When you graduated in veterinary medicine did you really understand what it would be like to work in this profession? We understand the need for face-to-face consultations, but we are here to present a unique and different way of meeting your clients and their pets. Welcome to the next generation veterinary telemedicine platform. Here we’ll show you all of the functions and benefits our application can bring you, and complete instructions about how it works.
Starting with our solutions for veterinarians: Have you ever thought how easy it would be to remotely control all the information you use? There are apps for every possible need, so we’ve created one specifically to make your working life easier. You can improve connectivity with your clients, enhance the reputation of your practice and book more appointments. This is all possible with our Activ4Pets PMS; a revolutionary new way to manage your practice remotely. Of course the most important consideration is your customer: No patients, no work. When you sign up for the Vet Panel with Activ4Pets this is all taken care of. There is a customer base readily available for online consultations and opinions to suit your availability. Our team works with you to fill any openings in your schedule or to bring in additional work in your local area, adding an extra revenue stream for your practice. We also provide the opportunity for you to offer online consultations for patients. This means you can serve customers from anywhere where you have an internet connection and camera available.
When it comes to home consultations we have you covered. One of the most popular Google searches is for “vet near me” or “vet at home”. To meet the needs of those customers we have created Vet House Call which is another opportunity available to veterinarians if they are willing to travel. So those are the key features, now all you need to know is how it works. It is very simple: First, the client logs into the online platform where they can ask for an appointment. They make payment upfront and you receive a notification about the appointment. You then attend the consultation at the time arranged via the application. The client gets access to our mobile app which means you can promote appointments, reviews, medication refills and products by push notifications.
Origin: Although there are no 100% reliable sources, it is known that the Beagles originated in the United Kingdom around 1800 and were hunting dogs for rabbits and hares, noted for their speed, energy and good nose. Nowadays, the breed is among the most popular in the US and Europe.
Temperament: His pitying face and prankish say a lot about you. They are stubborn, energetic, playful and independent, which can make training a certain challenge compared to other dogs. Persistence is needed to teach them, and it is best to be young, as otherwise they can become furniture destroyers of your home. In the end, all this energy makes them lovely and will surely win your heart He is also super friendly, will get along with children and soon become friends with strangers.
Essential Care: Obesity prone but it is a tough dog. If he has regular walks, to spend all his energy, and his vaccines on time, surely this pet will have a long and healthy life. Weekly brushing to remove the dead is essential, but the breed is very clean and does not usually have that “dog smell”, so your baths can be every 1 month / 1 and a half months.
Life expectancy: 10 to 15 years
Weight: 9 – 14 kg
Height: between 33 to 38 cm
Most routines involve spending a long period of time outside our homes, and in this time that pets are left alone, they tend to get bored and stressed, which can result in bad behavior such as the destruction of household objects, many barking, and so on.
To avoid these bad behaviors, we need to keep our pets entertained with fun, stimulating and relaxing activities. A great activity, is to leave prepared before leaving, some pranks by your house. How about spreading the feed at a few different points for your pet to try to find? This stimulates a fun challenge for these periods alone. But remember to select easily accessible places for your pet and do not take the risk of hurting you in that food hunt.
Another solution to calm your pet in your absence is to leave an old piece of clothing for him. Being able to smell it, it will take longer for the pet to notice its absence, in addition to calming it during this period.
Finally, it is cool to leave some sound stimulus, such as the TV of your home connected. Nowadays there are several videos on the internet and even specialized TV channels for the canine public.
Originally from Scotland in the nineteenth century, the Golden Retriever was first used as a hunting dog, using their soft mouth to collect birds shot down by their owners. Over time, due to his docile temperament and companionship, the Golden became a popular dog with families.
Despite its large size, the breed can adapt well in any environment, even in small apartments (considering that owners have time to do daily walks, of course). In addition, the Golden dogs are expensive to maintain because they need a lot of special care, mainly because of their fur, requiring frequent bathing and brushing.
If you choose to have a Golden Retriever as a pet, you will have a faithful companion, very docile, friendly and intelligent , occupying the # 4 position in the rank of canine intelligence.
Life expectancy: 10 to 14 years
Weight: average of 30kg
Height: between 50 and 60cm
Studies claim that growing in a household with a pet is good for development and health. However, some dog breeds have a greater tendency to develop aggressive personalities or simply do not have the patience to deal with children. That is why we’ve listed 5 breeds that are more docile and protective.
1. Golden Retriever: It’s a very friendly breed, they have a protective instinct besides being very playful, so certainty a good choice for fun time with the children.
2. German Shepherd: They are big. We recommended this breed for those who have large area because it knows how to set perimeters and thus keep children safe even outdoors.
3. Saint Bernard: he is extremely calm, patient, protective and likes to play with children. It’s known as a “nanny” dog.
4. Maltese: Now for those who have little space at home, this is the smallest on the list. Their characteristics are playful, sociable and gentle, both with children and other dogs.
5. Beagle: It’s very active, so it’s great to spend the whole afternoon playing with the kids as well as being very docile.
It’s worth remembering that any breed, being well trained, can coexist peacefully with the children. Here, we list those who, by nature, already possess these more tame characteristics.