Medechat Video Consultations

Are you worried about your pet but can't get to the vet clinic? Medechat is a convenient, low stress way to get veterinary advice, anytime, anywhere. Get veterinary advice from a highly qualified VetCheck Vet, when you need it, without leaving your home. Perfect for general and after hours advice, initial consultations or any behavioural issues you are experiencing.

How does it work?

Medechat - Veterinary Care, anytime, anywhere

Booking & Confirmation

Book an appointment online and enter your details. You'll receive a confirmation of your appointment time and a reminder 15 minutes before the time.

Medechat - Veterinary Care, anytime, anywhere

Video Consultation

Join the consultation and have your pet ready to be examined by the Vet during the video chat. You and your vet can share screens so your vet can see any images or video of your pet and you can things like x-rays and blood tests.

Medechat - Veterinary Care, anytime, anywhere

Treatment Plan

The vet will email a summary of the appointment and any treatment plan that should be followed. They will also advise if they recommend an in-clinic appointment.

Speak to a qualified VetCheck Vet right now.
You might even get Dr Moss himself!

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Support the RSPCA & Love your Pet, Love you Vet

Medechat donates 40c from every video consultation on the Medechat platform to the RSPCA Victoria and Love your Pet, Love you Vet. Enjoy the convenience of a veterinary consulation from home and help these charities at the same time.

Medechat - official Love your Pet, Love your Vet Supporter

RSCPA Victoria

As a not-for-profit organisation, the RSPCA Victoria rely on community support to carry out our work with more than 90% of their funding coming from the generous support of the Victorian community. Medechat is proud to be an official business supporter.

Medechat - official Love your Pet, Love your Vet Supporter

Love your pet, love your vet

is leading the way in increasing wellbeing in the veterinary industry, raising awareness and building community support to highlight and address the disproportionately high rate of suicide within this profession, and providing psychological and educational support to these professionals.