Team of veterinary experts
Instant help and advice whenever your furry friend isn’t feeling so good.
Training tips and more
Whether learning a new trick or addressing an unwanted behavior, we can help with customized training tips and recommendations.
With so many options for dog food, it’s hard to know which one to choose. We can help pick the right food for your dog’s unique needs.
To provide the best level of service, we only open up new memberships a few times a year. Right now for the holidays, we’re accepting new members at a special rate of $9.95/month. Risk-free, cancel anytime.
Ask us about health concerns, grooming, wellness, food selection, and pretty much anything else you can think of… as long as it’s about your furry friend. No question is silly or small.
Help is always just a chat away – even in the middle of the night!
All Pettable memberships are covered by a risk-free, money back guarantee.
If you don’t love it, you can cancel anytime.
“Pettable saved my mornings. I had such a problem with my lab whining and begging for food every morning, it made it so hard to be consistent with meal times. The experts at Pettable knew exactly how to fix it – the behaviour was gone within a week! I go to them with all my questions now, no matter how small. So happy I found them!”
“My Pettable membership makes me feel like a dog supermom! I save so much time going straight to the source for questions about my puppy. They are always so nice and knowledgeable. And that one time Tucker had diarrhea, they told me exactly what to do to take care of him and we didn’t have to go to the vet! Now we’re working on training and it’s so easy because our routine is custom and bite-sized, so it’s not overwhelming.”
“I’m a proud Pettable dog mom. And it’s the best thing I’ve done for my dog, and for myself. I’ve spent countless hours googling trying to choose the right dog food. After a chat with a Pettable expert, I’m now confident that my dog is getting the right food and it’s something we can stick with. I also know what to ask at annual vet checkups!”