The good folks at Chewy recognize that the pandemic has changed everything, including vet care. They’ve now introduced a feature allowing you to chat with a licensed veterinarian for free, right from home. To participate, you must be an autoship customer, which means you set up your pet’s food and other items to ship to you automatically on the schedule you choose. The service is available 8 AM – 8 PM, Monday through Friday, for dogs and cats residing in the following states: Connecticut, District Of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and West Virginia.
Once you are an autoship customer, simply sign into your Chewy.com account and navigate to the Connect With a Vet page to get started.
Chewy continues to amaze with excellent customer service, and this is just one more example. Kudos!
My FedEx guy spent a really long time in the truck the other day. I must have given him a funny look when he came out with my very small package because he said, “It never occurred to me to look in the small stuff. I was looking for your Chewy boxes.” Continue reading The Box That Says Chewy→
If you’ve been a long-time blog follower, you may remember my singing the praises of Chewy.com. Not only are they always a little cheaper for items I buy all the time (like hundreds of dollars worth of food for my animals every month), they are also very caring. You may have seen the donations they give to the shelter organizations featured on Animal Planet, like Planned Pethood Plus (Dr. Jeff).
I feel like I should start this post with a disclaimer: I’m not a paid spokesperson for Chewy.com, and I have no connection to the company, other than that I am a customer.
That said, I realize this is the second time I have posted about them, but I keep finding out more about just how cool they are, and I wanted to share this with you. Unlike most companies who are mostly interested in how much money you’re willing to throw their way, Chewy.com appears to really care.