To promote the health of your horse, you need to have an in-depth understanding on animal health. Horse Side Vet Guide is an iOS application tailored to provide users with detailed information on health of their horses. It is compatible with iPhone and iPad devices and English is the default language.
Horse Side Vet Guide is a modern application that runs on a huge database packed with information on horse health. It was developed by an equestrian and veterinarian who specialized in equine veterinary medicine for more than 20 years. One of the benefits of using the app is that it provides accurate information on virtually any health problem. For instance, you will get practical advice, suggested skills, and questions to discuss with your veterinarian.
The developers were keen to come up with an app strategy that adheres to a logical and well-thought-out process of addressing various health issues. However, it is important to note that it is not a substitute to a veterinarian. Hence, you still need to consult your veterinarian before making any major decisions such as administering medications.
Interface is one of the major attributes that give Horse Side Vet Guide an upper hand in the market. There is a search tab on the main interface that you can use to look for specific information. It is recommendable to use keywords to get the best results and save time. There is also three notification tabs namely My Observations, Vet Diagnostics, Vet Diagnoses that you should periodically check to get new information on the health status of your horse. The app will automatically show red circles whenever the vet adds more information.
The developer have also worked smart to include high quality instructional videos and media files that are specifically tailored to help you make informed decisions and become actively involved in matters related to your animal health.
Sometimes, horse keepers are faced with problems when trying to explain conditions to veterinarians. The app can help you jump that hurdle by generating suggestion questions that you can ask as you interact with the veterinarian whether on phone or in person. This will go a long way in ensuring that the condition your horse might be facing is correctly addressed.
Additional records that are available on this app include My Skills, My Supplies, Vet Treatments, Media, Outside Resources, and Terms & Topics. It is also important to point out that all the information that is provided in the database is first validated by professional health officials before been made available to users.
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