Harness your animal’s health is not just something we say, but something we believe.

MeasureON!TM and Harness Your Animal’s Health

Understanding animals is more than just knowing their weight, breed, activity level, and production type. It’s about preventing disease, fighting sickness faster, and bridging the gap between veterinarians, owners, and animals.

Our MeasureON!TM harness is reliable, comfortable, and designed to give a complete animal health and well-being profile to be shared between veterinarians and owners to improve and maintain animal health.

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Graphic saying "Happy Veterinary Technician Week!" with Vet Tech and Dog Happy Veterinary Technician Week! - Happy National Veterinary Technicians Week! We want to take a moment to recognize all the veterinary technicians for the long…
Take-Aways from the Veterinary Innovation Summit - Last week two members from the VetMeaure team had the opportunity to travel to the Veterinary Innovation Summit (VIS) in Fort Collins,…
VIS @ CSU - We are getting excited to attend the Veterinary Innovation Summit at Colorado State University next weekend, September 27th & 28th!…
2019 John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Venture Competition awards luncheon update - We are excited to announce we got to accept an award from John Pappajohn himself, yesterday at the 2019 John…
Back from the 25th International Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Symposium! - Our CEO, Kevin Maher, had a pleasant time at the IVECCS conference over the weekend. He states, "I was extremely…
Pappajohn Iowa Entrepreneurial Venture Competition - We've got news! VetMeasure is excited to share that we have been selected as one of the top three finalists…
MeasureON!’s New Look - As we introduced in our last VetMeasure blog post, our engineering team at Sapien, LLC. has updated the MeasureON! chassis.…
MeasureON! Photoshoot: Behind the Scenes - The VetMeasure team and MeasureON! models were all smiles and wags last month for our second MeasureON! photoshoot. This summer…
Heat Exhaustion in Dogs - Unlike humans, dogs are unable to cool themselves through sweating. Instead, dogs rely on less efficient methods such as panting…