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Dedicated 30 mins with a vet

Instant prescription & pet health report

Free delivery on medicines purchased

Our journey so far


Average rating from 1800+ reviews


Pets feel better within one week


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Meet our team of vets

About our Chief vet : Dr Shantanu

Rescuing wildlife, saving sea turtles, releasing elephants into the wild and performing life saving operations on dogs and cats - It’s just a Tuesday for Dr. Shantanu Kalambi. A man who has dedicated his life to the welfare of animals, Dr. Shantanu has over two decades of experience in working with animals.

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Success stories

We and our little rescued bird are really grateful to you. She is much better since we consulted you. It would be a pleasure to recommend you to our other animal lover groups. Thankyou supertails

TJ Mukherjee

Pet parent of Jhuttu

I found our best and Google found his perfect healer and curer in Dr. Archith Sridhar. We are utmost grateful and appreciative of his patience and the hope that he’s given us with his treatment and therapy.

Vidhi Arya

Pet parent of Google

The doctors are so very systematic and friendly, i believe as though i have a family vet for my young Bosco, someone i can reach out to anytime despite the distance.

Niketa Bakshi

Pet parent of Bosco

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Frequently asked questions

What can I expect from Supertails online vet consultation?

When you book an appointment, you have the comfort to select a time of your choosing. After booking an appointment, 1. You will receive a confirmation email with the appointment details 2. A patient coordinator will reach out to you through a call or message 3. Fill up the form shared by the coordinator with the basic information on your pet 4. Speak to your veterinarian through Google Meet.

How do I trust the efficacy of an online vet consultation?

Our vets are rigorously trained to provide you with the best experience and treatment. With an average rating of 4.9 in 10k+ consultations, and an extremely high recovery rate, our online consultations are as good as they can be.

What happens after consultation with the vet?

Once your session with the vet is complete, we’ll share the post consultation kit with you. This includes 1. Medical records, treatment plan and prescription 2. A complimentary pet health report 3. Complimentary 10% off and free delivery on medicines purchased

Does my pet need to be around during the consultation?

Yes, it is recommended to keep the pet available in the same room, and be ready to help the vet examine visually, if needed.

In case of an emergency. What do I do?

In an emergency, we recommend that you visit the closest veterinary hospital or clinic where a veterinarian can physically examine your pet, and time-sensitive treatment can be started.

I have a minor query to ask the doctor. Do I still have to book a consultation?

Yes, minor issues can often be a precursor to a deeper problem. Our vets will be able to identify any issues that are ongoing, and provide you with an optimum solution. Additionally, you can chat with a vet for an initial assessment.

What kind of pets do Supertails vets treat?

Our vets are trained to treat any species or breed of pets, including but not limited to dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, and even fish.

My pet is difficult to handle. How will I medicate it at home?

Don’t worry, our vets will be able to provide you with multiple ways to medicate your pet appropriately. We will also share informative videos that will guide you through the basic medication protocols.