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The Protector Plan: Pet Insurance Meets Virtual Vet Care

Learn about Dutch’s Protector plan, the first offering to combine virtual vet care and pet insurance.
Alternatives To In-Person Clinical Practice: Telemedicine As A Solution To Vet Burnout
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Alternatives To In-Person Clinical Practice: Telemedicine As A Solution To Vet Burnout

Learn how telemedicine tackles burnout within the veterinary industry.
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Dutch’s Pillars Of Care For Providing The Highest Quality Telemedicine

Pet parents have been increasingly finding it difficult to access in-person vet care, leading to a rise of pet telehealth services, like Dutch. Our core mission is to provide positive medical outcomes for pets with true telemedicine, not just advice — while improving access to care throughout the country. In order to do this, we’ve established guiding pillars to ensure telemedicine can meet or exceed the standards of in-person care. Our pillars of care Pillar 1 - Quality of care The Dutch platform features 100% licensed vets for all medical care Dutch partners with board-certified specialists in behavior, dermatology, and...

How Telemedicine Works At Dutch
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How Telemedicine Works At Dutch

While many people are now familiar with virtual care for their own health due to the pandemic, far fewer people have experience with pet telehealth. As the current vet shortage crisis has led to long waits and long drives for in-person appointments, more people have begun turning to virtual vet clinics to get fast relief for their pets’ health issues. But not all virtual veterinary practices work the same way. From who provides your pet’s care to whether prescriptions are available, there’s a lot to consider when choosing a pet telehealth service. As a pet parent myself, I know how...

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Our First Year In Review

Discover Dutch’s progress in our first year.
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It’s Time For Big Solutions To The Vet Shortage Crisis

During a hectic family dinner in July of 2021, my Corgi, Eddie, got into a bag of trail mix that fell on the floor. By the time I realized it had chocolate and raisins (two things that could kill a dog), he had already devoured half the bag. I frantically called vet after vet. They were all too busy. One vet’s office suggested I call a pet poison hotline, where I spent $75 to have someone tell me I needed to take Eddie to an emergency vet. Back to square one. Out of sheer desperation, I drove to an emergency...