Rafael O’Halloran, DVM and Valerie Wilson, DVM
“The iQ Vet is a revolutionary product. It is small and portable while producing high quality ultrasound images. The presets are our favorite aspect: they simplify the process for the general practitioner to get high quality images quickly. We use it daily, and it has become an essential tool in our hospital.”
Julie Levy, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DABVP
"I was excited to use Butterfly iQ Vet for its extreme portability. The ability to use it in the field in resource-scarce environments has made diagnostic imaging a possibility for so many shelters. I also really like that it's a cloud-based system, so I can collect images and then share them with my peers or back to a specialist if needed for help with interpretation."
William Ehrig, VMD
“The Butterfly iQ Vet ultrasound has been a lifesaver for animals in the shelter. From emergency diagnostic imaging to confirming a suspected pregnancy, the Butterfly iQ Vet ultrasound has improved the quality of care available to our shelter animals by allowing us to safely and effectively treat animals in shelter without needing transport to outside hospitals. This has allowed us to avoid delays in treatment and decrease the cost of care for our shelter animals. Our appreciation for having this high quality mobile ultrasound grows daily as it continues to help the animals in our care.”
Cooper Willams, VMD DACVMSR and Magda Stewart, DVM
“This incredible piece of technology is like having multiple transducers in one easy to use handheld device. True whole-body imaging in one device, and viewed on an iPhone or iPad. You can go to a case, have immediate boot-up, perform your sonogram, and if needed, share your images for immediate consultation. The images are high-quality. Unlike conventional ultrasound technology, where transducers have fixed abilities, programming can be performed to continue improving the Butterfly images. The price makes it affordable for every veterinarian and veterinary student. Even a 20 person veterinary practice could purchase 20 units for the cost of one standard ultrasound machine.”