Our Goal

To become the most trusted Veterinary Profession health measurement technology.

About VetMeasure

VetMeasure was founded in 2015 by Kevin Maher. Kevin continued to see wearable health monitoring devices for both people and animals; however, the ideal device for animals had not yet been created. There were gaps between the animal and the veterinarian, the animal and the owner, and the veterinarian and the owner. Kevin thought, “What if our animals could tell us more about how they feel as well as their health and well-being?” And so, VetMeasure was born with an innovative team consisting of engineers, animal scientists, animal enthusiasts, and supported by veterinary researchers to improve veterinary care and veterinary-client relations. You can read more about the team here and more about our product here.

The VetMeasure team has created a health monitoring device for animals in the form of a comfortable harness. The harness design enables the most accurate detection of an animal’s health statistics for veterinarians and owners to better optimize care and treatment options. To find out more information about our MeasureON!TM product, click here.


Meet the Team

Kevin Maher

Founder

Kevin founded VetMeasure, in September 2015 with the hope to create an IT infrastructure that supports animal health products, and consulting and advisory services to animal health and veterinary medicine businesses related to IT. From VetMeasure the MeasureON! animal health monitoring harness was born. Kevin is located in VetMeasure’s primary office at Iowa State University Research Park. Kevin has 30+ years of experience in the animal health industry and the veterinary profession; he has established working relationships with State and Federal animal health officials across the nation.

Katie Hamilton

Intern

Katie joined the VetMeasure team in August, 2018. She graduated from Iowa State University in May 2019 with a degree in Biology and a Leadership Studies Certificate. Katie will begin her first year of veterinary school at Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine this fall, with the goal of working with small animals in a private practice or through a shelter. She is pictured with her two dogs, Molly (chocolate lab) and Sparki (terrier mix).

JJ Moritz

Engineering

JJ has been working with VetMeasure since 2015. As a founding partner of Sapien LLC, he brings his experience in the laboratory and his skills in rapid prototyping to the team. For JJ, working directly with veterinarians and their staff to develop a product that suits their needs has been a great experience. JJ lives in Fort Collins, CO with his girlfriend of five years and their cuddly cat Furi.

Katelyn Gregory

Intern

Katelyn has been with the VetMeasure team since January, 2016. She is excited to begin her second year of veterinary school at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Katelyn is passionate about the agriculture industry and hopes to one day work in a mixed veterinary practice where she can help both pet owners and farmers care for their animals. She loves getting to spoil and play with her dog Jack each time she goes home to visit.

Sydney See

Sales & Customer Success Specialist

Sydney joined the VetMeasure team in July of 2019. She graduated from Iowa State University with her Animal Science Degree along with a minor in Business in May of 2019. Sydney’s roll at VetMeasure is Customer Success and Sales. She is excited to be with VetMeasure because she has always been passionate about the animal health industry. Sydney is currently living in Ames, Iowa with her dog Renegade but still enjoys going home to ride her horse Joseph.

Lauren Rosburg

Intern

Lauren joined the VetMeasure team in September of 2019. She is currently an undergraduate at Iowa State University studying Animal Science and Agriculture Communications planning to graduate Spring of 2021. Lauren’s role with VetMeasure is marketing, media, and communications. She is passionate advocate for the agriculture industry, and one day wants to work in a marketing and communication role for a swine company . But, if that doesn’t work out, she wants to start her own Scottish Highland Cattle herd. Pictured with Lauren are her dogs, Rex and Moe.