Peeva receives 4th grant through UB TCIE

The first and only standardized scanning and pet tracking system for pet owners and medical experts across the United States, Canada, and European Union.

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Peeva today announced they have been awarded their 4th research grant through the University at Buffalo’s Center of Industrial Effectiveness.  

Peeva is a technology company committed to saving millions of missing pets with innovative tools and processes that streamline veterinarian and shelter workflow. Peeva has been working in collaboration with the Graduate Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science at the University at Buffalo over the past year and a half to develop the technology. 

“Having these grants awarded to us lends so much legitimacy and credibility to us,” said Peeva CEO and Co-founder Michael Hamilton.  “The opportunity to have 2 separate teams of PhD’s assist in the development of our technology has in itself many benefits. It’s state of the art, it provides opportunity, retains world class talent in the region, and it works."

About Peeva

Peeva develops unprecedented technology to save millions of missing pets and return them to their families. The company’s universal microchip scanner and uniform central pet registry standardizes radio-frequency identification (RFID) and microchip technology to create the only scalable solution for pet owners, veterinarians and shelters. To learn more, visit peeva.co.