The Only Zero-Touch Vital Signs Remote Monitor for Veterinarians

 

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With unique doppler radar-based technology, our patented touch-less platform, VetGuardian™, ensures pets are always safe and supervised at the clinic,

from intake to discharge.

Shape the Future of Pet Vital Monitoring

The Perfect Tool for Critical Clinical Services

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Reduce Stress

Patients are more likely to bite or scratch veterinarians when stressed.

Remote Surveillance

Wires and wearables attached to patients restrict mobility and risk being chewed off.

Save Time & Resources

Forget hiring someone for the night shift. Get patient vitals anytime, anywhere.

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INTAKE

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POST-OP RECOVERY

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OVERNIGHT BOARDING

From Intake to Discharge

See what Leading Veterinarians Say about VetGuardian

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"What I think that veterinarians should know about the VetGuardian is that it gives a doctor peace of mind and lowers anxiety when patients have to stay overnight in the hospital."

Dr. Scott Baldwin, DVM

Woodland Veterinary Center

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"Many veterinarians will not hospitalize cats overnight for fear of not meeting the standard of care that is largely set by 24 hour facilities. I do have concerns about patients left overnight unattended. This will work for me in that capacity very nicely."

Dr. Gary Norsworthy, DVM

Alamo Feline Health Center

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"Clients are charged a fee for the zero-touch post-operative monitoring and the device has more than paid for itself."

Dr. Eric Bregman, DVM

Reunion Veterinary Hospital

All-In-One Remote Vital Signs Monitoring
Heart Rate
Respiration
Temperature
Live Video & Audio Feed
Out-of-Bounds Reading Alarms
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Join the New Standard in Pet Monitoring
VetGuardian is available on a limited basis. We'd love to hear from you if you are eager to incorporate breakthrough innovation in your veterinary clinic.

Be among the first to offer Zero-Touch Remote Monitoring to your animal patients.