Contact: Sean Martinie
Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. Launches COBALEQUIN™ Cobalamin Supplement.
LANCASTER, SC (January 16, 2016) – Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. (Nutramax) is pleased to introduce COBALEQUIN™ cobalamin supplement. COBALEQUIN contains a form of cobalamin shown in studies to be bioavailable and to increase serum cobalamin concentrations in dogs and cats. This product is an example of the core philosophies of Nutramax: meticulous quality standards and a foundation of compelling research, supporting some of the most innovative animal health supplement introductions in the veterinary market.
“I am particularly excited about an oral cobalamin supplement in the form of a chewable tablet that is specifically formulated for dogs and cats. This new formulation should make cobalamin supplementation easy for any pet owner and will make it a lot easier for veterinarians to recommend cobalamin supplementation to their clients.” – Jörg M. Steiner, med.vet., Dr.med.vet., PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM-CA, AGAF
COBALEQUIN is formulated specifically for dogs and cats in tasty chicken flavored chewable tablets.
COBALEQUIN is available only through veterinarians in two convenient presentations:
- Chewable Tablets for cats and small dogs (<22 lbs) – 45 count
- Chewable Tablets for medium and large dogs – 45 count
About Nutramax Laboratories
Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. develops supplements for pets to help support their quality of life. Products include DASUQUIN®, the #1 veterinarian recommended joint health supplement brand,* and DENAMARIN®, the #1 veterinarian recommended liver support brand.† Other supplements include products for behavior, urinary tract health, digestive health and skin/coat health plus overall wellness. To learn more, call (888) 886-6442 or visit nutramaxlabs.com.
* Source: Among veterinary brands. Survey conducted in February 2014 of small animal veterinarians who recommended oral joint health supplements.
† Source: Survey conducted in February 2014 of small animal veterinarians who recommended liver support brands.