Is Your Pet Green? Naturally Reducing the Carbon Paw Print with Arcanatura LLC

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Revolutionary green startup launches sustainable pet product line.

Arcanatura's introductory products.

Our products feature rare and effective plant-sourced ingredients, handpicked from around the globe.

There are over 200 million pets in America. Their environmental impact on the planet is often greatly underestimated. Arcanatura produces high-end, organic products for dogs, cats and horses that aim to reduce the extreme environmental impact pets have on our planet, while promoting holistic, alternative pet health.

Most products claim to be ‘natural’ or ‘effective,’ but Arcanatura’s products are both 100% natural and clinically tested, scientifically proven to be efficacious. “Our products feature rare, plant-sourced ingredients, handpicked from around the globe,” says CEO Serge Martinod, DVM PhD.

Fish oil may offer key nutrients to pets, but only at the risk of damaging the oceans - a vital but endangered resource. Arcanatura brings the alternative: a high-quality Omega-3 supplement that is plant-based to provide a dog or cat all of the proper nutrition without the worry of mercury tainting or promoting overfishing and collapsing the food chain. Arcanatura’s Resolution-3® products help heal allergic pets by soothing inflammation, itching and scratching. Other products include a natural de-skunk emergency kit and a healing ointment for horses. Their products contain no dyes, added fragrances or any chemical preservatives.

The brainchild of French veterinary partners Serge Martinod and Xavier Fargetton, Arcanatura launches this winter in America modeled after its three-year-old sister Arcanatura SAS in France. Arcanatura strives to promote pet wellness and the human-animal bond by providing both quality products and information directly to pet owners online. By tapping into the inexhaustible natural solutions the earth has to offer, Arcanatura provides the eco-conscious, pet-loving community with science-based, effective, herbal veterinary medicine.


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