Skip the stress of the vet — get flea & tick treatment from home

Starting from $6/month.

  • Unlimited vet visits and follow-ups
  • Prescriptions delivered free to you
  • 100% licensed veterinarians

How to spot flea and tick issues

Even though cats can’t talk, there are a number of ways you can tell there’s a problem.


Some scratching is normal for cats, but If your cat is scratching regularly, it could be due to an allergic reaction to flea saliva. In addition to causing serious discomfort, fleas can also infect your cat with tapeworms, Bartonella (also known as cat scratch fever or Carrión’s disease), and other flea-borne illnesses that can be serious. A Dutch vet can create a custom treatment plan for your cat to help you get rid of the fleas, prevent future problems, and relieve the itching.

Red bumps or scabs

If your cat’s allergic to flea bites, you may find red bumps or scabs on their body. And because fleas and ticks both suck blood, your cat may get scabs even if they aren’t allergic to the bites. Fleas and ticks can both cause feline infectious anemia, which can be deadly, so prevention and treatment are extremely important. Our virtual vet team is here to help with quick access to advice and prescriptions whenever you need it.

Hair loss

In cases of a severe flea allergy, your cat may have small or large bald patches, typically due to overgrooming the area. This is especially common around the low back or tail. The licensed veterinarians at Dutch can prescribe flea treatments to eliminate your cat’s uninvited guests as well as medications to help soothe their irritated skin for long-term relief.

Tiny black specks or visible fleas

If you run your fingers or a flea comb through your cat’s fur, you may see fleas themselves or tiny black specks (aka flea dirt), which is actually flea excrement. Fleas tend to prefer the back part of pets, especially by the tail, so start looking in this area. If you find evidence of fleas on your cat, one of our online vets can prescribe a monthly medication to kill off the critters and prevent future infestations — without you having to leave home.

Visible tick

Have an outdoor cat? Check them for ticks regularly by running your fingers through their fur and feeling for small round bumps. Ticks can carry diseases which can cause ongoing health issues for your cat. Our licensed veterinarians are available online to guide you on what to do if you find a tick on your cat as well as prescribe medication to prevent fleas and ticks in the future.

How it works

  • 1. Choose your subscription plan

    Choose an annual or monthly membership plan with Dutch to get started.

  • 2. Online vet visit

    Pick a time and get care from a licensed vet from home.

  • 3. Prescriptions shipped free to you

    We’ll create a treatment plan to help your pet and deliver it direct to you.

  • 4. Ongoing care & follow-ups

    We’ll keep track of how your treatment plan is going & you can follow up as much as needed.

Prescription treatments, delivered to you

Help your cat live a healthier, happier life with expert vet care — wherever you are. With Dutch, you can connect with a licensed veterinarian online anytime and have prescription and over-the-counter medication shipped free to your door.

Get customized treatment plans that combine medication, education, vet-designed behavior modification (if needed), and ongoing care for an array of health issues — starting at just $6/month.

Top products for flea & tick

  • Revolution Plus for Cats - 6 mo. (Rx)

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Frequently asked questions

What is a visit with Dutch like?

When booking a video call with a vet, you'll be asked a few questions about your pet’s health issue. Depending on the issue, you may also be asked to fill out a longer questionnaire about their symptoms and share photographs of them so our veterinarians can better understand what’s going on. You’ll then pick an appointment time that works best for you.

During your video call, one of our licensed veterinarians will talk to you about the symptoms your pet is experiencing, ask you questions, review your pet’s medical history if you’ve provided it, and answer any questions you have. The vet will ask to see your pet and their environment. And they may ask you to perform some simple checks on them if needed.

After your video call, the vet will send you a message with a custom treatment plan to help your pet feel better, including a link to buy any recommended prescription or over-the-counter medications. Place your order and we’ll ship it free.

Who is Dutch for?

Dutch is for dog and cat owners wanting a more cost effective and timely way to handle common pet issues. We eliminate the unnecessary vet visit as well as the stress related to getting your pet to the vet. The Dutch experience is designed to connect you with a vet via video call for general advice and recommended OTC product offerings. In certain states, vets may prescribe medication and therapeutics and our partner pharmacy will ship it right to your door.

What states does Dutch service?

As a Dutch member you can chat directly with a vet in all 50 states and access our OTC products.
If you are seeking prescription medication for your pet we currently offer telemedicine services in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.

We will continue to service additional states in the coming months — stay tuned!