KeraVet Bio to host pre-launch happy hour at AVMA  

By Michelle Barson, KeraVet Bio Staff

KeraVet Bio is hosting a KeraVet Gel Pre-Launch Happy Hour on July 15th in Denver, Colorado, at Bar AC. This event takes place during the annual American Veterinary Medical Associations (AVMA) Conference, which will take place from July 14 – 18 at the Denver Convention Center downtown.

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This happy hour event is being held in advance of launching our flagship product, KeraVet Gel, and is an opportunity for attendees to hear more from CEO and Chief Science Officer, Dr. Luke Burnett, on his latest innovation. Attendees will also hear from a few of our Advisory Board members, who are leaders in veterinary health, on why they are endorsing this this innovative, new product.

Our featured KeraVet Bio Advisory Board member attendees include Dr. Ashley Bourgeois, Dr. Cherice Roth, Dr. Ira Gordon, Dr. Courtney Campbell, and Scott Maloney.

We’re inviting all veterinarians and animal health professionals to come and check us out. We will have pre-launch samples available, on-site, for licensed veterinarians to request and take back to their clinics. We welcome all feedback and encourage photos and summaries of use.

I’ve had the opportunity to utilize KeraVet Gel on a number of patients and couldn’t be more happy with the results. While this is a wound product, focal disease (such as a hot spot) can be very problematic to the pet and owner. Having an alternative topical option that promotes wound healing and deters licking allows me to minimize the use of Elizabethan collars while effectively speeding up the healing process. Not to mention, this is a tool that I believe owners will want to have on hand when they know it is a season their pets allergies typically flares.

Dr. Ashley Bourgeois

Dr. Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Dip ACVD

Veterinary medicine is overdue for innovation in skin and surgical wound healing.  KeraVet Gel has the potential to improve wound recovery and the quality of life of pets recovering from skin injury. It’s exciting to be at the forefront of these advances. 

Ira Gordon

Dr. Ira Gordon, DVM, DACVR-RO

“While veterinary medicine has come a long way in complex wound healing, the focus has been on the medical efficacy not patient quality of life.  A wound healing gel that is designed to ditch e-collars has been a long time coming and it’s finally here!”

Cherice Roth

Dr. Cherice Roth, DVM

For a wound to heal quickly, it’s important not to touch it. Keravet Gel reinforces that axiom by incorporating keratin-based technology with a lick deterrent into one powerful gel. As the wound heals, I know that the keratin peptides are activating keratinocytes and causing them to proliferate throughout the wound. This helps the two main goals for any wound: faster healing with less pain. Keravet Gel achieves both while improving quality of life for pets and their families. 

Dr. Courtney Campbell

Dr. Courtney A. Campbell, DVM, DACVS-SA

The wound care space in animal health is extremely underserved, relying on old innovations.  KeraVet Bio impressed me with a truly meaningful solution for wound management, a product that ran the gamut of FDA to be cleared in humans, and now is available to our pets.  This is the kind of care our four-legged family members deserve.

Scott Maloney

Scott Maloney, MBA

Event Details


KeraVet Gel Pre-Launch Happy Hour

Where: Bar AC, located at 750 15th St., Denver

When: Saturday, July 15 from 4-7pm

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