Revival Animal Health Acquires Arenus Animal Health

The acquisition marks a significant milestone for both companies, as they join forces to revolutionize the landscape of animal health and wellness.

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Revival Animal Health Acquires Arenus Animal Health from Hygain Feeds International, Inc., Ushering in New Era of Animal Care Solutions

Orange City, IA. – Revival Animal Health a leading provider of equine, dog and cat products and solutions, proudly announces the acquisition of Arenus Animal Health (Fort Collins, CO), a renowned company specializing in innovative supplements and care solutions for horses. This strategic acquisition marks a significant milestone for both companies, as they join forces to revolutionize the landscape of animal health and wellness.

The acquisition of Arenus Animal Health aligns with Revival Animal Health’s commitment to providing comprehensive and effective solutions for both horse and pet owners, trainers, breeders, dealers, animal welfare organizations and veterinarians. By integrating Arenus’ expertise in veterinary medicine and nutrition with Revival’s extensive product offerings and distribution network, the combined entity will be uniquely positioned to address the evolving needs of animals and their caregivers.

Kevin Bareira, Chief Executive Officer of Hygain Feeds International, said “It has been a fantastic journey working with the Arenus team – their passion for solving equine health issues using a scientific-based and customer-centric approach is phenomenal.  We are excited about transitioning the business into the Revival ecosystem and believe that this partnership will enhance Arenus’ place as a leader in the equine health industry and provide the platform for continued growth and development of the Arenus business.”

Lynn Snodgrass, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Revival Animal Health, expressed enthusiasm about the acquisition, stating, “We are thrilled to welcome Arenus Animal Health into the Revival family. Their dedication to scientific research, quality ingredients, and holistic animal care perfectly complements our own mission of improving the health and happiness of pets. Together, we will continue to innovate and deliver superior solutions that empower both horse and pet owners to provide the best possible care for their beloved companions.”

Founded on the principles of exact science and deep passion, Arenus Animal Health has earned a reputation for excellence in developing premium supplements and liniments for horses. Dr. Jay Altman, President of Arenus Animal Health, shared his thoughts on the acquisition, remarking, “Joining forces with Revival Animal Health represents an exciting opportunity to expand the reach of our products and advance our mission of researching and developing complete health care solutions that are technologically advanced. Our dedication to develop equine veterinarian accepted and recommended products will continue and be highlighted through this partnership. Together, we will continue to uphold the highest standards of quality and efficacy, ensuring that every animal receives the care and support it deserves to be both healthy and perform to its potential.”

The acquisition of Arenus Animal Health by Revival Animal Health is effective immediately. Customers can expect a seamless transition, with continued access to the same high-quality products and exceptional customer service they have come to expect from both companies.

For more information about Revival Animal Health and its products, please visit

About Revival Animal Health

Since 1989, Revival Animal Health has been a trusted partner in supporting animal professionals – breeders, shelters, rescues, veterinarians, and more. Revival is committed to offering a variety of animal health products like vaccines, reproductive health aids, supplements, and prescription medications to its customers, helping them keep their animals healthy. For more information, visit


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