There was recently an article in Clean Run about the potential market for the use of thermal imaging in diagnosing soft tissue injuries in the canine athlete. I'm looking into purchasing a thermal imaging camera and starting a side business where I would take the images and give them to the client, who would then bring them to their sports vet/regular vet/chiropractor/acupuncturer to help them establish the best course of treatment. I would most likely set up booths at agility trials/disc comps as well as do appointments. What's cool about this technology is that they say it can detect injuries up to three weeks prior to the dog actually showing any clinical symptoms. So if the dog is dropping bars or showing some other sign that they are "off", a thermal image could be a quick look into if there is any physical reason for it. It's also really great for pinpointing those hard to diagnose soft tissue injuries like groin, back or toe injuries. Here's my question, mostly directed at those who do performance sports with their dogs, but obviously I value everyone's input. Would you pay $50 to get thermal imaging done on your dog?