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    Innovative solutions for cats, dogs, and horses.

    In the summer of 1994, our rescued white lab, Winston, was diagnosed with arthritis and hip dysplasia, and several veterinarians recommended putting him down. We began researching alternative medicine while working with Dr. Pedro Rivera, a renowned holistic veterinarian. After several months, we developed a natural joint formula that gave Winston a second chance at life. Winston went on to enjoy 10 long years of playing and swimming with his brothers. We soon found others who wanted only the best for their pets as well—NaturVet natural pet supplements were born.

    For over 20 years, we have been manufacturing natural products to ensure the superior quality of life our pets deserve. Garmon Corp. is a fully compliant cGMP Standards facility, following the highest industry standards. We are an FDA registered and audited facility, as well as third party audited by U.L. Labs.


    This Primary Supplier has been personally interviewed by NASC to ensure they understand membership requirements, as well as the quality standards they must uphold. They have also passed a rigorous independent audit of their facilities, earning them permission to display the Quality Seal, which demonstrates to consumers their commitment to the highest standards of quality in the industry.

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    Innovative Veterinary Care Journal bridges the gap between the worlds of allopathic and integrative veterinary care. Thousands of veterinarians and vet technicians are interested in ways to enhance their practice and update their skills…and integrative health is considered to be highly innovative and requested by patients along with a vast number of other traditional and emerging techniques. IVC features articles by some of the top experts, focusing on market trends in health treatments, new product features, industry news, how to create a strong retail experience, leading integrative modalities, and nutrition education not typically taught in vet school.