St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
True-Dose Pets is proud to partner with Chain Drug Consortium’s Premier Value brand. CDC, a co-op of independent chain pharmacies, provides a streamlined system for pharmacies to order and distribute True-Dose’s high quality pet supplements as part of their Just Fur Pets Program.
In its last five years, True-Dose has been proud to support independent pharmacies, including providing Calming Sample Packets sample products and pharmacy bag stuffers. True-Dose is excited that its line of pet products is now available for purchase at CDC independent pharmacy members Lewis Drug, Kinney Drugs and Discount Drug Mart.
About True-Dose Pets
True-Dose uses patented technology to provide pets with a higher level of quality in nutritional and functional supplements. Our supplements are manufactured at human-quality, pharmaceutical-grade levels, following the same strict testing and quality standards mandated by the FDA for state of the art pharmaceutical product manufacturing. True-Dose is an industry leader in maintaining standards to ensure the quality and safety pets deserve.
True-Dose supplements have been clinically proven to have a faster absorption rate and higher peak concentration than tablets and chewables in a head-to-head, crossover study conducted by the Oklahoma State University Veterinary Animal Science and Research departments.
True-Dose currently has products for canines and felines to address agility, joint care, calming, skin and coat, wellness, and dental problems. For more information about True-Dose and its products, please call us at 877-447-7710, or visit our website: http://truedosepets.com/.
About Chain Drug Consortium
Chain Drug Consortium (CDC) is a global collaboration of over 1,150 retail stores and $8 billion in annual retail volume, with 65 million annual prescriptions. CDC provides innovative, cost-effective, competitive advantages, including pharmacy purchasing services and seasonal, import, and domestic general merchandise, for its member organizations.
For more information, visit the CDC website at: http://www.chaindrugconsortium.com/ or call 561-392-3327.