Most veterinary professionals have a repertoire of routine questions they ask each client (e.g “have you noticed any changes?” “is he eating/drinking normally?”) While these questions are necessary, they are highly repetitive, and they... read more
Given that your clients are highly likely to be Facebook Messenger users, you may want to add your Virtual Vet Nurse to Messenger as a text chat interface.
We’ve already set up an integration with Facebook Messenger. Just ask us how to enable this for your Virtual Vet Nurse.
This screenshot from a mobile phone shows a chat between Virtual Vet Nurse and a customer looking to buy anallergenic dog food. It’s seamless way to help your client find the right product, and then for you to make a follow-up product sale (see below).
You can also get your Virtual Vet Nurse to promote your vet clinic ecommerce store – the illustration above is from Storbie.
Adding a chat bot to your ecommerce store is a simple use-case for Virtual Vet Nurse. They can work to promote your products and help clients find what they’re looking for in your shop. It’s also possible to have a Virtual Vet Nurse ONLY in your online store (and not on the rest of your website). Full features list.