TeleVet was founded in 2015 and spent the majority of our first year researching veterinary healthcare by chatting with vets and pet owners. What we found was surprising.
Veterinarians are receiving texts, emails, and phone calls regularly
from friends and family wanting to know how to help their pets. Since
vets are awesome, they often respond to these with how best to help.
Unfortunately, these interactions are unmanaged, not monetized, and
On the other side, pet owners today now expect app services that can provide them with convenience straight from their mobile device (Uber! Teladoc! PayPal!). Without mobile services, pet owners are becoming increasingly frustrated when their pet is sick or injured leading them to Dr. Google for healthcare.
Realizing these challenges, we found an opportunity to better connect pets with their vets in a convenient and exciting way through our remote healthcare application, TeleVet.
Our team is comprised of veterinarians and technology geeks with a mission to make animal healthcare convenient, affordable, and more widely available.
We are committed to continually improving our customer experience through ongoing product innovation and outstanding service and support. We appreciate your interest in TeleVet and invite you to contact us to learn more!
Jeff Carpenter is the current Chairman of AcademicWorks - a scholarship management platform education technology company, based in Austin, TX. Jeff is also the former CEO of PeopleAdmin, Inc., a company he co-founded in late 2000 to help institutions of higher education and government offices manage their HR functions. Jeff earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Ken Parker is a successful technology entrepreneur. In 1998 he co-founded RiskMetrics Group, a financial technology company which was acquired for more than $1.5 billion in 2010. In 2011, Ken co-founded NextThought, an education technology company that makes education more effective and accessible. Ken also serves on a number of boards at Oklahoma Christian University and University of Oklahoma.
Terry is the Vice President for Research and Strategic Initiatives and a Professor of Veterinary Surgery at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ. She is the author of the veterinary textbook "Small Animal Surgery," considered to be a definitive resource on the topic. Her extensive experience in veterinary medicine and surgery, research, and innovative development makes her an invaluable adviser.