Bringing affordable, comprehensive veterinary care directly to your pets from the comfort of your own home.

What is a Vetr membership?

Routine & Wellness Care

Vetr Memberships include all of your pet's annual wellness needs. We come to your home to provide physical exams, administer core vaccines, and collect samples for all routine testing.


What if my pet needs care that isn't wellness care?

Memberships include unlimited telehealth consultations

While we don't provide emergency care, we can answer non-emergency questions and offer guidance via telehealth. Itchy ears, upset stomach, rash? Our vets can asses and prescribe medication, saving you time and money. Check out the membership details below!

How much does a vetr membership cost?

Less than the average cost of wellness care at a traditional veterinary office

Vetr Annual Memberships

Adult dog

$49.99/month
or $599/year


Adult Cat

$44.99/month
or $539/year

Puppy/Kitten

$79.99/month
or $959/year

All Memberships include:

additional pets only $25 per pet/month

  • In-Home Vet Visits

  • Unlimited Telehealth Services

  • Core, Annual Vaccines

  • Comprehensive Blood Work

  • Fecal Test w/ Giardia

  • Heartworm Test

  • Urinalysis

*additional details below

How does it work?





Who is a good candidate for a membership?

Any pet parent and their pet!

There are many benefits to pets and their parents:

  • The convenience of not leaving your home to visit the vet

  • Mobility no longer an issues for pet parents

  • Anxious pets have a better experience at home

  • Having healthcare providers to answer any questions regarding your pet

  • Budget conscious pet parents who want the most out of wellness care

Interested in joining our team?

We're always looking for exceptional pet healthcare providers as we expand throughout Michigan!

Already a Vetr Member?

Membership FAQs

All Memberships inlcude:

  • In-Home Vet Visits

  • Unlimited Telehealth Services

  • Core, Annual Vaccines

  • Comprehensive Blood Work

  • Fecal Test w/ Giardia

  • Heartworm Test

  • Urinalysis

Details Below

In-Home Wellness Visits

In-home wellness examinations are critical to your pet's health and lifespan. A thorough physical examination and a discussion about your pet's lifestyle and environment are always included in an annual wellness appointment. Additionally, your Vetr vet may advise diagnostic procedures and vaccines. All from the comfort of your home! Memberships include an in-home visit for each pet +1 additional per membership. Puppy/Kitten memberships include 4 visits.

Unlimited Telehealth

Vetr telehealth consultations (email, chat or video) are used to give clients advice on a range of problems and evaluate whether an in-person test is necessary.If a VCPR (veterinarian-client-patient relationship) has been formed, the Veterinarian is able to diagnose or recommend treatments.Please get in touch with your neighborhood emergency veterinary facility if your pet is exhibiting clinical symptoms that need rapid attention, such as difficulty breathing, severe vomiting or diarrhea, or considerable bleeding.

Heartworm Test

Heartworm tests are recommended annually. Treatments are very effective but dogs can still become infected. Missing a dose of monthly medication—or administering it late—can leave your dog vulnerable.

Fecal O&P with Giardia

Fecal tests are used to check for parasites, Giardia and other irregularities in the intestine. Routine fecal testing are included in all Vetr Memberships.

Vaccines

Vaccinations are essential for your pet's long-term health and preventative care. While all pets require the basic vaccinations, additional vaccines can be necessary depending on your pet's lifestyle. Your pet's vaccine schedule can be customized by your Vetr veterinarian, who can also explain the possibilities. Vetr core vaccines include Rabies, Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus. Leptospirosis, Lyme, Boradatella, and Canine Influenza vaccines are available as well.

Bloodwork

A great way to evaluate your pet's immune system is to perform a blood test for a Complete Blood Count (CBC), which displays the quantity of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. If your pet's veterinarian has any concerns about the organ function of your pet, a Blood Chemistry panel may also be recommended. These tests can be useful in the diagnosis of several conditions, including electrolyte imbalances, metabolic disorders, and liver or renal insufficiency. Samples are also tested for tick born diseases and heartworm. Prior to a planned surgical procedure, bloodwork may also be required to ensure that your pet is fit enough for the procedure. Memberships include 1 comprehensive panel per pet.

Urinalysis

Urinalyses are used to evaluate kidney and urinary health and to diagnose problems such as urinary tract infections. Urinalysis tests are included in Vetr Memberships.