When your dog eats a sock at 9 p.m. on a Friday night, you have very few options. You could take her to the 24-hour emergency vet, but those visits are expensive. You could look online and obsess over whether the advice you find about helping her puke it up at home, DIY style, is at all credible. Or you could just cross your fingers and hope that this, too, shall pass.

A new subscription service is designed to lend a hand in stressful pet-related situations like this, as Fast Company reports. Fuzzy Connect provides a direct line to a veterinarian 24/7 for $10 a month.

The smartphone app offers an unlimited live chat through which you can send videos, photos, and texts to get help with whatever pet-related issue you have. Though the vets on staff will definitely help you figure out what to do if your cat ate a string or your dog ate an entire chocolate cake, the service isn’t just for emergencies. You can chat with a vet about your pet’s diet, house-training issues, or vaccinations. You can even ask broader questions, like what paperwork you need to take your dog out of the country.

If you're in the San Francisco Bay area, you can also take advantage of the Wellness plan, which includes two in-home vet checkups a year, a medication mailing service, and basic vaccines for $39 a month.

If you’re a fairly relaxed person with a pet who doesn’t go around eating strange objects on a regular basis, Fuzzy Connect might not be that worth it, especially if you already pay for pet insurance. But if you’re a neurotic cat dad or dog mom whose beloved friend often gets up to no good, having a professional on hand for reassurance and guidance might not be the worst investment.

[h/t Fast Company]