WINPRO Performance Products

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    Powerful support for dogs with jobs. WINPRO® is a revolutionary new line of functional soft chews targeted to sporting, working and show dogs. The stresses of working, training and competing can cause inflammation throughout your dog’s body, making the work he loves feel more like a chore. The highly functional animal blood proteins in WINPRO® are especially effective in boosting immunity and helping dogs cope with and recover from the effects of stress and inflammation. Dogs love the flavor of all-natural WINPRO® soft chews, which can be given once daily to help maintain peak condition, and twice daily when your dog is experiencing stress or performing intense activity.


    By joining NASC, not only is this Primary Supplier’s heart in the right place, they have also shown their dedication to protecting the integrity of the animal health product industry, which affects all stakeholders – the most important of which are the animals themselves. In order to obtain permission to display the NASC Quality Seal, this Primary Supplier still must successfully pass a rigorous independent audit of their facilities. The Quality Seal demonstrates to consumers that the company is committed to the highest standards of quality in the industry.

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