Frequently Asked Questions

Dr. Mark Feltz, CEO of VetNetworkQuestions about our veterinary hospital site web hosting, marketing, or maintenance services? You can find most of your answers here in our FAQs section:

How do I contact VetNetwork for veterinary website services?

You can call VetNetwork by using our toll free number 800-564-4215. You can also contact us online.

Can I have my own veterinary site domain name?

For no additional charge, we will register a domain name of your choice. We strongly recommend that you have your own domain name. This will enable your website to have a convenient URL of (Example: If the name of your animal hospital is Kindness Animal Hospital, you can choose any name - or or The list of choices is endless.)

What will my email address be?

Your email address will be (if you have your own domain name) or your email may be forwarded to your current email address. (Example: If you are Dr. Smith at Kindness Animal Hospital, you can choose any username - or or The list of choices is endless.)

What if I want to update my vet website with new info?

VetNetwork will make minor updates to your website as often as you like at no additional fee. Major updates are a nominal fee.

How will VetNetwork's services for my veterinary clinic increase my revenue?

With one of our professionally designed websites, combined with our proven SEO services, pet owners looking for veterinary services in your community and beyond are guaranteed to see your practice at the top of the page when they search for a veterinarian. Our more comprehensive digital marketing packages, which include blog articles, Facebook and Twitter posts, and online reputation management, further create value by establishing an on-going dialogue with your clients, bringing them through your door regularly for wellness exams, dental check-ups, preventive medications, pet food, and more. With our marketing services, pet owners in your area will see your hospital as a comprehensive source for all their veterinary needs and see you and your staff as valuable resources and true partners in the health and well-being of their pet.