Learn the difference between what generic smart collars can do for your pet and the ultimate veterinarian care product, MeasureON! Pet ownership has been on the rise for several years, with over 67% of U.S. households having at least one pet in 2019. In addition to the increase of pet ownership, pet owners are spending…
New Level Of Care
VetMeasure understands the commitment that veterinarians dedicate to their patients and the commitment that pet owners have for their pets’ health, which is why we developed and released MeasureON!
MeasureON! is the first smart harness for dogs that tracks vitals or streams a live ECG graph instantly. This solves the inconsistent monitoring of post-anesthetic patients for veterinarians because professionals can now remotely obtain TPR and be alerted to changes in patient recovery without having to disrupt the patient. MeasureON! also allows pet owners to easily monitor their pets from home and have a better understanding if their pet is not feeling well.
MeasureON! Introductory Video
Monitor More & Worry Less
The VetMeasure mobile and web app allow veterinary professionals or pet owners to track their dog’s health in real-time.
MeasureON! automatically measures a dog’s:
- Heart Rate
- Respiratory Rate
- Activity Level
This gives you automatic access to your dog’s vitals, eliminating current inconsistent, manual monitoring methods. Pet owners are also better able to share their pet’s health virtually with their trusted veterinary professionals.
Canine Smart Health Harness
The MeasureON! canine smart harness has many sensors to provide the most accurate vital metrics.
Temperature: 8 sensors
Heart Rate/ECG: 3 sensors
Respiratory Rate: 4 sensors
MeasureON! also has a long-lasting battery, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth sensors, and sensors to record ambient conditions.
“I believe the MeasureON! harnesses stand out in the veterinary space because, as a wearable,
they are better able to withstand patient movement and continue to provide accurate data.”
-Dr. Clarke All Creatures Animal Hospital, Tampa, FL
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