PetPace News


We are starting our 3rd week with weimaraner puppy Remy already. Can you believe that? He’s getting big, about 18 pounds. Overall, we keep saying what a good puppy he is, but of course we have a lot to work on and we’re having a few issues too (aren’t we all?)….

BURLINGTON, Mass. – The use of wearable fitness tracking technology is expected to play an increased role in helping people achieve their New Year’s resolutions, and PetPace, the provider of innovative health monitoring technology for pets, wants pet owners to know how technology can benefit…

Smart collar company, PetPace, to help the team ‘stay connected’ during 13-14 month journey BURLINGTON, Mass. – Breanna Cornell and her 4-year-old husky-rottweiler mix, Sophie, are scheduled to set out on completing the nation’s longest and most rigorous mega-hike expedition on Sept. 4, 2018, with…

BURLINGTON, Mass. – PetPace, the provider of an innovative smart collar for remote continuous monitoring and analysis of pet vital signs and activity, was granted the Certificate of Homologation following the completion of the certification requirements set by Brazil’s National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL) on August 21….

BURLINGTON, Mass. – August 6-12 is International Assistance Dog Week and PetPace the provider of innovative health monitoring pet wearables wants assistance dog owners to learn more about their pet’s health. International Assistance Dog Week was created to recognize the devoted, hardworking assistance dogs helping…

BURLINGTON, Mass. – PetPace, the world leader in wearable technology for pets, rolled out the first phase of its new analytics solution for pet owners, veterinarians and researchers interested in better understanding the context and meaning of pet behavior and health. The new PetPace Bio-ResponseTM platform creates…

Tel-Aviv University and NCSU study determines PetPace smart collar pulse measurement is highly accurate BURLINGTON, Mass. – A new study conducted by the Biomedical Engineering Department at Tel-Aviv University, in collaboration with North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine determined the pulse measurements recorded…