VetMeasure Welcomes 2019

2018 was a busy year for the VetMeasure team, but 2019 will be even more exciting! Here we offer a preview of what is to come, but be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay informed on all of the VetMeasure and MeasureON! updates. VetMeasure was chosen to participate as a…

2018 Year in Review

2018 has been a whirlwind of excitement here at VetMeasure and below is a quick recap of a great 2018. VetMeasure team members have participated in many events to demonstrate and speak about the MeasureON! Harness. In Colorado team members participated in the Colorado State University Demo Day and Denver Startup Week. Meanwhile, in Iowa,…

Altoona Veterinary Hospital Soft Launch

Over the last several weeks, members of the VetMeasure team have been working diligently in preparation to soft-launching our MeasureON! harness into a third clinic, Altoona Veterinary Hospital – located in Altoona, Iowa. MeasureON! is making its debut to in Iowa. Altoona Veterinary Hospital serves clients in all aspects of pet care including surgeries, dentistry,…

Veterinary Technician Appreciation

Veterinary clinics and hospitals would simply not run without a strong, supportive team of veterinary technicians to support the veterinarian, handle and monitor patients, and answer any questions that owners have. Vet techs complete much of the “behind the scenes” work at veterinary clinics through recording patient vitals and statistics, monitoring patients after surgery, running…

Defining Heart Murmurs

Here at VetMeasure, our staff takes the health of canines very seriously. We even created a wearable monitoring device, MeasureON! which helps ensure that your furry friend is maintaining their health. If you have been following along with our weekly blog posts, you probably already know by now that MeasureON! has the ability to monitor…

Diabetes in Pets

While you probably have a neighbor, family member, or friend with diabetes, did you know that your pets are also at risk of getting diabetes? Similar to humans, diabetes in pets develops if they cannot properly utilize glucose due to an impairment in producing or responding to insulin. However, while diabetes in humans is typically…