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JULY 2017

Each month we deliver content that helps you be the best human you can be for your pet. This month we're focusing on your dog, fireworks and the upcoming holiday weekend.

 
 
 
 
 

Fireworks and Your Pet: What You Should Know Before You Celebrate

Summer is here, and so is the highly anticipated 4th of July holiday weekend. Did you know fireworks can be one of the top triggers for your dog to act out because it is feeling anxiety, stress, or fear?


Seven Signs: Is Your Dog Scared of Fireworks?
This time of year, it seems the loud noises of bottle rockets and fire crackers are everywhere, and there are many signs of anxiety, stress, or fear every pet parent should watch for, including:

- Panting
- Shaking
- Crying
- Barking
- Digging
- Urinating
- Hiding

Learn more about your pet's anxiety and stress around fireworks and things you can do to help in this blog article.

 

 
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JUNE 2017

This email newsletter contains news, tips and other content that help you learn more about Neutricks, and, if you're a distributor, you can include in your marketing efforts and messaging.

 
 
 
 
 

Does your Veterinarian have Specific Senior Pet Programs for the pet and their pet parents?


In the recent DVM360 veterinary magazine survey, it was reported that most of veterinary hospitals do not have a special emphasis on Senior Pet Wellness. If your veterinarian or your practice does have a Senior Pet Wellness program – Congratulations!


For those who don’t there are great resources available from the AVMA, AAHA and even the DVM360 magazine web version. All these will have procedures, brochures and suggestions for a successful Senior Pet Program.

Here are some suggestions gleaned from these resources:

Make sure the entire staff is on the same page. You can use a chart that lists recommended procedures for every age. The chart can function as a reference for receptionists when they are checking in the patient.


Talk to your lab about custom panels or develop your own Senior Pet Panel.


Teach Team Members. Make certain that all on your team know the basics about common problems in senior pets.


Implement a Senior Pet Discount. A senior pet really needs to be seen more often so a discount could encourage more frequent visits.

Interested in Adding a Senior Wellness Program to your Practice?

Neutricks encourages you to do an on line research at DVM360, the AVMA or AAHA and check out all the great resources.

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Neutricks and Neutricks for Cats are an exciting new approach to healthy brain aging for the senior pet wellness market.

Based on the success of the protein “apoaequorin” (originally discovered in jellyfish) in canine trials, Neutricks developed two new supplements to support your pet’s cognitive health with a unique approach for both dogs and cats. Neutricks for Dogs has been formulated as a tasty chewable tablet that dogs love. Neutricks for Cats is available in a great tasting fish flavored sprinkle.

About Neutricks

Neutricks is focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of novel supplements to provide support during age-related changes in memory, cognitive performance and related issues of aging pets. The Company’s first product, Neutricks brand dietary supplement (apoaequorin), is now available for sale by veterinarians. Neutricks is backed by research that shows it helps support brain cell health.

Just like people, animals can experience mild memory problems associated with aging. A pet that seems strangely distant, confused, or disoriented, may be a candidate. More than 28 million pets (dogs and cats) in the U.S. have canine mild memory issues. Independent research and veterinarian testimonials have reported that Neutricks® has positive benefits on animals with mild memory issues. As veterinary care increases the life span of our pets, the senior pet wellness market will grow. The pet-nutritional market was valued at $2.1 billion dollars in 2007 and 43% of this figure is from the sale of pet supplements alone. Sales of pet supplements are expected to reach $1.7 billion by 2012. There is growing demand for new and effective products to meet the needs of older pets.

Better primary medical care has led to longer-lived dogs and cats, and a subsequent increase in the prevalence of senior mild memory issues. In a study at the University of California-Davis, 62% of 11- to 16-year-old dogs showed signs in at least one category of memory impairment. In a survey of pet owners, nearly half of dogs age 8 and older showed at least one sign associated with mild memory problems. The Veterinary Journal published a recent study of pets seen by veterinarians in whom they estimated that 14.2 percent of older pets presented with mild memory problems yet only 1.9% were addressing the problems.

 
 
    
 
 

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Hi Pet Parents,

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  • House soiling
  • Lack of sleep
  • Wandering aimlessly
  • Acting confused or lost

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MAY 2017

This email newsletter contains news, tips and other content that help you learn more about Neutricks, and, if you're a distributor, you can include in your marketing efforts and messaging.

 
 
 
 

It's Flea and Tick Prevention Season: Are Your Patients Protected?


Spring brings longer days, warmer temperatures, and the return of many common pests, including fleas and ticks. These common insects can be at best annoying, and at worst harmful to your pet’s health. Luckily, there are many ways you can protect them.

Continue Reading Our Flea and Tick Article

June Belongs to the Cats!
(and some dogs)


The month of June is a big month for our feline friends. It’s Adopt-a-Cat Month, and Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month, too. Additionally, it’s National Pet Preparedness Month.

Weeks:
1st Week in June: Pet Appreciation Week
The week after Father’s Day: Take Your Dog to Work Week

Days:
June 4: Hug Your Cat Day
June 9: World Pet Memorial Day
June 21: National Dog Party Day
June 23: Take Your Dog to Work Day

Buy Neutricks Directly From Us Via Our New Web Store

March and April were busy for us, and part of what we were working on included the launch of our new Neutricks Web Store, where we've made it easier for you to buy Neutricks for Dogs and Neutricks for Cats directly from us! 

Cognitive Health Resources for Veterinarians

The Neutricks Vet Portal is an area on the Neutricks website that provides research, marketing materials, a vet directory and other resources for veterinarians to ensure you are have what you need to promote, educate and consult on Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome with your patients.

  

 

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APRIL 2017

Each month we deliver content that helps you be the best human you can be for your pet. This month we're spotlighting our new Spring Guide for Senior Pets eBook and focusing on spring safety.

 
 
 

Easter Safety: A Tip for Pets

Easter can be a lot of fun for you and your family, but it can be incredibly dangerous for your pets. However, if you take the time to learn about the potential hazards that could be in your home during this holiday season, you can enjoy your celebration without worrying about your best friend— your senior pet.

Easter Lilies: Is there anything more beautiful than an Easter lily? These plants are very pretty, but they’re also very toxic to your pets, particularly our feline friends. Avoid bringing these seasonal plants into your home to keep your pets safe. Cyclamen and Amaryllis are also dangerous to pets, so be careful with any flowers or plants you bring in the house. If you must have a lily, choose an artificial one.

Get More Easter Safety Tips in our Spring Guide

Pet Holidays in April

You might think you know the holidays in April — Earth Day, Easter... what else could there be? Surprise! There are a number of pet-centric holidays that happen to fall in the spring. Maybe you’ll find one you’d like to celebrate with your senior pet!

National Pet First Aid Awareness Month

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month

National Pet ID Week (3rd Week)

National Pet Day (April 11)

International Guide Dog Day (April 26)

National Kids and Pets Day (April 26)

Hairball Awareness Day (April 28)

National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day (April 30)

Get More Spring Holidays in our Spring Guide for Senior Pets

New Neutricks Store: Now You Can Buy Direct with Ease 

Do you find it hard to remember to ask your vet about re-ordering more Neutricks? Now you can buy directly from us via our updated online store at Neutricks.com! 

Our new store allows you to checkout using our secure shopping cart, create an account, use available discount codes and more, all without having to leave our site. 

Visit our Neutricks Store

Updated Blog: Easier to Read, Better Subscription Options

We are excited to announce the release of our newly redesigned "Senior Pet Wellness Blog"!  Here are a few of the updates that this redesign includes:

Bigger Text Size: Our articles now have bigger and darker fonts for easier reading, plus links are bold and blue, making it easier to read and click on links of interest.

More Ways to Subscribe: Before you could only subscribe and receive an email digest once a month. Our new format now allows you to select from four (4) options:

Instant: Receive an email as soon as we publish a new article

Daily: Receive an email every morning if there is a new article

Weekly: Receive an email every Monday if there is a new article

Monthly: Receive an email on the first of the month with new articles

To choose your subscription, click "View the Updated Blog" below and use the subscription form at the top of the right column.

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MARCH 2017

This email newsletter contains news, tips and other content that help you learn more about Neutricks, and, if you're a distributor, you can include in your marketing efforts and messaging.

 
 
 

April: A Busy Month for Pet Holidays!

April is a popular time to be a pet or their parents! Take time this month to remind patient families to celebrate or observe the following holidays with their pets:

National Pet Day: April 11th is a great day for all pets!

Easter: We'll be publishing articles in April around Easter and safety tips to remember for your dog or cat. 

National Pet ID Week: Make sure your patients have ID tags and/or microchips to keep them safe and easy to find when they're lost!

Animal Cruelty Awareness Week: Learn the signs and stay informed about animal cruelty in your community.

Be the first to get our new "Spring Guide for Senior Pets" eBook

New Blog & New Store!

March has been a busy month for us! After our trip out to Las Vegas for the annual Western Veterinary Conference, we kicked things into high gear and released an upgraded version of our Senior Pet Wellness Blog and put the finishing touches on and released our new Neutricks Web Store, where we've made it easier for you to buy Neutricks for Dogs and Neutricks for Cats directly from us! 

Cognitive Health Resources for Veterinarians

The Neutricks Vet Portal is an area on the Neutricks website that provides research, marketing materials, a vet directory and other resources for veterinarians to ensure you are have what you need to promote, educate and consult on Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome with your patients.

Visit the Neutricks Vet Portal

  

 

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FEBRUARY 2017

This email newsletter contains news, tips and other content that help you learn more about Neutricks, and, if you're a distributor, you can include in your marketing efforts and messaging.

 
 
 
 
 

March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month: Promote Safety!

Are these common household items within reach of your patients? Take time this month to remind patient families to sweep their home for any hazards that can be moved or put away to prevent future risks.

Household Cleaners
Certain Plants (Complete List)
Potpourri and Candles
Medications
Certain Foods (Chocolate, macadamia nuts, onions to name a few)
Citronella Candles
Ice Melters
Cocoa Mulch
Fabric Softener Sheets
Rodent and Pest Traps

Get More Details About This Checklist

Celebrate Pet Dental Health Month with your Senior Pet

Do you have your recommended dental appointments scheduled for this year? How about for your dog or cat? February is Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s an important reminder that just like you, your pets can experience plaque and tartar build up that can eventually lead to periodontal disease.  

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10 Facts You Should Know About the Westminster Dog Show

The events of the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show begin on February 11, 2017. This venerable event allows all of us to see some amazing dogs doing some truly amazing things, whether you are cheering for the giant Irish Wolfhound or the tiny Yorkie.

See all 10 Facts about the WKC Dog Show

Cognitive Health Resources for Veterinarians

The Neutricks Vet Portal is an area on the Neutricks website that provides research, marketing materials, a vet directory and other resources for veterinarians to ensure you are have what you need to promote, educate and consult on Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome with your patients.

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JANUARY 2017

This email newsletter contains news, tips and other content that help you learn more about Neutricks, and, if you're a distributor, you can include in your marketing efforts and messaging.

 
 
 
 
 
 
January is National Walk Your Dog Month

January is National Walk Your Dog Month: Promote Exercise!

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to get more exercise? This is a common goal due to the fact that exercise holds many physical and even mental health benefits. Coincidentally, January is National Walk Your Dog Month: the fitness partner that you need to keep your resolution just may be sitting next to you right now.

Read More About National Walk Your Dog Month

February is Pet Dental Health Month

February is Pet Dental Health Month: Let Your Patients Know!

As January comes to a close, it's a good idea to start reminding your patients and their families that February is focused on caring for their teeth and gums to prevent periodontal disease or other serious conditions.  

Continue Reading about Pet Dental Health Month

Pet Exercise Programs for Senior Dogs and Cats

Pet Exercise Programs for Senior Dogs and Cats

Exercise is essential to your senior pet’s health, whether you have a dog or a cat. It can keep them at a healthy weight, and increase physical and mental stamina, all of which lead to a better quality of life.

Continue Reading about Senior Pet Exercise Programs

Neutricks Vet Portal

Our Research is now Easier to Find

Our research has always been available in the vet portal on our website.  However we've gotten feedback lately that it was still hard to find.  So at the end of 2016, we added a link to "Research" right at the top of our site in the main navigation.  This is a shortcut to the vet portal and gives you a quicker way to access the research section.  We hope this change will make our research more convenient to vets and other animal professionals.

Visit the Neutricks Vet Portal

 

 

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JANUARY 2017

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Each month we deliver content that helps you be the best human you can be for your pet. This month we're spotlighting our latest blogs.

 
 
 
 
 

Veterinarians Near Me: Finding Local Care for your Senior Pet

Finding the right veterinarian is important due to the fact that they will help you make many significant decisions about your pet’s care. Looking for a new vet, whether you moved or an old favorite retired, is a process that you should devote some time to.

Continue Reading About Finding a Local Vet

What is the Best Senior Dog Food for Small Dogs?

Small dogs are different from large dogs in many obvious ways, and in less obvious ways like nutrition as well. Choosing the right diet for your small dog as they get older will depend on many factors unique to your pet, but here is our guide to the issues you need to consider.

Continue Reading About Small Dog Senior Food

How to Care for a Senior Dog

Once you start attending to a senior dog, whether through a recent adoption or many years together, a lot of the best practices for your pet’s daily life stay the same, but a few do change. Here is our guide on how to care for a senior dog.

Continue Reading About Senior Dog Care

Give a Senior Pet a Home in 2017: Consider Senior Adoption

Senior pets are often the last to be adopted from shelters, putting them at increased risk of euthanasia. When you adopt a senior pet, you’re not only welcoming a lifetime of love into your home, you’re also saving a life. Plus they will be forever thankful to have a warm home and a loving family this holiday season!

Read More About Adopting a Senior Pet

 

 
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