Answers to all your veterinary questions

The definition of a veterinarian is a professional who treats diseases, disorders, and injuries in animals. This includes diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care. The individual veterinarian’s scope of practice, specialty, and experience determine exactly what procedures they perform, but most perform surgery.

Once a veterinarian graduates, they are licensed to treat all animals. However, some veterinarians receive additional training to specialize in certain animals such as birds or large animals.

It can be difficult to decide if a pet needs to see a vet, especially since it can be traumatic for your pet to travel, and weekend and late-night issues create special problems. The veterinary experts on are always available to provide diagnosis, guidance and advice.

Connect with a vet online for reliable help

Veterinary Experts on AskOnlineVets resolve hundreds of different kinds of problems for pet owners, such as:  

  • My dog is throwing up yellow liquid. What should I do?  
  • How long to bearded dragons live?  
  • Are there any home remedies for a cat sneezing?  
  • My 5-year-old male Boer goat was fine yesterday, but literally pooped out his insides this morning and has died. What could have happened?   
  • What is this black spot, like a mole on our six-month-old 6 month female Syrian hamster? There’s no fur loss, but the fur is parted in a circle around the spot.  
  • My female Labrador was bred three weeks ago. Today I noticed a hotspot just below her ear. Is it OK to use Derma-vet ointment or I have Fishmox until I can call my vet in the morning?

When you contact a Veterinary Expert on AskOnlineVets, be prepared to give the Expert the following information:  

  • Name of the animal  
  • Size and weight  
  • Animal’s age  
  • Symptoms  
  • Previous problems or issues  

This information will help the vet give you a prompt and accurate answer to your question.