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Dr. Treat

Bringing Pet Health Into The 21st Century

About this Event

Unlike human healthcare, veterinary care has changed very little over the past century. Yet today there are over 135 million cats & dogs just in the US with Millennials and Gen Z pet parents now the largest spenders in the $33.6B vet care market. They are tech savvy and expect care to be delivered in a modern, transparent, and convenient way.

Dr. Treat is completely reimagining veterinary care by building an experience around the needs of the pet and pet parent. They provide highly personalized care for improved pet health, extended pet life, and reduced costs over the pet’s life.  At the core of their operation lies groundbreaking technology developed in-house, powering their clinics and telehealth practice. 

Watch the webinar with Dr. Treat co-founder and CEO, Rakesh Tondon, to hear their plan to become the most trusted and compassionate brand in veterinary medicine.

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