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SOURCE Dr. Darlene McCord Research

CORALVILLE, Iowa, Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pinnaclife Animal Health will be attending the 2014 Western Veterinary Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference will be held February 17-19th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Pinnaclife Animal Health is owned by parent company McCord Research, Inc., both founded by Darlene McCord, Ph.D., FAPWCA.

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Visit Pinnaclife Animal Health at booth #1775 and take advantage of our exclusive WVC show special, buy three products and get a FREE Wound Shield!

Pinnaclife Animal Health products are based upon the number one selling brand of hospital-based wound and skin care products.  For more than a decade the Olivamine® based product line has outpaced all other products.  Both the human and animal care products were developed by biochemist, Dr. Darlene McCord. Dr. McCord is an internationally renowned leader in skin and wound care product development.  Each animal care product was further tested by two of the industry's leading veterinary dermatologists Craig Griffin, DVM, ACVD and Wayne Rosenkrantz, DVM, ACVD. Together, Dr. McCord, Dr. Griffin and Dr. Rosenkrantz developed the products to meet the specific needs of veterinarians and their patients.

Pinnaclife Animal Health products are distributed exclusively through NDC, Inc. and are available to purchase through licensed veterinarians. Products are currently available through First Veterinary Supply, Grogan's Healthcare Supply, Merritt Veterinary Supplies, Midwest Veterinary Supply, NEVSCo, and Victor Medical Company.  Visit http://www.pinnaclifeanimalhealth.com/distributor for more information.

Websites
www.pinnaclifeanimalhealth.com
www.mccordresearch.com
www.pinnaclife.com
www.viniferamine.com

Social Media
www.facebook.com/PinnaclifeAnimalHealth
www.facebook.com/mypinnaclife
www.facebook.com/Viniferamine
www.twitter.com/mccordresearch
www.twitter.com/pinnaclife
www.twitter.com/PinnaclifePet
www.twitter.com/Viniferamine
www.twitter.com/DrDarleneMcCord

Blogs
www.pinnaclife.wordpress.com
www.authordarlenemccord.wordpress.com
www.pinnaclifeanimalhealth.wordpress.com
www.viniferamine.wordpress.com

For Further Information:
McCord Research/Pinnaclife, Inc.
Darlene McCord, Ph.D., CEO, CSO
inquire@pinnaclife.com
319-351-3201

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