Animoscope launches Veto-Check an online service to analyze the symptoms of your dog or cat

Illustration : "Animoscope lance Veto-Check un service en ligne pour analyser les symptômes de votre chien ou chat" © Animoscope

Through its free symptom analysis tool, Animoscope will help you identify the possible condition from which your dog or cat suffers, namely if it requires an emergency consultation and refer you to a veterinarian. Very useful in this period of confinement.”

Following the recommendations of the National Order of Veterinarians in this context of the Covid-19 pandemic, free access to healthcare facilities has been suspended. Veterinary consultations by telephone are now preferred to allow the specialist, depending on the symptoms described by the owner, to decide whether or not to examine the animal.”

Animoscope, a digital platform expert in animal welfare, is part of this logic, while offering other possibilities. Launched at the beginning of the year, it could not have fallen better. It offers, in fact, a free and fast online tool for symptom analysis, designed by veterinarians and called Veto-Check.”

The principle is simple: by going to the site, you click on Analyze the symptoms of your pet, specify if it is a dog or a cat, find a short questionnaire on the signs observed in your pet.”

The tool then indicates the most likely condition it suffers from, the time within which it should be examined, the veterinary costs to be expected, as well as the probable causes of the disease. Véto-Check can then refer you to a veterinarian for a consultation in the clinic, by phone, in video call or at home.”

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Of course, Veto-Check does not replace veterinary consultation or diagnosis. This is also recalled at different stages of the questionnaire. It has been designed to help pet owners assess the degree of urgency regarding the state of health of pets and the need for veterinary care. In summary, they guide you to the action to take with regard to the symptoms that worry you in your pet.”

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