Pura Naturals Pet Adds Collegiate Veterinary Program


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Pura Naturals Pet launched a Collegiate Veterinary Program targeted to future veterinarians.

 

The new program will aid collegiate veterinary programs in the U.S., providing donations of all-natural health and wellness solutions and training students and clinicians on how to administer these solutions to the companion animals they treat. By targeting future veterinarians, these students will be educated on additional options for organic and holistic healing for the patients and communities they support. 

 

As part of the new program, Pura Naturals Pet donated products to the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, at Tufts University in Massachusetts, for use in the school’s low-cost community veterinary clinic, as well as for its related outreach efforts and events for underserved local communities and pets.

 

“We’re proud to be a part of the growing awareness of organic pet wellness in the Veterinary community,” said Beth Sommers, president of Pura Naturals Pet. “Seeing their passion for animals and the good they are doing in their communities is inspiring. We look forward to supporting Tufts University and other future collegiate veterinarians with their work in clinical care.”

 

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