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Taguig City launched free consultations for pet care online.

In a Facebook post, the city government said that Vet Telemedicine is a “virtual care solution“ for pets.

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Pet owners can make consultations from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at:
(02) 8697 1969 or 09776909069.

The program aims to do consultations right in the comfort of their own homes and avoid having to actually go to a veterinary clinic.

The Vet Telemedicine is like a counterpart program of the Taguig local government that offers free consultation for people online or phone.

The local government of Taguig has been implementing programs that encourage people to remain indoors and only go out for essential errands or to report for work.

Under the general community quarantine, although many restrictions have been lifted, many services are still not available as the establishments that offer them are still not allowed to operate.

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