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Vetericyn inc. Partners with ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan

Vetericyn inc. Partners with ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan

Cesar Millan

Rialto, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2010

Vetericyn Inc., a California-based animal healthcare company, announced that it has entered into a new marketing partnership with Cesar Millan, host of the hit National Geographic Channel program “The Dog Whisperer.” Millan appears in advertisements for Vetericyn’s line of animal wound care products, which includes formulations for companion animals such as dogs and cats, as well as horses, birds, reptiles and other pets.

Since his program first aired in 2004, Millan has been called the “Dr. Phil for dogs,” offering strategies to rehabilitate aggressive, scared, lazy, compulsive and jealous dogs. Millan’s calm-assertive guidance principals help desperate pet-owners and their dogs undergo dramatic transformations that improve the quality of life for the entire household.

“For my fans and I, our dogs are our family. When they get hurt, we want to provide them with the best care possible,” said Millan. “Vetericyn® helps pets heal faster from a wound or infection, and that means fewer costly and stressful visits to the vet. It’s the first line of defense to keep our loved ones healthy and safe, and I’m pleased to have the opportunity to share this fantastic product with my fans.”

As part of the marketing partnership, Millan appears in several marketing videos for Vetericyn, as well as on Vetericyn’s Web site, YouTube channel and Facebook and Twitter fan pages. Vetericyn sponsors the “Ask the Vet” section of Millan’s Web site and is also prominently featured in full-page ads in Millan’s new bi-monthly magazine, Cesar’s Way, as well his weekly fan newsletter.

Vetericyn has continued to roll out an aggressive marketing strategy since first launching its line of animal wound care products to consumers and veterinarians in 2009. The company also recently announced a partnership with Clinton Anderson of the “Downunder Horsemanship” TV show airing on cable network RFD-TV.

Vetericyn® offers a treatment option that works in tandem with an animal’s immune system to fight infection and speed healing time. It is the first non-toxic broad-spectrum topical antimicrobial on the market. The landscape-altering wound and infection control technology kills bacteria (including staph and drug-resistant MRSA), viruses, fungi and spores without harming healthy tissue.

About Vetericyn Inc.

Based in Rialto, Calif., Vetericyn, Inc. is a privately held company that was formed for the purpose of providing premier healthcare products to the equine and companion animal markets. Vetericyn’s owner, the Burlingame family, has been in the animal market for over 40 years as owners of livestock and horses and breeders of hunting dogs and reining horses. For more information or to find a dealer near you, visit the Vetericyn Web site or call 866-318-3116.

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Q&A: What am I not doing right for my dog?

Question by Maltese Mamma (67 days!): What am I not doing right for my dog?
First let me state that I will call the vet when he opens here in a few minutes.

He is a 2 year old Maltese currently weighing 3 pounds 9 ounces. His 2 year birthday was 10/1, 2 months ago he hit 4 pounds 4 ounces (I weigh him monthly). The vet says that he is very healthy, he goes bimonthly for checkups because of numerous health issues when he was a pup. (when I got him I didn’t know much about telling a good breeder from a bad, and he came from a BYB) I love him and would give the world for him, but wish I would have been more knowledgeable when getting him. As per the vet he’s been eating (free fed) Merrick puppy kibble for 1.5 years (because its higher in nutrients) and also has a “treat” of Merrick wet at lunch, he came from the breeder eating Pedigree, which I thought was a good food. Recently he hasn’t seemed right, he’s his normal happy self but my “mommy instincts” say something isn’t quite right. His eyes are bright, just as playful as always, beautiful coat, very responsive, free of internal parasites, and sleeps about 10 hours a day. However he does shake a lot like he did when he was having hypoglycemic fits when he was a pup. I’ve been giving him nutrical and sugar water everyday. (the vet suggests that I do that for the rest of his life). Other than the weight loss and shaking tho, he seems perfectly fine. Am I being paranoid or is there an underlying problem that my vet is missing?

Also, his toes are really dry and flaky where his toenail comes out, could it be because his paws get wet when he goes out and I don’t dry them?

I forgot to mention, he doesn’t feel skinny or dehydrated. I feel his spine and ribs each day and do the skin pinch test, and he never feels skinny or dehydrated. He eats about 1.5 cups of food and drinks about 1.5 cups of water each day, which the vet also says is normal for a dog his size.

Also, we play half an hour of fetch twice daily and go on a half mile walk after “dinner”.

When I say health issues as a pup I mean that he had hypoglycemia that almost took his life, he also had a heatstroke and we had to administer CPR and also, he was once playing fetch on a hardwood floor, his front paws slipped out from under him and he hit his head, he had a seizure and his eyes rolled back, I gave him CPR on the way to the vet, and surprisingly he lived.
Infinitely Superior, if you recall the details of that question in regards to housebreaking, and the answers, it is I who wasn’t house broke. So yes. My dog is house broke and he hasn’t had an accident inside since.
Just because you think Ol Roy is a good food doesn’t mean anyone else does.
And grooming my dog poorly??? Excuse me but I’m a professional groomer, I know what needs done for a Maltese in regards to grooming.
And sugar isn’t poison, its reccomended by a vet.

Do you know anything about dogs?
As I stated yesterday, the more you answer questions the more your true ignorance shows, I’d stop while you’re ahead if I were you.

Best answer:

Answer by mr balloon hands
get him a llama.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!