GoodPetsPlan promises year-end profits for life-saving veterinary care



The California Virtual Pet Health Society will donate the money to various veterinary care charities in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

GoodPetsPlan, a global provider of veterinary telehealth care and pet health coverage, pledges 100% of all net profits from December 21, 2021 to the end of 2022 to provide lifesaving, emergency veterinary services and others in the United States and Canada. and the United Kingdom.

According to a company statement, in response to the urgent need for urgent and immediate veterinary care for many animals, both domestic and wild, proceeds will go to charities such as the ASPCA, VCA Charities and personal favorite of GoodPetsPlan in the United States, For the Love. From Alex, Inc. In addition to this, the RSPCA, PDSA and Blue Cross (UK emergency veterinary clinics) and other UK charities will benefit from all UK sales.

“The total well-being of your pet and that of our partners was a goal when designing GoodPetsPlan,” says AJ Rey, founder of the company. “This company was not only created to modernize the way we use telehealth for our pets, but to enable us to take this opportunity to provide urgent and critical veterinary care and other much-needed veterinary care. pets of low-income families. “

Virtual health services, such as the 24/7 online veterinary visits offered by GoodPetsPlan, have become a cornerstone for pet parents around the world amid the COVID-19 pandemic . Through its network of over 3,000 licensed veterinarians in the US, UK and Canada, pet owners can also seamlessly plan for their pet’s future health care coverage needs.

Additionally, the company incorporates both a modern and traditional approach to pet insurance and veterinary medicine by providing community funded health coverage with a low maximum monthly payment.

“These have been tough times. I hope 2022 will be a safe and healthy year for all of us, pet friends included. If we can help pet families this coming year and improve the quality of life for them. million animals, hopefully, then that would be my wish granted for Christmas and New Years, ”Rey concluded.

Reference

Not-so-Secret Santa – The virtual California-based pet care leader is pledging 100% of the 2022 profits to life-saving veterinary care. Press release. BonPlan Animals. December 21, 2021. Accessed December 22, 2021. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/not-so-secret-santa—california-based-virtual-pet-care-leader-to-pledge – integer-2022-benefits-to-lifesaving-veterinary-care-301449273.html


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