PetPace Collar Helps To Improve Pets’ Health And Quality Of Life By Using State-Of-The-Art Technology
Moli, a 4-year-old, spayed female Siberian Husky cross dog who is generally in good health, was injured by a car when she ran onto the road. A PetPace Health 2.0 smart collar that Moli is wearing documented the pain and discomfort following her injury and her subsequent recovery.
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 has received long-term medication for these conditions.
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.
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.
To examine the possibility that her weight loss was due to a caloric expenditure that exceeded caloric intake, Dottie was fitted with a PetPace smart collar to better quantify her activity levels and caloric expenditure.
Pippa, a nine-year-old, 61lb spayed female Labrador Retriever has suffered from Hip Dysplasia from a young age.
Using PetPace collars in the hospital helps us evaluate our patients’ needs and wellbeing. It is one thing to see a hyperactive dog bouncing around, but being able to see objective, accurate data provides us with a more solid ground for clinical decisions, including caloric intake determination.
Revolutionizing Post-Surgery Monitoring for Puppy with Congenital Vascular Disease with PetPace Collar
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
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