Arrowhead Animal Health Offers Cooling Relief to High-Test Performance Training

Arrowhead Animal Health has announced its latest advancement in animal health and wellness products with a performance tested cooling bandage designed to cool the area of application by up to 10 degrees for up to two hours.
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Andover, MA (September 20, 2017) – Arrowhead Animal Health has announced its latest advancement in animal health and wellness products with a performance tested cooling bandage designed to cool the area of application by up to 10 degrees for up to two hours.

Arrowhead’s cohesive Cool Compressor Wrap helps animals with rapid heat recovery using a low-profile, latex-free stretch vet bandage. The Cool Compressor Wrap has a two-year shelf-life and a container that keeps the product fresh from start to finish and can be taken out on trail or track in an easy-carry, sealed container, and uses a mild cooling solution without irritative chemicals.

“This is an exciting new product innovation that provides cooling via a conformable stretch wrap that avoids ingredients that are controlled or banned from competitive racing or showing, and we are excited to introduce it.” said Jonathan McEuen, Vice President of Business Development at Arrowhead Animal Health. “Our product cools without inhibiting movement, and we’re inviting trainers and owners of hard-working animals to experience the Arrowhead difference.”

With over 34 years of experience in designing and manufacturing industry-leading tapes and wraps for the athletic market, Arrowhead is recognized as an innovator in performance products and the company is proud to bring this expertise to a product line built specifically for the animal health market

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