55% of cat owners were compelled to visit their veterinarian when they recognized OA pain in their cats.1 Cat Pain IQ is designed to help cat owners spot signs more easily.
You can get set up on Cat Pain IQ in just a few steps.
For more information on how Cat Pain IQ works, watch the Instructional Video.
Cat Pain IQ screens for signs of osteoarthritis (OA) pain by analyzing how a cat moves. Using a video of your client’s cat, Cat Pain IQ uses artificial intelligence (AI) to compare the cat’s movement with that of healthy cats to check for signs of OA pain. This is not a medical diagnostic tool and is not intended to replace discussions with an animal healthcare professional.
You will be provided an email that is within the Zoetis Petcare Pro Dashboard under “Invite a Client.” This email will provide your clients with all the information they need to explore Cat Pain IQ.
Visit pro.zoetispetcare.com and “Register Now.” When creating an account, you’ll need to complete the required information fields. Your practice Account Number can be located on your Zoetis Account Statement, in the “Bill To/Payer No.” section.
NOTE: If you don’t have an account number, please contact us to get set up at 1-888-ZOETIS-1 (1-888-963-8471) and select option #1.
If you already have a Zoetis Petcare Pro account, it’s easy to enroll in Cat Pain IQ. Just take the following steps:
The dashboard provides everything you need to track a patient’s progress:
All submitted videos and their results are automatically uploaded into your Cat Pain IQ Dashboard for your review.
A cat might be positive for OA pain if you get a "May be showing signs" result. The cat owner will be encouraged to make an appointment to have their cat examined by you. This tool cannot diagnose OA in cats and is not intended to replace your client’s discussion with you.
A cat might be negative for OA pain if you get a "May not be showing signs" result. Cat owners will still be encouraged to monitor their cat for signs of OA pain. This tool cannot diagnose OA in cats and is not intended to replace your clients’ discussions with you.
References: 1. Data on File, November Pet Owner 2018 KG Marketsense, Zoetis Inc. 2. Enomoto M, Mantyh PW, Murrell J, Innes JF, Lascelles BDX. Anti-nerve growth factor monoclonal antibodies for the control of pain in dogs and cats. Vet Rec. 2019;184(1):23.