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Vetionxs® Ask the Vet Veterinarian, Dr. Char Wilson, to be Extending Her Contract(May 24, 2011)
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Vetionx reported today their Ask the Vet personality, Dr. Char Wilson, will be extending her contract with the company.
Im so excited to share this news, said Dr. Char. I thoroughly enjoy my work with the company and most especially, with the hundreds of customers who send me in questions to answer on-air and by email.
I cant say enough about how valuable Dr. Chars work is for our customers, said CEO and President, Albert Duoibes. The trust our customers have in her and the valuable access she brings to them by sharing her advice on their pets health conditions is beyond calculation. We have customers who have a relationship with her extending back several years and look to her as a friend.
Dr. Char Wilson takes questions from customers via email and responds as her schedule permits. She also is a featured guest on This Vetionx Moment, a web show hosted by Gerry Barnaby, a West Michigan media personality.
Vetionx features a line of six 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. SW, 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/.
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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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