International Veterinary Sciences Donates Supplements to U.S. War Dogs Association

March 15, 2016

International Veterinary Sciences (IVS), a division of Animal Nutrition, Inc., has announced a donation of $11,000 in dog health supplements to the U.S. War Dogs Association.

Based in New Jersey, the U.S. War Dogs Association helps support canine military heroes that serve on active duty all over the world, as well as serving the needs of retired military dogs that have served in their younger years.

IVS donated over 35 cases of Arthramine, an American-made joint health supplement.

“This generous donation will assist us in the care of hundreds of dogs that have dedicated their life to the service of our U.S. Military,” said Ron Aiello, president of U.S. War Dogs Association. “We are extremely grateful for partnerships like this that help make a difference to the thousands of highly trained canine military around the world.”

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