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AirVet is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Telehealth.
Companies developing, offering, or using electronic and telecommunication technologies to facilitate the delivery of health & wellness services from a distance. *Columns updated as regularly as possible; priority given to companies with the most and/or most recent funding.
Technologies, platforms, and systems that engage consumers for lifestyle, wellness, or health-related purposes; capture, store, or transmit health data; and/or support life science and clinical operations. (DiME, DTA, HealthXL, & NODE.Health)
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Apr 12, 2022
11 Great Deals to Spoil Your Pet for National Pet Day 3 minutes read We love spoiling our pets, but we’ll take any opportunity to save a little money in the process. April 11 is National Pet Day, which means some brands are offering discounts throughout the week—including a few of our favorite products for dogs and cats. Be sure to check out all of our pet guides, including the Best Cat Toys and Supplies, Best Dog Accessories and Essentials, and Supplies and Tips for New Pet Owners. Special offer for Gear readers: Get a 1-Year Subscription to WIRED for $5 ($25 off). This includes unlimited access to WIRED.com and our print magazine (if you’d like). Subscriptions help fund the work we do every day. If you buy something using links in our stories, we may earn a commission. This helps support our journalism. Learn more. Pet Tech Deals Photograph: Fi WIRED Gear editor Adrienne So liked the original version of the Fi collar. The Series 2 is similar in a lot of ways. It’s lightweight, has a light for night walks, and packs GPS and sleep-tracking capabilities. (The former uses a combination of your phone’s cellular network or home’s Wi-Fi.) You’ll want to subscribe to Fi’s service to get the ability to track your pet’s location wherever they are (cost: $99 a year, less with a longer contract), but it’s not necessary. We recommend a few good veterinary telemedicine services, including AirVet, which can connect you to your existing vet or whoever is available during emergencies 24 hours a day. It has gone up in price to $30 a month (there was a $20 option when we first tried it), but you can cancel anytime. (AirVet, like Pawp, also now offers a $3,000 emergency fund, which wasn’t available when we tried it.) This sale offers a discount on your first month. Sale ends on April 14. WIRED reviewer Jaina Grey loved using her Litter-Robot 3 Connect (8/10, WIRED Recommends), and all the bundles are currently $50 off. Self-cleaning boxes rarely go on sale, so this is a good time to buy. There’s the Essentials Bundle ($668), which includes a ramp, a fence (to keep litter inside), 25 drawer liners, and three carbon filters. The Clean Bundle ($723) includes all the above plus Litter-Robots cleaner wipes. You can also get one litter box and one automatic pet feeder for $798, or two Litter-Robots for $1,098. Cat Furniture Deals Photograph: Mau My cats have been using Mau’s Cento tree for a few weeks and they love it, as do I. It was easy to put together myself, and the pieces are well made—enough to hopefully outlast claws and heavy bellies. It also just looks really nice in my apartment. You can use the same NPD20 code to take $20 off any purchase that’s $200 or more. I haven’t tried this, but I’ve seen it pictured across social media, and it has solid reviews around the web. It looks cute, and for $25, it’s not a bad price to give it a shot. If you—or your cats—don’t like it as much in person, you can return it within 30 days. This is a good option if you have a small cat. I bought it a few months ago when I spotted it at my local Home Goods, but I ended up bringing it back when I realized my cat Huxley was far too big for it. However, it was easy to put together and it won’t take up too much space in a room. Pet Bed Deals Photograph: Amazon You and your furry pal can have matching comfortable mattresses. WIRED editor Julian Chokkattu says his dog Tobu loves this Purple bed. It’s made with two layers of foam and Purple’s waffle-y grid, so it’s soft yet firm. It’s held up well despite more than four years of regular use. The cover is easy to clean too—just throw it in the washing machine. There are small, medium, and large sizes available so there are options for a cat or a Great Dane to lounge. We haven’t tested this yet and the price is high, but your old dog might benefit from it (there are a few different options and sizes). The University of Pennsylvania conducted a clinical study using this bed and found that dog owners reported real improvements in their dogs’ mobility. You can read all the findings in this downloadable PDF. Plus they’re made in the US.
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AirVet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was AirVet founded?
AirVet was founded in 2018.
Where is AirVet's headquarters?
AirVet's headquarters is located at 5792 W Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles.
What is AirVet's latest funding round?
AirVet's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did AirVet raise?
AirVet raised a total of $14M.
Who are the investors of AirVet?
Investors of AirVet include Headline, Canvas Ventures, Bracket Capital, Starting Line, Burst Capital and 4 more.
Who are AirVet's competitors?
Competitors of AirVet include Vetster, TeleVet, TeleTails, Dutch, Fuzzy Pet Health and 12 more.
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Fuzzy is a subscription-based pet healthcare company. The company focuses on delivering veterinary care for dogs, cats, kittens, and puppies in environments where they feel comfortable - at home, office or any convenient location. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.
TeleVet enables owners to connect with their veterinarians remotely through their mobile devices to help treat and diagnose the health condition of their pets, in some cases without ever having to meet up with their veterinarian.
FirstVet is a digital veterinary clinic offering video meetings with veterinarians, directly in your smartphone, tablet or computer.
TeleTails operates a veterinary telehealth platform that provides live video, messaging, and payment capabilities for pet owners to engage with their veterinarians digitally. The company serves consumers primarily in the United States. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Washington, DC.
Petriage offers a mobile app to connect with veterinarians. Users can assess symptoms, get real-time results, and keep vets informed.
VetChat is an online platform connecting pet owners with vets to help their pets in times of need. It delivers vet advice via one-on-one video consultations and on-demand chat.
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