Pet Wellness Clinics, a local network of veterinary offices, announces its partnership with SignalPET, offering advanced veterinary technology powered by artificial intelligence and a patented process. Pet Wellness Clinics is the first veterinary group in Indiana providing this revolutionary technology to its patients and clients.

SignalPET provides a “second set of eyes” for routine veterinary radiology screenings, offering objective, reliable interpretation of more than 50 radiographic test results on every study in 10 minutes or less. There is no hardware involved to acquire real-time feedback, and films can be reviewed from any screen connected to the internet — all at an exceptionally low cost.

“We founded SignalPET to help veterinarians deliver the highest standards of care in their practices,” said SignalPET Co-founder and CMO Neil Shaw, DACVIM. “Radiographs offer incredible value to the diagnostic process and should be a part of everyday, routine care. Cost and long turnaround times no longer prevent this from being achievable for the majority of veterinarians. We found a way to make that happen, by creating an incredibly easy-to-use, turnkey solution that leverages artificial intelligence in a way no one was doing before. And the results are remarkable. It’s rapidly raising the bar on the standard of care in our industry.”

“At Pet Wellness Clinics, we are always striving to enhance the experience we offer our patients and clients,” said Owner and CEO Michael Graves, DVM. “Being at the front end of providing this cutting-edge technology allows the clinicians in all nine of our locations to create an all-encompassing, affordable, fast and easy way to use the modern radiology process and make those results available to our clients in a matter of minutes.”

With the SignalPET technology, veterinarians benefit from increased confidence in assessing each radiograph, offering consistent, objective results for each study. The technology automatically examines the complete study, helping clinicians confirm nothing has been overlooked. Plus, clients have a report available as well as access to their pet’s X-rays.

“We can give our clients greater transparency into what’s being looked at with their pet’s images, and they’ll get easy-to-read reports and X-ray thumbnails,” Dr. Graves said. “It’s a win-win for both the veterinarian and the pet owner.”

“SignalPET is excited to work with Pet Wellness Clinics, one of the leading veterinary groups in Indiana,” Dr. Shaw said. “We look forward to helping them take advantage of this technology to support the health of all the pets they care for.”

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