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KeraVet Bio introduces new standard of care for veterinary wound management.

KeraVet Bio introduces new standard of care for veterinary wound management.

Today we launched our veterinary wound management product, KeraVet Gel. Traditional wound care in veterinary medicine has been limited to various dressings or wound products that require the use of an Elizabethan collar, commonly known as a cone. KeraVet Gel has been formulated to address the concerns of self-harming behavior, such as licking, and support better wound outcomes without the use of a cone.

KeraNetics selected for Advanced Technological Education impact video

KeraNetics selected for Advanced Technological Education impact video

KeraNetics is honored to be selected as a contributor to the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Impacts program.  This initiative, which includes the production of a compelling book and blog, aims to spotlight the profound influence of ATE funding.  Our involvement extends to a video within this program, designed to chronicle the personal journeys of individuals touched by these funds and illustrate how their stories intersect.

KeraVet Bio to sponsor ‘Puppy Snuggle Corner’ at Fetch Long Beach

KeraVet Bio to sponsor ‘Puppy Snuggle Corner’ at Fetch Long Beach

KeraVet Bio is the exclusive sponsor of the Puppy Snuggle Corner at the 2023 Fetch dvm360 conference in Long Beach, California, on December 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at the Long Beach Convention Center.
The Snuggle Puppy Corner will a be a cone free zone with dogs of varying ages and breeds playing and ready to snuggle in a special indoor play area in the exhibition hall.

KeraVet Bio signs with MWI Animal Health for product distribution

KeraVet Bio signs with MWI Animal Health for product distribution

KeraVet Bio, the manufacturer of KeraVet Gel, a wound management product for dogs and cats made from a propriety blend of keratin, announced today that it has entered into a distribution agreement with MWI Animal Health (MWI), a division of Amerisource Bergen.

KeraVet Bio selected for VMX 2024 Startup Circle

KeraVet Bio selected for VMX 2024 Startup Circle

Today we launched our veterinary wound management product, KeraVet Gel. Traditional wound care in veterinary medicine has been limited to various dressings or wound products that require the use of an Elizabethan collar, commonly known as a cone. KeraVet Gel has been formulated to address the concerns of self-harming behavior, such as licking, and support better wound outcomes without the use of a cone.

KeraVet Bio completed fundraising round of $1.6M

KeraVet Bio completed fundraising round of $1.6M

This exciting milestone propels KeraVet’s flagship product, KeraVet Gel, into their launch this fall. The conclusion of this round coincides with the completion of their animal-specific clinical trials work, carried out to further demonstrate the efficacy of the product.

KeraVet Bio announces Cherice Roth as Lead Medical Advisor

KeraVet Bio announces Cherice Roth as Lead Medical Advisor

KeraVet Bio, a veterinary health company, announced today they’ve brought on Dr. Cherice Roth, as their Lead Medical Advisor (LMA). Dr. Roth had previously served as a member of the KeraVet Bio Advisory Board, and when the time came for a LMA, Dr. Luke Burnett, CEO and Chief Science Officer, knew he didn’t need to look far to fill the role.

Dr. Ashley Bourgeois to give keynote at KC Fetch 2023

Dr. Ashley Bourgeois to give keynote at KC Fetch 2023

After years of manifesting her goal, Dr. Ashley Bourgeois’ dream of being a keynote speaker for the Kansas City Fetch Conference came true. Read on to why this keynote is so special to her and will help others navigate the delicacies of work-life balance.

KeraVet Bio joins the Fear Free initiative

KeraVet Bio joins the Fear Free initiative

KeraVet Bio is excited to announce that their flagship product, KeraVet Gel, is officially a Fear Free Preferred Product. Being a part of the Fear Free Preferred Product Program is important to the team at KeraVet Bio because they are working to create a new standard of care for wound management in dogs and cats.

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