Bayer HealthCare's Animal Health Division kicks off its Bayer Advantage 2003 Pet Parent Program with 75,000 pets registered in the free club.
Bayer HealthCares Animal Health Division kicks off its Bayer Advantage 2003 Pet Parent Program with 75,000 pets registered in the free club. The program introduces new features including a Web site (www.Petparents.com) that will not only result in happier, healthier pets but more caring and responsible pet parents, the company says. Club members receive a journal to track their animals health, veterinary visits, vaccinations and treatments as well as memories and photos.Enrolling in the club gives pet parents access to information and advice from the Bayer Advantage Pet Parent Council whose members include company veterinarians and representatives from American Humane. Pet parents also receive coupons for Advantage flea control or Advantix, a triple-protection mosquito, tick and flea product for dogs.
For fastest response call (636) 343-1996 or visit the Web site at www.petparents.com.