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 the VetMeasure team has been busy finalizing our product in preparation for MeasureON!’s commercial launch. With updates to the MeasureON! harness design (check back next week for details on this), updated product photos were also…

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Heat Exhaustion in Dogs

Unlike humans, dogs are unable to cool themselves through sweating. Instead, dogs rely on less efficient methods such as panting and are therefore at an increased risk of heat exhaustion, which can escalate into heat stroke. A dog’s normal body temperature is typically 100°F- 102.5°F. Heat exhaustion is typically classified as a body temperature over…

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Pet Safety in Summer

Summer weather brings many dangers to your pet – while a few are outlined in this blog post, be sure to talk with your veterinarian about hazards specific to your area and dog’s breed.  Barbecues and Bonfires: While cookouts and campfires are fun summer traditions, and a great opportunity to meet new neighbors, these can…

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MeasureON! Sizing Guide

MeasureON! is an innovative harness, used to monitor your dog’s temperature, respiratory rate, and heart rate. This device can be used while your dog is at the vet for an emergency hospitalization or as they recover from surgery. Additionally, MeasureON! can be used for at-home monitoring of recently released patients, or those with chronic health…

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Adopt a Shelter Pet Day

Our team at VetMeasure is passionate about the health and well-being of all animals, so it should be no surprise that we are recognizing Adopt a Shelter Pet Day today! Adopt a Shelter Pet Day is designed to encourage the adoption of animals from a shelter. To celebrate this holiday, many shelters reduce their adoption…

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Pet First Aid Month

April is the American Red Cross’s Pet First Aid Month. While VetMeasure has shared tips on Poison Prevention and the importance of having a Pet Preparedness Plan in previous blog posts, we also wanted to share some key items to include in a Pet First Aid Kit. Contact Information: Including a note card with your…

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Lyme Disease in Dogs

Your veterinarian probably encourages you to follow a flea and tick prevention regimen for your dog, and may also recommend testing for Lyme disease. But what is Lyme disease, how can you prevent it, and what do you expect if your dog is diagnosed with Lyme disease? VetMeasure is here to help you decode this…

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Pet Poison Prevention

While your home may be “dog-friendly”, complete with leashes next to the door and pet hair on the couch, your home may also be hiding some dangerous hazards for your dog. Pet parents need to be able to identify these risks and be prepared for an emergency. Common household hazards include certain foods, chemicals, and…

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