New Voyce Collar for your dog

Has anyone tried this yet? I saw it on Facebook, but I don’t know much about it. The collar is supposed to allow you to check your dog’s vital signs and store his medical records electronically.

Here’s what their website claims:
Voyce measures your dog’s key wellness indicators, revealing trends and providing you with actionable recommendations. Identifying medical conditions early can improve your dog’s quality of life and reduce treatment costs. Voyce delivers robust, objective data that helps veterinarians connect the dots between visits.

Voyce membership provides access to exclusive content from some of the nation’s leading dog experts and tools such as medication reminders, medical record storage, and a symptom checker. As Voyce gets to know your dog, you’ll receive tailored tips, relevant articles, and more.

Let me know if you try it, and what you think!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

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  1. I think puppies and their owners would be better served if classes were designed so that the owners sat in a group and were educated about what to expect as their pup grows up, and all the puppies do is play while someone supervised the session. Structured obedience is asking too much from young puppies and they can and do become quite overwhelmed. The best thing you can do for your puppy is to make sure as much of his or her puppiness makes it into adulthood, to ensure he or she is happy and well adjusted.

  2. Consider puppy training classes for your young pet. Puppies are eager to learn, and a class is a wonderful atmosphere to let them do so in. Classes are also often cheaper than individual lessons. This will teach your pup essential behavioral skills and allow the two of you bonding time too. Never allow a puppy to climb up or down steps in order to prevent joint problems in the future. This is extremely important, especially with breeds that are at high risk for hip dysplasia. Any sort of high impact shock such as jumping or stair climbing should be avoided due to the fact that their growth plates are still developing.

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