Meridian Animal Health enters small animal product market

Meridian Animal Health enters small animal product market

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Feb 07, 2008
By dvm360.com staff

Meridian Animal Health entered the companion animal market in January with a line of products available exclusively through veterinarians. Initial products include liquid sutures; liquid bandages; fly and mosquito repellent spray for horses; natural flea, tick, and mosquito control for dogs and cats; natural calming agents for dogs; and natural joint therapy for dogs and cats.

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