Based on Their Incredible Success from Facebook, Pet Research, Inc. Makers of Wag Lifetime Joint Care Announce Their "Complimentary Trial" Campaign

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Scientifically advanced ingredients elevate canine joint care to new level.

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Wag Lifetime Joint Care - Dog Joint Supplement

Joint health is a lifelong issue for dogs and, like many pet owners, I have experienced the pain of watching our dogs not respond to traditional supplements. - Chris Hall, President, Pet Research Inc.

After a year of unprecedented success, Pet Research, a developer of science-based supplements for pets, announces the launch of their free trial campaign for Wag Lifetime Joint Care: a complete joint supplement for dogs. This comes after achieving overwhelming success with the trial campaign through Facebook where Pet Research has amassed almost ten thousand subscribers. This all-natural supplement addresses every aspect of canine structural vitality – joints, bones, tendons, and ligaments. From overwhelmingly positive support online, especially outstanding Amazon reviews, Pet Research is so confident that dogs will see results. Pet Research is willing to give an absolutely no-cost 15-day trial of Wag Lifetime Joint Care.

“Joint health is a lifelong issue for dogs and, like many pet owners, I have experienced the pain of watching our dogs not respond to traditional supplements,” said Chris Hall, President, Pet Research. “After extensive research, we developed Wag Lifetime Joint Care using the most advanced ingredients on the market. The revolutionary formulation has allowed my dogs to regain the energy and mobility they had as puppies and our desire is to share our product with the public through our trial campaign.”

Inspired by the desire to bring vibrant health to canine companions, Pet Research developed Wag Lifetime Joint Care by creating a dynamic combination of scientifically proven ingredients including, NEM®, winner of the 2011 Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation of the Year Award in joint health. Derived from natural eggshell membrane, NEM® is a complete biological matrix of the essential building blocks of healthy joints. As the flagship ingredient, NEM® is clinically proven to be up to five times more effective than glucosamine and chondroitin and produces results in as few as seven to ten days.

NEM® works in synergy with these three additional next-generation ingredients to support complete canine structural vitality:

●    Microminzyme™, a proprietary complex of organic chelated trace minerals that is essential to the enzymatic reactions that build, strengthen and maintain healthy bones and connective tissue.
●    BCM-95®, an optimized curcumin extract from turmeric that has ten times better absorption than standard curcumin and supports the body’s natural inflammatory response.
●    BosPure®, an optimized Boswellia serrata extract that supports the body’s natural inflammatory response.

Wag lifetime joint care supports the complete structural vitality of dogs of all ages and breeds. Available at http://www.petresearch.com, Wag comes in a flavored, chewable tablet that dogs love.

To learn more about dog joint supplements and get your free trial of Wag lifetime joint care, visit http://www.PetResearch.com.

About Pet Research
Pet Research, located in Newbury Park, Calif., is a developer of science-based supplements driven by a love for pets and a passion for science. Founded in 2011, Pet Research is focused on creating and maintaining wellness though a scientific approach to health that embraces the whole animal. It is the Company’s mission to develop products that empower pet owners to experience the joy of having a healthy and vibrant companion. Through continuous research on the natural bioactive compounds that can support and optimize an animal’s functional systems and biological processes, Pet Research allows pets to thrive, not just survive. For additional information, please visit http://www.petresearch.com.

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