Pet Training and Health Information Service
Every pet parent wants their fur babies to stay healthy and become well-behaved. It is not an easy task. The help and advice from professionals such as vets are necessary. However, pet health care service is expensive, it imposes a great financial burden on pet parents.
According to Petplan, a pet insurance company, the average cost of unexpected veterinary care for dogs and cats is between $800 and $1,500.
Mytheast believes that all creatures have the right to live. Animal health care service should not be a high priced service. It is one of our visions. We provide a PROFESSIONAL BUT FREE pet training and health information service.
Mytheast has been acknowledged by The Hong Kong Trade Development Council, a statutory body in the public service in Hong Kong. Our pet training and health information service includes:
It presents in a simple and concise manner and is easy to understand. The information provided by us is practical experience but not theoretical knowledge.
Prevention is better than cure! You are welcome to ask any questions about how to make your fur babies stay healthy, but not just about how to deal with illness.
* AVOID UNNEEDED CHECKUPS:
Many online vet services are just asking you to go to the vet clinic and it cannot resolve your problems.
Mytheast is dedicated to resolving your concerns and problems. Over 60% of concerns of our users can be resolved digitally. You can avoid the hassle and cost of unnecessary vet visits.
You can buy food, treats and supplies for your fur babies at cheaper prices. It can save over USD $20.
EVERY COMMUNICATION IS 100% HUMAN. NO AI.
You are free to contact our customer service representatives by email. We will do our best to meet all your requirements.
All Creatures On Earth Are Equal
They Have An Equal Right To Live
Mytheast believes that humans do have a duty to serve, protect and care for animals. We hope animals around the world, including your fur babies, do not suffer anymore.
If you agree with our vision, you can join Friends Of Mytheast. A part of the fees will be used for rescuing animals around the world. You are supporting animal protection and promoting animal rights.
We cooperate and support many organization to rescue endangered, homeless and disabled animals around the world. Many of them were on the verge of death but now they stay healthy and get respect and love again. Until now we support rescuing many animals, including:
Booboo gets saved, cured and trained.
Formerly he always barked at others with no reason, but now he is well-behaved.
Kitty gets saved, cured and trained.
Formerly she got cat flu, but now she stays healthy again.
Barry gets saved, cured and trained.
Formerly he was afraid of touch, but now he always shows a smiling face.
Our mission is about to be achieved
One of our missions is to build a world of equality. It is not only the equality between people but also the equality between creatures.
We care for your health too
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This guide is prepared by our team, international professionals and Hong Kong registered healthcare workers who are currently taking care of the coronavirus patients in a hospital. This guide also stems from a broader documentary search that includes material from professional health organizations.
Content is for informational and educational use only. Nothing on this site should be construed as an attempt to offer or render a veterinary opinion or otherwise as engaging in the practice of veterinary medicine. Mytheast disclaims liability for any damages or losses, direct or indirect, that may result from the use of or reliance on information contained within the information.
You also expressly acknowledge and agree that in the case where one of the Pet Experts who is a licensed veterinarian answers your question(s), a veterinarian-client patient relationship will NOT be established, and that our service will NOT be able to diagnose, treat, or prescribe any medication for your pet.