22 Nov Black Friday Deal: Give the gift of good pet health
Holiday shoppers can save up to $100 off PetPace health monitoring smart collars through Nov. 28
BURLINGTON, Mass. – PetPace, the provider of innovative health monitoring smart collars for dogs and cats, especially those that are sick or aging, announced today the availability of exclusive product prices for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
From Nov. 21-28, holiday shoppers visiting petpace.com will have the option to purchase limited-time holiday savings bundles on PetPace smart collars including a yearly professional health monitoring plans.
- PetPace smart collar + one year PET STARTER health monitoring package – $139.95 ($60 in savings)
- PetPace smart collar + one year PET health monitoring package – $149.95 ($100 in savings)
- PetPace smart collar + one year PET PLUS health monitoring package – $199.95 ($100 in savings)
By offering exclusive savings during the busiest shopping days of the year, veterinary experts from PetPace hope that more people will give the gift of better pet heath this holiday season.
PetPace is the ultimate gift for pet owners who are interested in gaining a better understanding of their cat or dogs health, said Avi Menkes, CEO of PetPace. With our special holiday pricing bundles we hope that more pet owners will take advantage of this new technology, and as a result, improve their pet’s health.
PetPace was created by veterinarians and animal-lovers looking for a way to improve the health of pets, especially those dogs and cats that are old or sick. The idea behind inventing a non-invasive, health monitoring smart collar was to quickly identify impending health concerns and monitor existing medical conditions.
The company’s sensor-rich smart collars allow for remote continuous monitoring and analysis of pet vital signs and activity directly from a mobile device. Trackable vital signs include temperature, pulse, respiration, heart rate variability (HRV), activity levels, calories and more.
When a dog or cat wearing a PetPace device develops unusual symptoms, their owner or veterinary healthcare professional is immediately notified via a smartphone alert. These automatic alerts prompt pet owners to seek medical attention for their pet and can assist with the early identification of illnesses like heat stroke, hyperthyroidism, impending heart failure and more.
Knowing activity levels, health metrics and daily patterns can significantly lessen the communication gap between owners and their dogs or cats, said Dr. Asaf Dagan, chief veterinarian at PetPace. When a problem occurs a pet owner and even their pet’s veterinarian will be notified immediately. It’s an extra layer of protection and peace of mind for any pet owner.
According to a recent survey, four out of five veterinarians recommend a health monitoring collar like PetPace for older or sick pets. To learn more visit www.petpace.com.
PetPace was founded in 2012 to bring peace of mind to pet owners and prevent unnecessary pain and suffering for dogs and cats through improved pet health and quality of life. PetPace specializes in the remote monitoring of pet vital signs by utilizing advanced analytical methods and alerting models. The company’s low power, wireless collar is fitted with an array of sensors that report abnormal vital signs within established physiological and behavioral parameters. Once an abnormal sign or behavior is detected, a sophisticated cloud-based analytical engine evaluates the signs and, if needed, sends an immediate alert regarding any suspected condition. This allows the owner or the vet to take preemptive action to protect the pet’s health. For more information about PetPace real-time pet health monitoring, visit http://PetPace.com.
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