July 1, 2014

PET-AG, Inc. has acquired Cat-Sip Real Milk Treat for Pets, developed by AKPharma, Inc.

Cat-Sip is made from real Grade A, 1 percent low-fat milk, treated with an enzyme to break down the milk sugar and make the treat lactose-free. It also contains Taurine, a nutrient that cats need for the health of their hearts and eyes.

This first-of-its-kind real dairy product offers the great taste and wholesome benefits of milk without the potential lactose-related digestive issues.

“With the purchase of Cat-Sip, we are able to expand on our milk-based nutritional product portfolio offered by PET-AG, Inc.,” said Rick Blomquist, general manager of PET-AG, Inc. “As we continue to build the PET-AG WELL ANIMAL GROUP portfolio, we remain committed to incorporating and developing more high-quality products such as this to support animals throughout every stage of life.”

For more information about Cat-Sip and other products from the PET-AG WELL ANIMAL GROUP, visit www.wellanimalgroup.com.

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