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New PurinaCare(R) Pet Health Library Helps Pet Owners Provide a Lifetime of Health and Happiness for Their Dogs and Cats
Date:1/16/2009

SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- For many pet owners, there is no value that can be put on their beloved four-legged friends. They understand that caring for their dogs and cats is a lifetime commitment that begins the day they bring their new best friends home. From insuring their pets to staying informed of the latest advances in veterinary medicine, today's involved owner wants access to the most current, relevant information available to help them make decisions in the best interest of their dogs and cats.

Recognizing this need, PurinaCare(R) pet health insurance is introducing a comprehensive information library on its Web site, http://www.purinacare.com. The new PurinaCare Pet Health Library will provide pet owners with access to hundreds of articles and videos on a wide variety of pet health and pet care topics, including innovative new veterinary technology, pet nutrition and routine care. Veterinarians can also use the library as a referral source for patients in need of information on caring for their pets. Content for the PurinaCare library is being provided by Animal Care Technologies (ACT), a leading provider of training resources, videos and DVDs for the veterinary and animal shelter industries.

"PurinaCare is committed to the well-being of pets throughout their lifetimes," said David Goodnight, D.V.M., president and chief operating officer of PurinaCare Insurance Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nestle Purina PetCare Company. "By providing this comprehensive information database, which will feature continuously updated content, we are providing pet owners and veterinarians with a one-stop resource to help them stay informed about the most current information on pet health."

The PurinaCare(R) Pet Health library is launching in January 2009. In addition to accessing this new information resource, pet owne
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