Free Vet Nurse Consults

How we can help

With Buddy, you can video call a registered vet nurse, any time you have a question about your pet. Whether it's dental health, diet, nutrition, behavioural, or just a pet peeve that's been itching away at you. 

Our nurses are here to use their decades of experience to help, so that you don't have to spend endless hours searching for answers online. And best of all, our consultations are completely free, unlimited, and can be booked on the go, or from the comfort of your own home!


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We will walkthrough the types of treatment available and develop a unique plan specifically for your pet. For cats we take into account whether or not they are indoor or outdoor, and if they hunt etc. Whereas, for dogs, we look at where they walk, if they eat things out on walks and their diet.

Diet and Nutrition

Our vet nurses are available to discuss types of diet, life-stage feeding and answer any questions relating to feeding pets. We can even help with nutritional support and create personalised nutrition plans to ensure that your pet is getting the very best diet to benefit them.


There are many factors that can influence your cat or dog's behaviour that we can help with. From over-grooming, stress and inappropriate urination in cats, to separation anxiety in dogs, hyperactivity and more. Our vet nurse will take the time to understand your exact needs.

Puppy and Kitten

Being a first time pet parent comes with many challenges, which is why our vet nurses can support you from the very beginning. Whether you need help settling your furbaby into their new home, tips on what to expect and do, or advice about food, parasites, socialisation, exercise and play! 

Weight Clinics

Pet obesity is on the rise in the UK and it can cause a whole range of complications from heart disease to breathing problems, and even cancer. With the help of our vet nurse, we can help you with managing safe and controlled weight loss or gain, to ensure your pet is as healthy as can be.

Fussy Eaters

Naturally, it can be very frustrating, not to mention concerning, if your pet is a picky eater. Thankfully, our vet nurses can help with expert tips and tricks for pawrents struggling to get their dogs or even cats, to eat their meals well. With our help they'll be chowing down in no time!

Dental Health

Dental disease in cats and dogs is one of the most common medical conditions seen by vets throughout the UK. If left untreated, it can lead to more severe and painful issues, therefore it's important that it is addressed. Our nurses can help you with preventative care for dental wellbeing.

Senior Pets

As our pets get older, their needs change. Our nurses can help you adjust, and guide you on how to accommodate your pet with any changes as they age. During these sessions we will look at diet, lifestyle changes and supplements to keep them healthy, happy, and comfortable.


Whether you have a cat or dog, different breeds have different needs! That's why its important to ensure that your pet is getting the correct amount of exercise. Book a consult with our vet nurse to discuss the different types of exercise and discover if your pet needs more or less. 

Skin Health

There are many ways to keep skin healthy and happy from parasite control, shampoos for certain conditions and supplements. If you have a pet that is always itching, licking or chewing at paws and skin, come along for a chat. If you have a really smelly pet we can  help with that too!

Our nurses

Fiona has been a vet nurse for 23 years, working in practices all over the UK before switching to telemedicine. Then we snapped her up and made her our Lead Vet Nurse! She can chat to you about dental health, nutrition, skin issues, behaviour, exercise and weight management. Plus, she can create personalised care plans to support your pet's overall wellbeing.

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Lead Veterinary Nurse

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Fiona Eldridge
Hi! I'm Fiona, Buddycare's lead Veterinary Nurse and I'm here to answer all of your pet related questions dog and cat emoji
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