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Hydrite® Enters Pet Food Market with HydriPet™ Product Line

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Providing Creative Solutions for Pet Food and Treats
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Hydrite Chemical Co., an integrated manufacturer and supplier of chemicals and related services, is pleased to announce the launch of its new HydriPet™ product line. Hydrite offers a full range of chemicals and solutions for food processing and food safety applications including an extensive line of human food grade ingredients, preservatives, sanitation, and water treatment products serving pet food manufacturers.

As an extension of Hydrite’s successful food processing business, the development of the HydriPet™ product line is a fitting segue into the pet food market.  A significant product in the line is the HydriPet™ VG 105.  It is made in the USA, non-GMO, organic compliant, manufactured via hydrolysis, and composed of the preferred natural coconut glycerin.

Additionally, FoodSafe Technologies™ announced that its SafeNature™ brand of natural and botanical antioxidant products are now available to the pet food industry and pet food co-packers through Hydrite® and the HydriPet™ brand.

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Brian Wood, Director – HydriPet™ Ingredient and Sanitation Solutions for Hydrite, commented, “We are excited to launch our HydriPet™ product line.  Offering human-grade ingredients coupled with leading edge sanitation programs are examples of our commitment to continuous improvement in pet food safety and quality.”

Hydrite has developed a reputation within the industry for providing the distinct combination of excellence in manufacturing and distribution with the most comprehensive level of technical expertise available.  To learn more, visit: www.hydrite.com or call 262-792-1450.

 

SOURCE: Hydrite Chemical Co.

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AniCura Presents Quality and Sustainability Report for 2018 – Commits to Reduce Antibiotic use by Half

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AniCura, one of Europe’sleading providers of high-quality veterinary care for companion animals, presents its quality and sustainability report for 2018 and commits to reduce the company’s antibiotic use by half until 2030.

Since 2015, AniCura has issued an annual quality report covering the developments within quality and patient safety as well as antibiotic use among AniCura’s clinics. During 2018, the majority of AniCura’s clinics reduced unnecessary use of antibiotics, and at one third of the clinics antibiotic use was reduced with more than 30 percent. Now, the company accelerates its efforts to counteract the spread of resistant bacteria and commits to reduce antibiotic use by half until year 2030.

– Resistant bacteria are today one of the most serious threats against human and animal health, driven by overconsumption of antibiotics and poor hygiene standards in health care. A wiser use of antibiotics is a key undertaking for us and we aim to reduce our antibiotic use by half, says Ulrika Grönlund, Group Medical Quality Manager AniCura.

AniCura’s quality and sustainability report is the first of its kind in the veterinary industry and covers the developments within the nine focus areas of QualiCura, AniCura’s medical quality program. In 2018, AniCura engaged with its stakeholders to take a holistic perspective on sustainability and the report for 2018 covers besides quality and antibiotic use also the company’s work to develop sustainable working conditions, support pet owners in preventive health measures as well as AniCura’s environmental impact.

– I’m proud over the fact that we are recognized for our quality development agenda and the annual quality report issued every year. This year we have taken the report a step further by including key areas of sustainability as we know sustainable veterinary care is of high importance to both customers and employees. The purpose of our report is to provide transparency around our operations and share our learnings with the entire market to inspire further development, says Peter Dahlberg, CEO AniCura.

 

SOURCE: AniCura

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Introducing Lintbells: UK’s #1 Vet Recommended Dog Joint Supplement Company Launches in the USA

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YuMove Soft Chews relieve dog joint stiffness and support mobility with visible results within the first 60-days of use.
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Lintbells launches into US market with YuMOVE Soft Chews, a once daily supplement that relieves dog joint stiffness and supports mobility with visible results within the first 60-days

The UK’s market leader in dog joint supplements, Lintbells, has launched in the United States with the introduction of their most popular product, which currently helps over 1 Million dogs in Europe: YuMOVE Soft Chews.

YuMOVE Soft Chews are a joint supplement that promotes joint and cartilage health in dogs of all breeds and sizes. Made from all-natural, human-grade, non-GMO ingredients, the secret to YuMOVE Soft Chews’ success comes from Lintbells own “ActivEase Green Lipped Mussel” (or GLM).

GLM, a superfood derived from the purest sources in New Zealand, is an essential ingredient with extraordinary properties that improves joint function, mobility, and reduces discomfort in our dogs. This unique ingredient, rich with more Omega 3s than any other GLM, is naturally anti-inflammatory, meaning our dog’s stiff joints are eased naturally.

For dogs struggling with symptoms caused by joint issues, YuMOVE Soft Chews can be incorporated into any dog’s diet or routine and given once per day for guaranteed, visible results. “An active dog is a happy dog. And, by offering just one chew per day, you’ll see a visible difference in your dog within two months,” said John Howie, CEO and Co-Founder of Lintbells. “YuMOVE won’t just change your dog’s life for the better- but, yours too.”

Every dog from the age of 7 should be on a joint supplement.

Dog owners don’t always know if their dog needs to be taking a joint supplement in the first place. While supplements play an important role for senior dogs, dogs that are really active, or in the recovery process after surgery, there are several lesser known signs and symptoms to watch out for and consider.

“Dogs don’t show how they’re feeling in the way humans do and can’t tell us when they’re hurt or uncomfortable,” said Howie. “Their signs and symptoms of joint stiffness unfortunately often go unnoticed by pet parents who want the best for their dogs, but just don’t know there’s an issue to address in the first place.”

Common signs of stiffness or joint difficulty in our dogs include: lagging behind on walks, difficulties rising after rest, sleeping more, irritability, anxiety, or being reluctant to walk, run, jump and play.

By adding just one YuMOVE Soft Chew to a dog’s daily routine, they will enjoy a more active lifestyle, more playtime, and feel healthier and happier overall.

YuMOVE Soft Chews are available in 30-day packs, and three sizes: Small Dog (up to 35lb), Medium Dog (36-65lb) and Large Dog (over 65lb). YuMOVE Soft Chews start at $24.50 and can be purchased online at US.Lintbells.com.

 

SOURCE: Lintbells

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Basepaws Releases New Cat DNA Kit with Improved Accuracy, Speed

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Innovative new Basepaws Cat DNA Kit
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Basepaws, the first company to offer pet owner-focused DNA testing for cats, is launching a new version of their proprietary CatKits. The new kits will use a saliva collection method to improve the consistency and accuracy of the DNA test results.

The new swab kit provides many advantages over the hair kit Basepaws previously offered. In addition to preventing repeat sampling issues with a more accurate and consistent DNA sample, the DNA found in saliva is more stable, allowing for longer shelf-life of the sample. This makes testing easier for the pet parent too, and will help researchers in their mission to improve feline health.

Simple for anyone to use with updated testing process

Another advantage of the swab kits is increased speed and efficiency: the new design allows researchers to process multiple samples at one time. Basepaws hopes to achieve an average turnaround time of 6 weeks for each report thanks to this new swab method by the end of 2019.

“Though we loved the hair kits for their innovation and simplicity, the newer swab kits allow us to better serve our customers,” said Basepaws CEO Anna Skaya. “We’re always looking for ways to improve our reports and make them more useful for cat owners, and the advantages of these new kits is much better accuracy and consistency. We’re excited to see what the new data yields, and how we can use that information to better care for our cats.”

Basepaws is leading the pack in the competitive pet care space with their focus on feline-specific genetic testing. Last month, the company was named a finalist for the Purina Pet Care Innovation Prize, and recently presented at SXSW and Global Pet Expo 2019.

Plus, there’s good news for cat owners who want to know more about their furry friends. Thanks to all of the data Basepaws has collected thus far, the genetic reports are more detailed than ever. The reports now contain a section with chromosome mapping, a visual representation of specific sections of a cat’s DNA and how they relate to the increased pedigreed cat breed database.

The price for the new-and-improved CatKit will be the same as the old kit, with a more detailed report on your cat’s genetics for $95.

 

SOURCE: Basepaws

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