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Bioiberica launches Condrovet Force HA at the GEMFE Congress in Feline Medicine

29 Jan 2018
Companion Animal Health
  • The 7th Congress in Feline Medicine was held in Cordoba on 26-28 January
  • Bioiberica Veterinary was one of the event’s main sponsors

The Association of Spanish Veterinarians Specializing in Small Animals and the Feline Medicine group organized, for one more year, their Congress in Feline Medicine. Over three days the most important veterinary experts in all of Spain, as well as top international speakers, were present at this event.

During the congress, Bioiberica presented their most recent product: Condrovet Force HA, a new generation of chondroprotectors against joint wear and tear of small pets. Condrovet Force HA Cats combines, in the same product, chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine, hyaluronic acid and pharmaceutical grade native collagen type II.

Condrovet Force HA Cats is available in packs of 45 palatable capsules and is designed for cats suffering from osteoarthritis or degenerative issues of the joint cartilage. It is also useful for recovery after joint surgery. The incorporation of ingredients such as chondroitin sulfate (CSBioactive), hyaluronic acid (Mobilee) and native collagen type II (b-2Cool) make it one of the highest quality products available in the market.

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