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The Importance of Bone Health Awareness

December 10, 2015

In today’s age there are plenty of companies with great products and services aimed at making your dog as healthy as possible. At Bio-Rep Animal Health we appreciate and support anything that will help improve the life of your dog. At the end of the day, that should be everyone’s goal in the animal industry. However, as we discovered while caring for Neo, there is a serious gap in canine health information, bone health. After we identified this missing need, we have made it part of our corporate values to educate and inform consumers, medical professionals, and other companies about the importance of canine bone health.           

Also helping to give your dog the best life possible is Doggy MD. Doggy MD is a free app for smartphones that has everything a concerned pet parent needs. Some key features of the app include first aid information, a symptom checker, dangerous foods and plants, and even a health tracker. We were so impressed by a company that took such an innovative idea and applied it to benefit dogs and their owners. We have been thrilled to work with them and learn about all of the great features they have planned for the near future. But what we are most proud of is our work together to help educate their readers about canine bone health. 

Visit us both at this week’s Winter Wonderland Pet Expo in Los Angeles, Boneo Canine will be at booth 326 and DoggyMD will be at booth 320.

About the Author

Cameron St. George, Staff Writer

Hi I'm Cameron and I graduated from the University of La Verne with a degree in Legal Studies and a minor in Marketing. I enjoy socializing and all of the other things Southern California has to offer, but the real exciting part of my day is when I go home to see what my dog Sam has been up to (yes HER name is Sam and before her I had a St. Bernard named Elvis who was also a girl). Sam is a five year old German Shepherd and Husky mix who still thinks and acts like a puppy. I'm always curious to see if I lost a remote as a chew toy or how her attempted escape to take herself for a walk went. Sam is the inspiration for many of the ideas of the blogs I write.