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How to get the most out of your pet’s life

ARIZONA, Ariz.

— You may have noticed that the name of the animal wellness program in your veterinarian’s office doesn’t look like it belongs on a pet nutrition label.

Instead, it’s the title of an online video, “Pets and the Holistic Approach,” which is part of a series that will debut on the Animal Health Center’s website Monday.

The video, which is the product of the Center of Advanced and Advanced-Grade Animal Wellness, is intended to introduce pet owners to a wide range of health care options, including vaccinations and preventive treatments for pets, as well as home-based wellness treatments for a pet’s digestive system and immune system.

The Center of Advance and Advanced grade programs are intended for the first and second-generation pets that are about to be adopted.

The videos will be made available to pets of all ages and stages of life from ages 6 to 90.

The videos feature a range of pets that range from puppies to large cats and from toddlers to adults.

The video will include information on vaccinations and other preventive treatments that pets will need, as the animals progress through the veterinary system.

The Animal Health and Wellness Center (AHCWC) at the University of Arizona in Tucson is among those partnering with the Animal Center of Arizona, which runs the Animal Well-Being Center in Phoenix.

The program, which also includes the Arizona Center for Animal Research, the Arizona Veterinary College and other veterinary colleges, is dedicated to increasing the health and well-being of animals and the people that care for them.