KindredBio and Butterfly Network Partner to Expand Innovative Veterinary Diagnostic Tools and Treatment Options

Kindred Biosciences, Inc. and Butterfly Network announce an affiliate relationship to make Butterfly’s state-of-the-art veterinary ultrasound tool, the iQ Vet, available to veterinarians in the United States.
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Kindred Biosciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: KIN) and Butterfly Network announce an affiliate relationship to make Butterfly’s state-of-the-art veterinary ultrasound tool, the iQ Vet, available to veterinarians in the United States. Under the agreement, veterinarians will be able to purchase Butterfly iQ — a handheld, veterinary ultrasound device — through collaboration with their KindredBio representative.

“Butterfly is a leader in the creation of accessible and affordable ultrasound technology. We are excited to join them in advancing veterinary diagnostics with this state-of-the-art ultrasound device,” said Jenna Hahn, Vice President, Commercial, of KindredBio.

KindredBio, a biopharmaceutical company focused on saving and improving the lives of pets, has launched two products approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration in less than two years. In November, it launched Zimeta™ (dipyrone injection). The company also has a deep pipeline of therapeutics in development for dogs, cats, and horses.

Last month, Butterfly Network announced the availability of Butterfly iQ Vet, an all-new handheld ultrasound device that only costs $1,999 plus subscription. iQ Vet brings the company’s groundbreaking ultrasound-on-chip(™) technology to veterinarians and animals

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