it is convenient for them, and provides nearly effortless case management and communication with clients and within their own team, including a robust training/resource center.

Airvet features video, text, phone, photo and video uploads, no-hassle digital payments, comprehensive case management and customized consult pricing.

About Airvet

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Airvet is the leading veterinary telemedicine/telehealth platform in the world. With more than 3,000 5-star reviews on Apple’s App Store, Airvet’s cloud-based technology offers a unique telemedicine platform that enables veterinarians and their team members to connect with pet parents via live video, audio and chat. Airvet also includes a robust built-in triage and support community of thousands of veterinarians available 24/7 to pet parents across the country. The app is available on both the App Store and Google Play. For more information, visit www.airvet.com For media-related inquiries, please contact our PR firm at 813.279.8335 or by emailing [email protected]

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