Go to the animal list of a business (for example, by selecting the “Animals” option in the menu of a business).

In the animal list, search for the animal you are inspecting.

In the relevant row, click on the icon. That will create a new list (inspections). On mobile devices, to see an icon, first you have to move the row to the left.

On the toggle, click on the leg you want to work on (On mobiles/tablets you will find a toggle in the lower portion of the screen. On desktops it is at the top next to the drawing of a hoof.

We can already see records of past inspections in the drawing of a hoof and in the findings list. (In the mobile version we can call up the findings list by means of the icon. On other devices, you can see the list in the lower part of the screen.

Click on the findings one by one and choose their treatments. If the finding is no longer present on the leg, choose in the “Treatment” list the “Healed” option. (On desktops and tablets, you can alternatively enter the healed finding in the findings list by clicking on the icon.) You can also add a recent photo or edit the hoof area (for instance, if the area has expanded).

If there are new findings on the leg, enter them.

Do the same for the other legs.

In inspection details (On mobiles/tablets in the grey stripe at the top. On desktops in the left column), select “No/Yes” depending on whether hooves have been treated.

In inspection details, select “No/Yes” depending on whether the animal must be inspected. In case you select “Yes”, choose the interval within which the animal must be inspected. If the preset intervals do not suit you, select “Manual” and in the field next to it input an exact date.

In case you wish to record the inspection at a later point, choose in inspection details in the “Date of inspection” field the day when the inspection was performed.

Using the checkboxes, you can decide whether it is recommended to use antibiotics or to remove the animal from the herd.

After the inspection is recorded, save it by clicking on “Save”.

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