Trusted Tools: 24/7 Vet Advice Line
TrustedHousesitters is here to keep pets safe and happy, which is why your membership includes a free 24/7 Vet Advice Line — your direct line to a dedicated team of veterinary nurses.
Providing expert advice for any pet, anytime, anywhere, this trusted tool can help clear up your questions and concerns, and even prevent unnecessary trips to the vets. It’s a great source of support that provides peace of mind to thousands of members, and we want to help you make the most of it…
Unlimited advice anytime, anywhere
Your Vet Advice Line is a 24/7 service here to make sure both owners and sitters always have the necessary knowledge and tools to look after pets. So whether or not you have a current sit, if you have a pet-related question — big or small — just call. And with unlimited access, you can use it as often as you like.
How to use your Vet Advice Line
To use your Vet Advice Line, just call the dedicated phone number on your member dashboard. This will send you directly to a veterinary nurse who will simply ask for your name and how they can help — it’s that easy.
You’ll notice that your Vet Advice Line is a UK phone number, so we recommend using an online service like Skype if you’re calling from another country.
Trusted tip: Who knows when or where you'll next need veterinary advice? Make sure you’re prepared by saving your Vet Advice Line number to your phone today.
How can your Vet Advice Line help?
Every member of the Vet Advice Line team is an experienced veterinary nurse, which means they’re confident discussing all your pet-related queries. From behavioral issues and dietary advice to whether or not a pet may need to see a vet, they can help.
And remember, you can call them as often as you like, day or night.
Any more questions?
While your Vet Advice Line is here to answer all your pet-related queries, your 24/7 Membership Service team is always ready and waiting to help too. So if you have any other questions or need help making the most of your membership, get in touch today.