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EZ Vet Pet Health Care Kiosks- revolutionizing the pet care industry

Routine Pet Exams- What you need to know and where you can go

We all know that preventing disease or catching it in its early stages is far better than treating it once it has had time to progress to a more severe stage. Preventive health care on a regular basis will help you do just that- prevent and save you and your pet from needless suffering and a larger financial burden. Here are some preventive measures you can take to keep your pet healthy.

Routine Pet Exams

Just as annual physical exams are recommended for humans, they are recommended for our pets as well. If your dog is older or has medical problems, he may need even more frequent examinations. A year is a long time in a dog’s life. Assuming our pets will live to their early teens, receiving a yearly exam means they will only have about thirteen exams in a lifetime. That is not very many when you think about it.

During your pet’s annual physical exam you should review these aspects of your pet’s health with your veterinarian:

  • Vaccination status
  • Parasite control for intestinal parasites, fleas, ticks, mites, and heartworms
  • Dental health – care you give at home; any mouth odors, pain, or other signs of disease you may have observed
  • Nutrition – including what your dog eats, how often, what supplements and treats are given, and changes in water consumption, weight, or appetite
  • Exercise – how much exercise your dog receives including how often and what kind; and any changes in your dog’s ability to exercise
  • Ears and Eyes – any discharge, redness, or itching
  • Stomach and intestines – any vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, gas, belching, or abnormal stools
  • Breathing – any coughing, shortness of breath, sneezing, or nasal discharge
  • Behavior – any behavior problems such as barking, ‘accidents,’ or changes in temperament
  • Feet and legs – any limping, weakness, toenail problems
  • Coat and skin – any hair loss, pigment changes, lumps, itchy spots, shedding, mats, oranal sac problems
  • Urogenital – any discharges, heats, changes in mammary glands, urination difficulties or changes, neutering if it has not already been performed
  • Blood tests – especially for geriatric dogs, those with medical problems, and those who are receiving medications

Routine Pet Exams Just Got EASY!

EZ Vet Health Care Station

Through the EZ Vet Pet Health Care Station, a pet will be able to receive a thorough diagnostic examination by a certified Veterinarian.   Utilizing cutting edge diagnostic technology, the Veterinarian will be able to identify and treat many pet health concerns such as dental, dermatologic, ear, eye, and weight, gastrointestinal and neurological conditions.  Pet retail locations can now offer an onsite and accessible veterinarian that is able to recommend and prescribe anti-parasitic medications, specialty/ prescription pet foods, flea and tick preventatives, joint and skin supplements, antibiotics, and much more.
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4 simple steps to a healthy pet

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What’s Weighing on Your Pet’s Health?

When’s the last time you weighed your pet?  Like humans, it’s not unusual for your pet to sneak on a few extra pounds over the years. This extra weight can have serious implications for a pet’s overall health. That’s why it is important to identify what your pet’s ideal weight and actual weight are.  The EZ Vet- Paw Watchers kiosk is the original pet scale kiosk that allows pet owners to evaluate if their pet is at a healthy weight, and will educate on ways to prevent pet obesity and offer solutions to correct the problem if needed.

Pet obesity is a serious issue in the United States, and growing.  Pet obesity rates continued to increase in 2012, and with the number of overweight cats reaching an all-time high. The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) found that 52.5% of dogs and 58.3% of cats are considered overweight or obese by their veterinarian. That equals approximately 80 million U.S. dogs and cats that are overweight, and now have an increased risk for weight-related disorders such as diabetes, osteoarthritis and hypertension.  The EZ Vet- Paw Watchers kiosk offers a convenient way to help monitor a pet’s weight to make sure they do not fall into this growing trend.

ez vet paw watcher kioskMany pet owners have no idea, or want to admit, that their pet is overweight. They may guess their 9 pound Chihuahua is 2-3 pounds overweight and not think it’s a big deal.  But those 3 little extra pounds is approximately 33% of their body weight.  Can you image carrying around 33% extra weight? Many pet owners simply don’t know what the healthy weight range is for their pet’s breed, gender and age or understand why it is so important.  The EZ Vet- Paw Watchers kiosk utilizes interactive cutting-edge technology to easily gather specifics about the pet and then generates a personalized free pet weight analysis.

EZ Vet launched the Paw Watchers kiosk concept in South Florida in 2013 and have several locations scheduled throughout the US for 2014. A clinical version will also available in 2014 for use in veterinary practices and animal hospitals. Paw Watchers is more than just a useful tool for monitoring a pet’s weight- it offers responsive marketing.  The Paw Watchers kiosk is also a great tool for retailers and veterinarians with its automated email and texting system, data capture and analysis and instant coupon generation to promote product and service sales.

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