LifeLearn(R) and i4C Innovations Partner to Enhance the Customer Experience for VOYCE(TM) Wearable Technology for Pets. Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 07:00

GUELPH, Ontario, Jan. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)

GUELPH, Ontario, Jan. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- LifeLearn, an educational publisher and interactive media company established within the veterinary and pet-related industries, has announced a strategic partnership with i4C Innovations, a subsidiary of Intersections Inc., which unveiled VOYCE wearable technology for pets at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The launch of VOYCE was highlighted by extensive media coverage at CES and highlighted by being named "Best of CES 2014" from multiple organizations. The LifeLearn – i4C partnership will give VOYCE customers member-only access to exclusive LifeLearn educational content designed to help both pet owners and their veterinarians provide better health care for dogs.

Unlike common clip-on pet activity trackers, VOYCE is a revolutionary health band worn comfortably around a dog's neck, monitoring key vital signs including heart and respiratory rates, as well as other wellness indicators such as activity, rest, calories burned, and more. The LifeLearn/i4C partnership will provide VOYCE customers with exclusive, direct, and first-time access to thousands of articles written by top practicing veterinarians, board certified specialists, behaviorists, and other pet experts. This content will allow VOYCE customers to gain a deeper understanding of pet-related topics and learn about their dog's behavior, nutrition, training, and health. Such information can also lead to increased efficiencies in veterinary hospitals as well as increased compliance outside of the hospital.

"The wearable technology revolution has been primarily focused on human interactions, until now," said James Carroll, president and

chief operating officer of LifeLearn. "The introduction of VOYCE represents the most significant development in pet-oriented data collection and

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will inevitably lead to deeper connections between veterinarians and their clients."

"This partnership with LifeLearn allows VOYCE customers to understand their dogs like never before," said Jeff Noce, president of i4C Innovations. "It further distinguishes VOYCE by allowing customers to easily interpret data in meaningful and actionable ways. Equally important is the fact that VOYCE allows veterinarians to gain insight into the health of their patients outside of their clinics."

Representatives from i4C Innovations and LifeLearn will be at NAVC in Orlando, FL on January 18 – 22 to showcase VOYCE at Booth #4303.

About LifeLearn®

LifeLearn Inc. is an education and communication company that delivers innovative solutions to the veterinary and human healthcare fields through the application of modern technology. The company's vision is to enrich the health and welfare of humans and animals around the world through communication, education and collaboration. LifeLearn was founded in 1994 and evolved from the Continuing Education program at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. Today, LifeLearn is a privately held company with headquarters in Guelph, Ontario. To learn more, visit or

About i4C Innovations Inc.:

At i4C Innovations, we love dogs. Our mission is simple: To understand dogs like never before and to build more rewarding, enduring, and richer relationships with man's best friend. i4C Innovations has brought together a diverse team of smart, passionate individuals and top-tier organizations to build a suite of unique products and services for the companion animal market. To learn more visit or

i4C Innovations is a subsidiary of Intersections Inc. and is headquartered in Chantilly, VA.

CONTACT: For LifeLearn:          Mark Stephenson, DVM          LifeLearn          (800) 375-7994, ext. 236                    For i4C:          Lisa Hanlon          Beyond PR Group          (914) 954-1553

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