RAMSEY, N.J. – As September’s Happy Healthy Cat Month draws to a close, Orivet Genetic Pet Care, a leading international personalized medicine and genetics testing organization, is encouraging cat owners to remain conscious of their cat’s health throughout the year.
Happy Healthy Cat Month is an annual observance during the month of September, which serves as a reminder and educational opportunity for cat parents interested in improving their pet’s mood and overall health. However, veterinarians and genetics experts at Orivet are prompting cat owners to remain actively involved in their pet’s health care.
Orivet utilizes new innovative DNA-based technology to help pet parents keep their pet healthier and happier by analyzing their pet’s unique genetic code.
“Happy Healthy Cat Month and similar annual observances are essential because they help spread useful information and reminders relevant to improving pet health and happiness. However, we are urging cat owners to remain mindful of their cat’s health needs year round,” said Dr. Noam Pik, CEO of Orivet. “Our mission at Orivet is to help pet owners better understand their pet’s unique genetic traits and individualized health needs.”
With Orivet’s DNA testing, pet owners can access a customized health dashboard for their pet, which includes breed information, inherent disease screening results and personalized life plans that serve as a care roadmap for their pet.
Every personalized life plan created by Orivet is tailored to meet the individual needs of a specific pet. Each life plan considers the specific traits and inherent risks of a pet and assists pet owners, along with their veterinarian, to prevent, diagnose and treat conditions earlier and more effectively.
Pet owners interested in testing their pets can request a DNA collection kit for free at www.orivet.com or visit participating veterinary practices.
About Orivet Genetic Pet Care
Orivet Genetic Pet Care is a leading personalized-medicine organization offering innovative health care solutions for veterinarians and pet owners. The organization was founded in 2010, on the premise that each and every pet is unique, with its own set of specific traits, behaviors, genetic health needs and inherent risks. Orivet works with veterinarians, pet owners and responsible pet breeders to provide practical, evidence-based platforms focused on identifying risk and improving clinical outcomes.