In this section of the Purina News Center, you'll find our news releases. The releases are listed in chronological order and are archived by year.
- Oct 19, 2016Experts and Innovators Gather for Purina's Better with Pets Summit To Explore the Future of Pet CareThe fourth annual summit in Brooklyn, New York celebrated the evolving pet and owner bond, showcased the latest in pet care and wellness advancements, and revealed a new nutritional blend that will help improve and extend the lives of senior cats
Nestlé Purina, a global leader in pet care, hosted its fourth annual Better with Pets Summit at the Brooklyn Expo Center in New York City on Tuesday, October 18, bringing together pet community...
- Oct 12, 2016Ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Purina Pet Haven celebrates the third park opened as part of Urban Resource Institute and Purina’s partnership to support victims of domestic violence and their pets
Urban Resource Institute (URI) and Nestlé Purina PetCare hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 12 to celebrate the opening of the Purina Pet Haven, a space where residents and their pets can play in safety, located onsite at URI’s Urban Women’s New Beginnings domestic violence shelter.
- Oct 6, 2016Purina Canine Sports Medicine Symposium Attracts Top Rehabilitation Experts
Agility enthusiast Amber McCue of Bedford, New Hampshire, noticed her Border Collie "Notch" had slowed down in his course time. That was three years and a pulled hamstring injury ago. Experience...
- Oct 6, 2016Emerging Specialty Focuses on Rehabilitation and Recovery for Active Dogs
Canine athletes are leaping to new heights, running faster times and retrieving with greater endurance, with the help of proper nutrition and new learnings about veterinary sports medicine. Dogs...
Oct 3, 2016Purina and St. Louis-Area Shelters Launch Campaign to Showcase Local Shelter Pets and to Increase Pet AdoptionsThe “Consider A Shelter Pet” multimedia campaign will feature one of the region’s largest adoption events
Currently only 27 percent of household pets nationwide* – and 40 percent locally – come from shelters**, due mostly to common misperceptions about the behavior, health and age of shelter pets. To address this issue, Nestlé Purina and local pet shelters have launched the “Consider A Shelter Pet” campaign.