November 1, 2019
Excessive sweating can be a sign of colic in horses

Horse Owners Hate the C-Word—After All, Colic Is The #1 Threat

If you own a horse, you understand the all-consuming nature of that responsibility. It’s a big emotional and financial investment, but you’re willing to put your whole heart (and bank account) into it anyway. After all, horses aren’t just pets—they’re partners. So, if you were asked what keeps you up at night worrying, the C-word may come to mind. Now, there are a few unmentionable C-words out there, but for horse people, the worst C-word is colic.
June 25, 2019
horse in barn post-surgery

Post-Surgical Monitoring with the Piavet System!

The recovery process with equine patients can often prove just as critical as the surgical procedure. Piavita strives to keep the veterinary care team safer & provide efficient, reliable monitoring of the equine vitals – ECG, heart rate, body core temperature, respiratory rate, patient activity & much more! With the […]
June 18, 2019
horse dental checkup by equine veterinarian

Equine Dental Procedures

Image by The Royal Veterinary College Dental procedures (non-surgical and surgical) in horses will, often times, require the use of sedation to guarantee safety for both the patient and the veterinary care team. Veterinarians often choose a preferred combination of sedation when performing dental procedures. Two important goals during equine […]
May 21, 2019
Equine arrhythmia

Equine Arrhythmias

Stock-free picture by Benny Jordan | Unsplash Equine cardiology is often a topic that is open for deeper discussion and learning in comparison to other equine veterinary topics. Having a remote, digitally-innovative method to track and record the equine heart and critical vitals can prove beneficial to the equine veterinary […]