Case Studies

Learn how to monitor your pet’s health and as a result, you’ll have a happy and healthy pet!

THE PETPACE COLLAR IN ACTION: QUANTIFYING ACTIVITY AND CALORIC NEEDS

Patient Condition and History Dottie, a 16lb, five-year-old spayed female Boston Terrier, was boarding at VetCare Harris Animal Hospital in Tampa, Florida. Her caregivers at the hospital noticed a gradual weight loss during her stay, despite her good health. To examine the possibility that her weight loss was due to a caloric expenditure that exceeded

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THE PETPACE COLLAR IN ACTION: NON-INVASIVE, CLOSE MONITORING OF PUPPY WITH CONGENITAL VASCULAR DISEASE

Patient Condition and History Kira, a five-month-old female Husky puppy weighing 10 pounds, was presented to the Herzliya Veterinary Hospital in Israel owing to repeated regurgitations and weight loss. Following an extensive work-up she was diagnosed with a rare congenital vascular anomaly called PRAA. PRAA, short for Persistent Right Aortic Arch, is a congenital anomaly

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THE PETPACE COLLAR IN ACTION: TREATING HEART DISEASE IN THE HOSPITAL AND BEYOND

Patient Condition and History Chester, a 10-year-old, 43lb, male American Cocker Spaniel, was presented to MediVet Warbreck House Veterinary Centre in Liverpool, UK, after suffering from weakness, lethargy and labored breathing for 24 hours. Chester’s medical history included Chronic Kidney Disease (IRIS stage 2), Hypothyroidism, Hypertension, Anterior Cruciate Repair, and recurrent Otitis (ear infections). He

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The Petpace Collar in Action: Early detection of hyperthyroidism in cat

Patient Condition and History Mya, a 14-year-old spayed female weighing 13lb, is an indoor-only, domestic shorthair cat who had no known medical problems. Carol Pipher, Mya’s owner and a veterinary technician from Southern Tier Veterinary Associates animal hospital in Vestal, NY, placed a PetPace collar on her for routine screening. Monitoring Data and Medical Exam

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New Biometric Study Proves Scientifically Designed Music by Pet Acoustics Calms Cats

NEW YORK, March 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — There are over 95 million cats living in households in the United States. Feline behavioral stress is triggered by their acute sensitivity to sounds in the environment. Cats can hear from 40Hz to 85,000 Hz which is more than three times higher than human hearing. To modify behavioral stress in cats, Janet Marlow,

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Using Continuous Pulse Measurements to Control a Hyperactive Dog

  Tessa is a four-year-old Border Collie who lives on a farm where sheep are raised – ostensibly an ideal setting for a breed that excels in herding sheep. However, Tessa is not an ordinary Border Collie. As a young pup, she suffered an emotional trauma during airline travel, which made her an anxious adult.

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Early detection of hyperthyroidism in an asymptomatic cat

Patient Condition and History Mya, a 14-year-old spayed female weighing 13lb, is an indoor-only, domestic shorthair cat who had no known medical problems. Carol Pipher, Mya’s owner and a veterinary technician from Southern Tier Veterinary Associates animal hospital in Vestal, NY, placed a PetPace collar on her for routine screening. Monitoring Data and Medical Exam

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TREATING HEART DISEASE IN THE HOSPITAL AND BEYOND

Patient Condition and History Chester, a 10-year-old, 43lb, male American Cocker Spaniel, was presented to MediVet Warbreck House Veterinary Centre in Liverpool, UK, after suffering from weakness, lethargy and labored breathing for 24 hours. Chester’s medical history included Chronic Kidney Disease (IRIS stage 2), Hypothyroidism, Hypertension, Anterior Cruciate Repair, and recurrent Otitis (ear infections). He

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QUANTIFYING ACTIVITY AND CALORIC NEEDS

Patient Condition and History Dottie, a 16lb, five-year-old spayed female Boston Terrier, was boarding at VetCare Harris Animal Hospital in Tampa, Florida. Her caregivers at the hospital noticed a gradual weight loss during her stay, despite her good health. To examine the possibility that her weight loss was due to a caloric expenditure that exceeded

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