Lansdale, Pa.-Veterinary colleges nationwide now have the opportunity to purchase a license to a comprehensive database of companion animal nutritional data and research.
Lansdale, Pa.-Veterinary colleges nationwide now have the opportunity to purchase alicense to a comprehensive database of companion animal nutritional dataand research.
BioValidity's Pet Nutrition Knowledgebase, previously exclusively availableto corporate clients, is now available to veterinary schools, animal healthinstitutions and research universities in North America.
The database contains data on canine and feline nutrition as well asinformation from more than 16,000 research articles. Users can search contentby nutritional ingredients, health concerns and body systems.
The information is compiled in cooperation with university-headed scientificresearch teams. The pet nutrition database research team is based at TexasA&M University. An advisory board of veterinarians reviews and approvesany released research results.
Visit www.biovalidity.com or call (888) 355-4255 for more information.