Pawssum's new "Vets on Demand" app set to revolutionise the vet care industry

A national app-based vet booking service says Australia’s $3 billion vet industry is on the brink of a significant transformation being driven by increasing demand for flexibility, personalisation and convenience by both vets and consumers. More...

Q&A: The on-demand service benefitting pets and vets

This week we talk to Guy Sharabi, founder of Pawssum, a national app-based vet booking service. Guy recognised that the industry is seeing a casualisation of the workforce, with many of our vets – particularly women – opting to work as locums because of the opportunity that presents in choosing their working hours and earning better rates of pay. More...

New vet app to revolutionise veterinary care

The founder of a national app-based vet booking service has claimed Australia’s $3 billion vet industry is on the brink of a significant transformation being driven by increasing demand for flexibility, personalisation and convenience by both vets and consumers. Pawssum, More...

Sydney startup Pawssum helps pet owners book and manage at-home vet visits

For all the joy they bring, owning a pet can be expensive. For example, the Australian Veterinary Association has found that dog owners can spend more than $25,000, on average, over the average lifespan of a dog. More...

Pet project pays off in virtual veterinarian advice

UNWELL pets no longer need to go through the stress of attending a vet clinic with the new Pawssum app bringing veterinary specialists to the comfort of their home. More...

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Talking Pets with Dr Joanne Righetti and David Prior

Pawssum – Vet Services That Come To You

Come-to-you-at-home services are launching everywhere. There are entrepreneurs and companies building app-based services to take the pain out of booking and doing practically every household task from shopping delivery, takeaway, cleaning, storage solutions and doctors. More...

'At A Click' Pet Care - What's New In Pet Related Apps?

‘Pawssum’ deserves a special mention, not only because it is a home-grown (Australian) app, but that it offers a win-win for veterinary practices and pet owners alike. More...