MyStetho, the Swiss-based online veterinary service founded in 2019, has recently announced the launch of its crowdfunding campaign for the dogs of homeless people in Geneva. This initiative is focused on providing these pets with access to vaccines and consultations for sick and injured dogs. The campaign will pay for pet owners in need to access online veterinary advice, medicine, medical equipment, and dog food to ensure these animals have a better quality of life. Big like from us!
No access to vaccines, no access to annual monitoring, no consultation for a sick or injured pets. This is the daily life of people in trouble in the canton of Geneva.
There is, Jiby, the beautiful 10-year-old Labrador, who can not receive the necessary rabies vaccine boosters because of the financial means of the owner. There's also Chico, the beautiful 10-year-old Jack Russel, who's owner can not afford to consult a veterinarian if he were to develop an illness and get hurt from living on the street of Geneva.
MyStetho is a Swiss startup that supports the health of pets through a 24/7 chat with veterinarians to provide pet advice any time and anywhere
The service also comes with a smart stethoscope. The chat along with the device allows pet owners to exchange text, photos, videos and heart and respiratory audio recordings with veterinarians for analysis.
Thus far, the initiative has assisted over 100 individuals and their furry friends and hopes to reach hundreds more.
Through getting out to the streets of Switzerland and organizing events in the parks and streets of the canton of Geneva, they have helped over 100 + people with their new innovation. The money raised will pay for online veterinary advice, face-to-face veterinary care, medicine or necessary medical equipment and dog food.