Vet Innovations, Inc. Expands, Opens New Technology and Engineering Center

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Production and launch schedule drives need for new testing facility

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Vet Innovations, Inc. announced today that effective March 1st, they have opened a new testing and validation facility in West Greenwich, RI. The company secured this space to conduct a variety of activities for the ongoing development of the company’s innovative and proprietary access-control technology and products for pets.

In this new facility, called the Vet Innovations Technology and Engineering Center (TEC), the primary focus is on designing, building, and testing new products that incorporate access-control technology. These activities will be conducted to develop, refine and validate new products as part of the overall production development process.

Bob LaRoche, Vet Innovations’ CEO and president, is excited about this new expansion. “We are pleased about reaching this important milestone in the history of Vet Innovations. This new facility will enable us to deliver on our production schedule and stay on track for launch.”

The company plans to introduce new feeding devices designed to reverse and prevent pet obesity, a widespread and growing epidemic afflicting more than half of all pets in the United States.

“My engineering team and I will perform a wide variety of tests to ensure that the technology and products work as designed and that we are ready to launch,” says Dave Jalbert, Vice President of Product Development and Operations.

About Vet Innovations, Inc.
Vet Innovations is focused on a singular mission: to dramatically improve the lives of pets, pet parents, and their veterinarians through groundbreaking, innovative technology centered on animal wellness. Vet Innovations has developed unique and proprietary technology that controls what pets can and cannot access in their day-to-day living. The system automatically senses and identifies specific pets, enabling them to individually interact with different devices in the world around them. The company’s focus is on robotic-based electromechanical technology that can not only simplify and improve the treatment of pet obesity, but also enhance overall pet wellness. For more information, please visit us at http://www.vetinnovations.com, follow us on Twitter (@vetinnovations) and LinkedIn, or email us at info(at)vetinnovations(dot)com.

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