Case studies


The use of Heyrex to monitor recovery from Orthopedic procedures by Tony A. Puglisi, MS, DMV, MS, DIP ACVS, Virginia, U.S.A.

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Click on the following case studies to see exactly how Heyrex and HeyrexVet assist in monitoring a dog's health. We have four case studies that concentrate specifically on Behavior, Wellbeing and Dermatology.

For research qualification on the monitoring of animals click on the article written by Edwards, J.D ONZM, BVSc, Dip.Bus. and Gibson, D.J.M BSc (Hons), MSc (York) - Novel Technology for the Remote Monitoring of Animals or the more recent article written by Thomas V., V.N. B.A. (Hons) - Efficacy of Heyrex remote biometric monitoring versus observational assessment during a clinical trial.

Heyrex collars are also currently be utilized in a number of canine research trials around the world to monitor levels of activity and rest. The ability of being able to track a dog's activity level and rest 24/7 for these types of studies is absolutely invaluable.


A puppy is monitored by Heyrex at both "doggy daycare" and "home", capturing changes in the puppy's wellbeing during daily transitions between the two locations.


How a period of destructive behavior by an owner's dog is successfully diagnosed and treated with the assistance of daily activity monitoring and reporting by HeyrexVet.


A two-year-old dog suffering from Tradescantia fluminensis (Wandering Jew) is monitored by HeyrexVet to assist in treatment and relief from scratching.


Read about how this five-year-old Labrador Retriever presented with a history of hind is monitored using HeyrexVet post tibial tuberosity advancement surgery.

Research Article

Novel Technology for the Remote Monitoring of Animals - June 2012, Edwards J.D., ONZM, BVSc, Dip.Bus., and Gibson, D.J.M, BSc (Hons), MSc (York)

Research Article

Efficacy of Heyrex: Remote Biometric Monitoring Versus Observational Assessment During a Clinical Trial - June 2013, Thomas V., V.N. B.A. (Hons).

Massey University Usage Validation

Heyrex Monitors have been used at the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital for several research projects - October 2014, Jonathan Bray, Associate Professor, companion Animal Clinical Studies. Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

Study on Sedation – Peer Reviewed – University of Tennessee

Effect of environmental noise and music on dexmedetomidine-induced sedation in dogs.  PeerJ 5:e3659 Albright JD, Seddighi RM, Ng Z, Sun X, Rezac D. (2017)

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