Medterra CBD Announces NASC Approval of Pet Product Line



Medterra CBD’s line of pet products were approved by the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC)


Featured at, Medterra CBD launched its line of pet products earlier this year, including beef, chicken and unflavored tinctures, as well as joint support pet chews.


The NASC is a nonprofit dedicated to safety and proving the health of companion animals throughout the United States through identifying the best quality products in the supplement industry for animals.


"To qualify for NASC membership a company must sign a written agreement to adhere to our comprehensive quality requirements,” said Bill Bookout, NASC president. “Medterra demonstrates their commitment to these objectives by their 'seed to sale' quality philosophy that is not just articulated, but is also evidenced in the actions of their company.”


Medterra recently partnered with Chuck Latham Associates Inc. (CLA), which allows the company's pet products to be distributed throughout the organization's network of retailers, manufacturers and distributors in the pet specialty, veterinary and farm stores industries. 


"The missions of both the NASC and CLA are very similar to ours," said Jason Dorfman, vice president, pet, Medterra CBD. "Providing products that are of the highest quality and backed by research are at the center of all that we do."


Medterra also recently commissioned Baylor College of Medicine to conduct clinical trials on its pet products with outpatient senior dogs suffering from arthritis to measure the efficacy of its products, as well. The study found that 80 percent of participating dogs experienced some level of benefit, including an increase in willingness to play and run, and ease in lying and standing. 


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