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Vetionx® Successfully Releases a New Anxiety Product for Pets to the Market(June 29, 2011)
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) June 29, 2011
Vetionx confirmed today they are releasing their new natural pet medicine Anxietrex. The new product is a pet counterpart to their extremely popular natural medicine for people Anxietin and was created in response to customer demand for a safe anxiety medicine for pets.
As we said earlier, noted CEO and President, Albert Douibes. We have very persistent customers. They let us know when they have a problem they think we can solve and developing Anxietrex is one of those solutions. We are enormously fortunate to have such a cooperative and loyal client base who trusts our products to help them manage these health issues.
Owners can now safely and quickly relieve their dogs anxiety symptoms, whether from separation or unexpected environmental disturbances. The medicine will be in liquid format for easy dosing and contains FDA approved active ingredients.
The new formula is in final testing phase and will be released sometime in early July of 2011. Customers are encouraged to watch for an announcement during this time confirming the product will be ready to order and ship.
Vetionx features a line of safe and effective pet health care products for all pets and animals, including dogs, cats, horses, birds and reptiles. The company has been manufacturing and selling OTC pet health products since 2005. Its headquarters are located at 4460 44th St. SE, Ste. C 600, Grand Rapids, MI, 49512.
At Vetionx, we believe in helping your pet restore natural balance. By providing valuable veterinarian health coaching and unique homeopathic/oligotherapeutic solutions, we help pets around the world lead long, healthy lives, naturally. Interested consumers can visit the Vetionx website at: http://www.vetionx.com/.
If youd like more information about our sister company, HelloLife or our products, visit the website at http://www.hellolife.net. For additional questions, please contact Jennie Mac Anaspie at 616.808.3290 x1028 or via email at jmacanaspie at hellolife dot net.
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