PetPace, the provider of an innovative IoT collar for remote real-time monitoring and analysis of pet vital signs and activity, was showcased December 9 on the #1 lifestyle talk show in Canada, the Marilyn Denis Show.
As part of the show’s annual “10 Days of Giveaways,” PetPace gave away 75 PetPace wireless pet health monitoring collars, including three free months of pet health monitoring – a $195 value for each recipient.
Designed for use on dogs and cats, the PetPace collar uses non-invasive sensors to accurately and continuously monitor temperature, pulse, respiration, HRV, activity levels, positions, calories and more throughout the day. The data, accessible to pet owners and veterinarians via smartphone or web applications, is continuously analyzed by a cloud-based analytics engine that examines individual, historical and breed-specific attributes. If the collar detects any abnormalities, an alert is sent in real-time to owners and veterinarians, allowing for prompt attention and treatment of the issue.
The Marilyn Denis Show reaches some 2.2 million viewers per week, and the “10 Days of Giveaways” shows are among the most-watched episodes. The PetPace collar will be featured live nationally on CTV and CTV.ca, and the episode will repeat throughout the day on CTV 2 in a variety of markets. It will also be available on demand on Marilyn.ca following the air date.
“We are pleased to provide this holiday gift to Canadian pet owners, enabling them to provide even better care for their much-loved companions,” said Mr. Avi Menkes, CEO of PetPace. “Our wearable pet technology raises pet healthcare to a whole new level, and allows both pet owners and veterinarians keep a literal finger on the pulse of pet health, 24/7/365,” he continued.
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.