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Introducing the Fetch™ Digital Platform

A new way to manage your dog’s joint health

Fetch is an innovative new app that lets you learn about and care for your dog’s joint health. With easy-to-use tools, helpful information, and intuitive prompts—Fetch connects you directly to your veterinarian. Together, you can keep your dog healthy and moving like the puppy you know is inside him. And best of all, it’s all done from any mobile device.

Why Fetch is important?

Did you know? Osteoarthritis (OA) doesn’t just happen to older dogs. Some dogs show signs as early as the age of one year. Most dogs will show signs of OA as they get older—80% by age 8.1 With Fetch, you and your veterinarian can work together to proactively manage your dog’s health. Learn about OA risk factors. Monitor activity. Track progress. And get helpful tips on how to maximize your dog’s mobility for years to come.   Fetch Logo & Tagline_RGB_TM

Fetch: A direct connection for pet parents to veterinarians

By using Fetch, you can monitor and help manage every aspect of your dog’s joint health program as prescribed by his veterinarian:
  • Learn about OA treatment options
  • Make healthy lifestyle changes
  • Review treatment plan
  • Make appointment reminders
Fetch is a comprehensive, easy-to-use way to help keep your dog moving, so be sure to enroll today. Let’s go!
App-Store-Transparent-border What is OA? Risk factors for OA Lifestyle changes Treatment options   FetchPro Logo & Tagline_RGB_TM

Fetch Pro: An interactive in-clinic educational application designed for veterinarians and their clients  

Fetch Pro is an interactive application that helps veterinarians inform their clients about osteoarthritis (OA) in dogs and their joint health options. It is an in-clinic educational app that is used in order to assist in helping pet parents identify if their dog is at risk for OA and prompts them to talk to their veterinarian.
    Reference: 1. Johnston SA. Osteoarthritis. Joint anatomy, physiology, and pathobiology. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract. 1997;27:699–723.