The Prudence Beginning
How did the company known for award winning cat toys and safety products move into the supplement industry? All of the Bergan team members have pets in their lives. Like most pet owners we wanted our pets to remain healthy, active and live a fuller longer life. In order to promote our active lifestyle mission we needed to tackle the inside of our pets too; not just the outside.
Many consumers are frustrated with the current supplements on the market. Confusion around delivery, ingredients and efficacy they just feel overwhelmed. Tackling these issues one at a time became the mission behind Prudence!
Bergan has tackled the ingredient efficacy issues with today’s supplement offerings by partnering with world renowned nutrition and supplement experts. Enlisting help from leading companies such as Novus, J. H. Hare & Associates and Uckele Nutrition allows Prudence to offer not only superior ingredients but to package them together for greater bioavailability. With proprietary patented ingredients such as Natural Egg Membrane (NEM®), Hyperimmunized Egg and Krill Oil the Prudence supplement line is unmatched in results. The ingredients create an orthomolecular synergy in the pets system allowing each ingredient to be “super charged” and work at maximum efficiency with maximum results.
What does this mean to the consumer? It means a superior product, with unmatched results that pets will eat; AND NO MORE PILLS. You no longer have to put your pet into a head lock or chase them around the house to provide the best all natural, healthy supplements. Nor do you have to continue to throw your money down the drain with ineffective products that offer no true results or science.
Prudence is available in three formulations for dogs & cats; Hip & Joint, Immune Health, Skin & Coat as well as two specialized formulations for puppies; Puppy I.Q – Cognitive Health & Immune Health. Look for them at your local pet retailer or here on www.prudencepet.com.
Highest Quality Standards
NASC members must agree to adhere to NASC’s quality standards which include submitting to an independent audit to ensure conformance with quality system requirements.
NASC member companies are required to demonstrate compliance with the following criteria before they are granted permission to display the Seal on their products, websites, product literature and advertisements:
- The company must have a Quality Control Manual in place that provides written Standard Operating Procedures for production process control. This helps ensure the company is providing a consistent and quality product.
- The company must have an Adverse Event Reporting/Complaint System in place to continually monitor and evaluate products and ingredients.
- The company must follow proper Label Guidelines for all products and all forms of labeling.
- The company’s product labels must include any specific Warning and Caution Statements recommended by the Food & Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine and the NASC Scientific Advisory Committee for particular ingredients.