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Vetericyn Launches Life-Stage Dog Supplement


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Vetericyn recently launched a life-stage dog supplement called All-In. The dog supplement, backed by eight patents, includes three product variations tailored to fit the key biological needs of dogs at each stage of their lives, company officials said.

“With more than three years in development, we are excited to be launching this new and innovative technology,” said Scott Van Winkle, vice president at Vetericyn, which is headquartered in Rialto, Calif. “With the development of All-In, Vetericyn has set a new bar for dog supplements and overall nutritional wellness for all life stages of dogs. Unlocking the dogs’ ability to absorb nutrients in a supplement is ground breaking and can have long-term impact to their quality of life.”

All-In contains the key nutrients a dog needs at its particular stage of life, whether puppy, adult or senior, to promote digestive, cellular, bone, mental and immune health, officials said. All-In Puppy is designed for puppies to 18 months to reinforce growth and development. All-In Adult is formulated for dogs one and a half to 6 years old to recharge energy and improve recovery. All-In Senior was created for dogs 7 years and older to restore mobility and rejuvenate the body during aging.

“Partnering with world-renowned scientist and pioneer in molecular medicine, Dr. A.S. Narain Naidu, All-In is the only supplement that combines patented, age-specific complexes with a delivery system that transports vital ingredients,” officials said. “The delivery system opens a dog’s cells allowing the ingredients to be effectively absorbed by the body in the right amount, versus passed through their system and disposed.”

The supplement is available for purchase online, and will be available for purchase at select stores later this year, according to officials.

 

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