It would be hard to dispute that the cornerstone of pet health is good nutrition. Were one so inclined, however, it wouldn’t be hard to make a case for technology.
It seems the fitness tracker craze isn’t reserved for people. America’s seemingly endless love and fascination with pets has sparked a new trend: wearables. What impact this increasingly popular animal-centric…
Wearable devices can provide a lot more than just valuable data
How long should a dog sleep during a 24 hour period? Is it normal for dogs to scratch? When is scratching so excessive that dog owners should seek veterinary care?…
Plenty of people have fitness trackers to monitor their health. But now, man's best friend can also enjoy the same benefits.
Because pets lack the ability to describe their clinical signs or explain how they feel, the veterinary healthcare team is at a disadvantage when it comes to successfully diagnosing and…
The list of innovative, and actually pretty amazing, technologies for everyday human use is impressive.
Collar monitors help veterinarians look after patients’ health inside and away from the hospital
If Fitbit and MyFitnessPal got married and adopted a puppy, it might look a little like this.
AGL and Hill’s Pet Nutrition are launching a breakthrough wearable pet monitoring system that provides round-the-clock behavioral information to help veterinarians diagnose and treat pets’ underlying health conditions.