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Give the Gift of Quality of Life to Your Pet This Holiday Season
Date:12/26/2013

Poway, California (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

Vet-Stem, Inc., the leading regenerative veterinary medicine company, out of San Diego County, California offers horse and pet owners the ability to give the gift of Quality of Life this holiday season and in the New Year. Vet-Stem’s services include banking of small amounts of a pet or horse’s stem cells, with the ability to grow additional cells as stem cell doses may be needed. Stem cells are commonly used for arthritis, joint issues, and tendon or ligament injury.

The New Year brings an onslaught of puppies, gifted through the holidays, coming in for vaccines and health checks. Most owners are not thinking about a few years down the road when their pet slows with age, or stops enjoying activities due to pain, injury, and inflammation. Injury and arthritis can cause decreased ability and motivation, which can decrease a pet’s Quality of Life. Stem cells are a natural, non-prescription way to provide relief from the pain of injury, inflammation and arthritis. Owners can enjoy the security of banking stem cells for future use much like new parents invest in banking cord blood for their child’s future.

Puppies receiving spay or neuter services can have a small, grape size, amount of fat collected for Vet-Stem’s StemInsure service. The fat is shipped overnight to Vet-Stem’s lab and processed, extracting the stem cells for banking and the possibility of future Cell Culture. Puppies are not the only ones that can have a fat collection done during anesthesia services, but pets scheduled for dental cleanings as well as pets receiving orthopedic or arthroscopic surgeries.    

All can benefit from Vet-Stem’s Cell Culture process. This provides a lifetime of therapeutic doses from a small amount of stem cells, by growing them, without having to collect more fat or have additional surgery. For more uses and expected results of Vet-Stem Regener
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