All in for pet parents.

Extend your family benefits to support every pet parent in your organization with virtual pet care and emergency protection.

Your growing parent population.
Pet parents.

  • 70% of all US households and 76% of millennials have a pet.
  • 1 in 3 Employees and nearly 1 in 2 Gen-Zers added a pet to their family during the pandemic.

Pet parents want family benefits, too.

  • 48% of millennials and 71% of Gen Z employees plan to reach out to their employer requesting pet benefits.
  • 40+% of millennials are delaying or not having children, making other family-friendly benefits less valuable to the largest generation group in the workforce.

Better pet health care is good for your benefit strategy and your business.

Attract and retain the best pet parent talent to compete in today’s dynamic labor market.

Inclusive and equitable benefits

  • Family comes in all shapes, sizes, and breeds. Organizations today need to offer the best benefit packages that account for all employees’ priorities and values.
  • Onsite, remote, and hybrid team members all benefit from pet telehealth as a benefit that works in all locations.

Employee wellbeing

  • Research shows that the bond between people and their pets can increase physical activity, lower stress, and decrease loneliness and depression.
  • Other studies point to fewer (human) doctor visits, increased self-esteem, and better sleep.

Employee productivity

  • Pet-friendly employers have seen 61% of employees more willing to come to work, 41% stay at work later, and a 42% increase in productivity.
  • Average time spent at the ER or urgent care is 6-8 hours. With telehealth, many situations can be resolved in 10 minutes without leaving home.

More accessible and affordable pet care.

24/7 access to licensed veterinarians with a tap

Airvet covers up to $3,000 per year for a life-threatening emergency vet hospital visit

Save employees time and money and provide peace of mind through access to experts.

Access to quality pet care is more difficult than ever before.

50% of pets don’t have a primary veterinarian.

~6-8 weeks to get a vet appointment.

1 in 3 pet parents say access and affordability are barriers to care.

Airvet provides the right level of care at the right time.

Unlike pet insurance, which only helps offset pet care expenses, Airvet can reduce or eliminate avoidable costs altogether with the support of trusted veterinarians and hassle-free access to emergency funds.

Pet parents use Airvet for:

Preventative pet health

Get recommendations on the vaccines, exams, labs, and preventative care you should keep up with.

Routine pet care

Have a trusted advisor and expert to guide important day-to-day care needs like nutrition, weight management, flea & tick, allergies, and managing anxiety.

Urgent care and emergency protection

Get answers and help with next steps from a vet expert when unexpected issues pop up.

Behavioral and emotional health

Get tips or resources to handle your pet’s peculiarities, like barking, jumping, managing aggression, or other training & behavioral issues.

The benefits of Airvet for your employees

Our solution is centered around your people and their pets.

Affordability

Employees save thousands by getting routine care and advice virtually, and can avoid the high costs off-hour visits. Avoiding a single urgent care or ER visit can save $1,000+.

Accessibility

Airvet is always on call, 24/7. Licensed vets via on-demand video in less than a minute, no appointments necessary. Minimize stress on pets and parents by eliminating the need for car rides and waiting room anxiety.

Protection

Provide peace of mind from an expert to answer care questions, big or small, without judgment. Airvet gives your people the confidence to be the best pet parents possible and financial protection in a worst-case scenario.

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