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TEEF Developers to Partner with Veterinary Hospitals Association

Glenn Polyn//January 7, 2021//

TEEF Developers to Partner with Veterinary Hospitals Association

Glenn Polyn //January 7, 2021//

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Press release: TEEF

Primal Health is excited to announce its new partnership with the Veterinary Hospitals Association (VHA), the leading association for veterinary practices in the Midwest.

“It’s exciting to kick off the new year by partnering with TEEF by Primal Health,” explained VHA executive director Jeff Benson. “This new product is unlike others in the market, and we are proud to partner with a Minnesota company to introduce this innovative product to the veterinary market.”

Since 1984, VHA has remained steadfast in their commitment to veterinary practice members and the industry as a whole. VHA continues to support local community organizations, including the statewide Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA). They also partner with the MVMA and the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine for the Minnesota Veterinary Institute.

“We are incredibly excited to partner with the VHA,” said Dr. Emily Stein, Primal Health (TEEF) inventor and CEO. “It is an honor to introduce our new product and technology to veterinary professionals through this very well-established, member (and mission)-driven organization.”

As part of this agreement, VHA will distribute TEEF for Life products in their warehouse for veterinary practice members to purchase for their hospitals. TEEF’s patented prebiotic formula, Protektin42 is powered by science that works to improve the oral microbiome using 100% safe, bioactive ingredients. Combining the fundamentals of microbiology and molecular nutrition, Dr. Emily Stein developed an easy-to-use water supplement that targets the root cause of gum disease and bad breath.

Veterinary Hospitals Association (VHA) was established in 1984 and is a not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting veterinary professionals and practices by offering solutions that enable them to grow, learn, and succeed. VHA currently serves over 440 member veterinary practices in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.