Veterinary scales and animal weighing scales are some of our most popular scales that we offer. Customers appreciate our wide range of products and affordable scales available. In fact, we have searched around for years trying to offer you the best selection of accurate vet scales to weigh everything from bunnies to horses. Below are what we believe to be the most rugged and dependable animal scales and are the ideal choices for accurate weight management.
Our scales are ideal for veterinarians, kennels, and pet stores. They're also great for use on the farm or even at home. Rest assured, the scales we offer are from reputable suppliers and feature affordable prices and low profile platforms so that animals can step on with as little fear as possible. If you're looking for cat scales for felines and other small animals with its slip-resistant mat then look no further than the Detecto Vet 70. Veterinarians and animal handlers often use a weight lock feature which is available on many of our systems to retain the animal's measurements after leaving the platform.
It's one thing to offer a wide selection of veterinary scales but it's also important to offer customers a wide variety of scales that are designed to weigh animals accurately and feature an affordable price tag. Our customers appreciate that we provide a wide range of products. If you have questions, just contact us and we will let you know what is the best type of scale for weighing your animal or provide you with a review and recommendation of what product we would recommend.
We've been selling vet scales for a long time... Before you try to place live animals on a scale, below are a series of questions that you probably need to spend a few minutes answering before you make a purchase.
What animals are you going to weigh? What is the maximum weight they typically will weigh? How large are the animals you're dealing with? Likewise, what are the smallest?
Do you need stainless steel platforms or will an ABS plastic platter work? Platform Size: 42"x20", 36"x22" or something else? Do you need portable weighing capability?
What about battery life? Standard ok or do you need to learn about additional ways to extend battery life? What type of battery do you want, aaa batteries or rechargeable?
Once they're on the scale, how long can you wait for a stable weight indication? Perhaps, you may need a device with weight hold feature.
What about construction quality? Do you need a durable veterinary scale that is truly built solid or can you get away with using the really lightweight and more inexpensive choices in the marketplace?
Regarding your weighing process, what about a tare function? Are you looking to stand on the scale with a little animal and tare off your weight?