VetMeasure App Release

The new VetMeasure app is live and free to download on both iOS and Android devices! It may seem as though our focus has been entirely on the MeasureON! harness, however, MeasureON! is nothing if you can’t view the animal health metrics it’s collecting. The VetMeasure team has spent countless hours during the past year…

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MeasureON! Photoshoot

Tails were wagging; cameras were flashing, all while the MeasureON! was hard at work. June has had some busy days for the VetMeasure team as we held our first product photoshoot! As we continue to progress toward offering our first commercial product, the VetMeasure marketing team is doing their best to provide you with the…

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MeasureON! Soft-Launch

Today members of the VetMeasure team spent their afternoon at the Wellington Veterinary Hospital (WVH) for our product soft-launch. And what a successful day it was!   VetMeasure has been working with WVH for over a year, studying the needs of veterinary hospitals and perfect our product technology. WVH is an innovative practice, offering the…

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Demo Day and an Update!

  You may have missed our blog posts over the past few months, but rest assured the VetMeasure team has been hard at work to improve our MeasureON! Harness so that you can confidently harness your animal’s health! Recently, VetMeasure attended Colorado State University’s Demo Day. Demo Day showcases startup companies and entrepreneurs. VetMeasure put…

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The Dogs of VetMeasure

  At VetMeasure, we are crazy about canines. Our staff thinks about canine health all day every day, and then we go home and cuddle with our favorite pups. Our Operations Manager, Mallory, has a two-year-old, half-boxer-half-various herding dog mixes, named Remy. Remy is very playful, yet reserved with strangers until she gets to know…

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Workplace Dog Place

  Americans continue to increase the emotional value of their pets. In fact, millennials believe that pets are practice to starting a family, and 78% of millennials consider pets to be part of the family (Wakefield Research). Meaning taking your pet on outings and even to work has become more commonplace. Did you know more…

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