Telemedicine Appointments

Welcome to District Veterinary Hospital’s telemedicine service with Dr. Julie London. Our telemedicine appointments offer you the convenience of consulting with Dr. London from the comfort of your home, ensuring your pet receives the care they need without the stress of travel.

What to Expect

  • Easy Scheduling: To book your telemedicine appointment with Dr. London, simply click here and select a convenient time.
  • Virtual Consultation: During your telemedicine appointment, you will have a video call with Dr. London, who will assess your pet’s condition, discuss symptoms, and provide recommendations for treatment or further care.
  • Payment: Payment for your pet’s virtual appointment will be collected by Dr. London during the time of your virtual visit.
  • Follow-Up: If necessary, Dr. London may recommend an in-person visit to our clinic for further examination or tests. She will guide you on the next steps to ensure your pet receives the best possible care.

When to Utilize Telemedicine Appointments

  • Minor Health Concerns: If your pet is experiencing minor issues such as mild skin irritations, gastrointestinal upset, or behavioral changes, a telemedicine appointment can be an excellent first step.
  • Follow-Up Consultations: Telemedicine is ideal for follow-up appointments after a recent visit to the clinic, allowing Dr. London to check on your pet’s progress and make any necessary adjustments to their treatment plan.
  • Chronic Condition Management: For pets with chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, or allergies, telemedicine provides a convenient way to manage their ongoing care and adjust medications as needed.
  • General Advice: If you have general questions about your pet’s health, diet, or behavior, Dr. London can provide valuable advice and guidance during a telemedicine consultation.

How to Prepare for Your Telemedicine Appointment

  1. Find a Quiet Space: Choose a quiet, well-lit area where you and your pet can comfortably sit during the video call.
  2. Prepare Your Pet: Have your pet nearby and ready for the consultation. Ensure they are calm and comfortable.
  3. Have Information Ready: Be prepared to discuss your pet’s symptoms, any recent changes in their behavior, and any medications they are currently taking.
  4. Technology Check: Ensure your device is charged and you have a stable internet connection for the video call.

To schedule your telemedicine appointment with Dr. Julie London, please click here. We look forward to providing your pet with the care they need through our convenient and comprehensive telemedicine services.

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