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Volume 26(1), Spring 2016

Veterinary Apps

EJCAP likes to present you with a selection of apps available for the companion animal practitioner. If you have a favourite app you would like to share with us or if you have

developed one yourself, send a message to the Editor.

Preference will be give to practical veterinary apps that can be used by vets throughout Europe.

Cat Stress Test: is a simple stress assessment tool for vets and cat owners, acting as a barometer to evaluate the stress risk level for their cat(s). The app asks questions about the home environment and provides guidance to the effect this is having on the cats’ stress level, and what to do.

By: CEVA Santé animale

For: cat owners and vets

Advantages: simple and straightforward

Inconveniences: no treatment advice given

Platform: iOS

Cost: free

Cat Stress Test

By: Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón

For: veterinary students and practitioners

Advantages: use as educational tool

Inconveniences: -

Platform: iOS, Android

Cost: free

Ophthalmology in dogs: is a learning tool for professionals and students with an interest in veterinary ophthalmology. It consists of an interactive 3D anatomic atlas, allowing the rotation, zoom or isolation of the different systems and components of the canine eye.

Ophthalmologyin dogs

By: App Publishing

For: veterinarians and practice managers

Advantages: it has many features completely branded to your practice

Inconveniences: -

Platform: iOS, Android

Cost: free for clients, $79 per month for practices ($598 set-up fee)


The Vet App: allows veterinarians to reach out to their client base by using an app that has their own brand and name. Clients can then use features like Tap to Call, Tap for Directions and Book an Appointment to get in touch with their veterinarian. Also available in French and Russian. More information on

The Vet App