As the voice of Purina’s science, we promote global collaboration and knowledge exchange with veterinary and scientific thought leaders about proven nutritional science to help pets live better, longer lives.
Unfortunately, facts get confused with fiction as they’re met with more and more conflicting and often unreliable sources of information.
By sharing fact-based scientific information, and having proactive discussions with pet owners, together we can take back the nutrition conversation.
We are also focused on the future and bringing to life the findings of Purina’s Research & Development (R&D) network. Every day our researchers imagine the impossible and unleash the power of nutrition to help pets live better, longer lives. With a relentless drive to discover nutritional breakthroughs, Purina has been instrumental in shaping the science of pet nutrition. The research spans a number of areas, including:
The heart is a vital organ that relies on key nutrients and a continuous supply of energy to support and maintain a regular rate and rhythm. Purina’s research shows that a specific blend of nutrients can help improve cardiac function and slow progression in dogs with early stage myxomatous mitral valve disease.
Discovering how to prevent Fel d 1, the major cat allergen, from triggering an allergic response, Purina’s scientists have potentially transformed the lives of pets and their owners – without impacting the cat’s overall physiology.
In order to identify opportunities for nutritional intervention, Purina’s research starts by exploring the effects of nutrition on cellular and molecular processes using genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics and metagenomics.
Years of groundbreaking research by Purina demonstrating a strong link between nutrition and cognitive function in our pets.
Purina’s scientific research highlights the importance of maintaining microbiotal balance, along with strategies to how this can be achieved.
Purina’s research has demonstrated how weight management and targeted nutrition can extend the healthy lives of our pets.
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1. Source: Ipsos (2014). Vet Tracker US.