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New Company Enters Companion Animal Veterinary Medicine Channel
Date:1/21/2008

Meridian Animal Health, LLC, Launches Innovative New Companion Animal

Products Available Exclusively Through Veterinarians

OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Meridian Animal Health, LLC, a new Omaha-based company, enters the companion animal veterinary medicine channel in 2008 with a new line of innovative products for the veterinary profession. The products, available exclusively through veterinarians, include pharmaceuticals, therapeutics, supplements, parasiticides and other pet care products.

"Meridian Animal Health is unique among manufacturers of health care for companion animals," says Alan Brown, chairman of the board of Meridian Animal Health, LLC. "Our products feature exclusive properties that deliver real value to veterinarians and pet owners. We work closely with veterinarians and veterinary schools and aspire to earn the trust of doctors and pet owners."

Initial products from Meridian Animal Health include:

-- Liquid sutures

-- Liquid bandages

-- Fly and mosquito repellant spray for horses

-- Natural flea, tick and mosquito control for dogs and cats

-- Natural calming agents for dogs

-- Natural joint therapy for dogs and cats

These products are available through companion animal veterinarians nationwide.

"Since companion animals are part of the family for many pet owners, the demand for effective and safe products continues to grow, especially for aging pets or those with chronic conditions," says Brown. "We strive to develop and provide advanced solutions to both veterinarians and pet owners and are driven by a commitment to innovation in practice."

Working in consultation with a corporate advisory board made up of companion animal veterinarians, scientists and university researchers, Meridian Animal Health has additional products in its research and development pipeline.

"Meridian Animal Health is not interested in becoming the largest su
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