$1.2 Million Raised In Seed Funding For Vet24seven

Vet24seven provides veterinary advice to concerned pet owners through their mobile device.

Veterinary consultations can now be made through mobile devices via the Vet24seven app.

Vet24seven/Facebook

Vet24seven announced that their Series Seed 2 funding raised $1.2 million. Life Science Angels and Launch Capital were among the investors, Market Wired reports. Vet24seven had a pilot launch in July 2015 and has since gained attention. It is a free mobile app that allows pet owners to contact veterinarians via live chat or video to consult with them about any concerns they may have for their pets.

"Vet24seven is meeting a great need in the veterinary market by providing a new way for animal owners and veterinarians to engage with each other," said Cal Lai, chief executive officer at Vet24seven, according to Market Wired. "The national interest received from veterinarians in every specialty to join the Vet24seven Preferred Provider network confirms that veterinarians are ready to enter the digital age and engage with current and new clients and patients via telemedicine."

For more information on Vet24seven, visit their Facebook page.

Is Vet24seven (or something like it) something you’d be part of in your practice?

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