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January 13, 2023

AnimalBiome Releases Groundbreaking Gut Health Study In Domestic Cats Revealing important information for pet food manufacturers, veterinarians and cat owners

AnimalBiome recently announced the publication of a new study led by Chief Science Officer, Dr. Holly Ganz, entitled “The Kitty Microbiome Project: Defining the Healthy Fecal ‘Core Microbiome’ in Pet Domestic Cats.” The results of the study report on a healthy fecal microbiome dataset for domestic cats and an analysis of how different environmental influences impact the gut health of cats.

January 12, 2023

AnimalBiome Releases Groundbreaking Study on Fecal Microbiota Transplantation in Cats with Chronic Digestive Issues

AnimalBiome is pleased to announce new research on fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) in cats with chronic digestive issues. Despite an extensive body of published research on the use and efficacy of FMT in humans, up until now, only two individual case studies have been reported in domestic cats. The new AnimalBiome study is far more comprehensive, reporting on the application of oral FMT capsules in 68 cats reported to have chronic vomiting, diarrhea, and/or constipation.

September 21, 2022

AnimalBiome celebrates Cat and Dog Gut Health Awareness day by launching their inaugural State of the Gut™ report to raise awareness about the importance of cat and dog gut health

AnimalBiome, the world’s leader in science-backed microbiome testing and restoration products for companion animals, announces the launch of their first annual State of the Gut™ report. Based on seven years of testing the gut microbiome of cats and dogs, and a survey of 2,000 cat parents and 2,000 dog parents in the United States, the report comes in two versions: one for consumer pet parents, and another for veterinary professionals.

October 20, 2021

Morris Animal Foundation Receives $200,000 In-Kind Research Gift from AnimalBiome

Morris Animal Foundation, a nonprofit leader in advancing animal health, announced today that AnimalBiome, a biotechnology company specializing in pet microbiome assessments and restoration, has donated biological testing to the Foundation valued at $200,000.

July 20, 2021

AnimalBiome Closes $8.6 Million Series A Investment Round, Positioning The Pet Microbiome Innovator To Create Novel Microbial Cocktails for Companion Animals

Science-based animal health company, AnimalBiome announced today that it closed an $8.6 million investment in Series A funding to accelerate growth and create new microbial cocktails for companion animals. The round was led by Cargill. Additional investors include SOSV (IndieBio) along with Moai Capital, Digitalis Ventures, Michelson Found Animal Foundation, and R/GA Ventures.

February 6, 2020

AnimalBiome Completes $1.5M Seed Funding Round, Hires Carlton Osborne as CEO

AnimalBiome, a leader in the dog and cat health microbiome sector, has completed a seed funding round totaling $1.5 million, bringing their total raised to date to $2.25 million. The company was founded by researchers at the University of California, Davis and Berkeley in late 2016. AnimalBiome completed IndieBio’s life science accelerator program in 2017, and Leap Venture Studio’s accelerator program in 2018. AnimalBiome provides personalized recommendations for nutrition and supplements based on genetic sequencing of bacteria in the microbiome of companion animals.

February 26, 2019

AnimalBiome Selects Loop Genomics to Expand Microbiome Testing Capabilities to Support Clinically Actionable Decision-Making for Veterinarians

AnimalBiome, the leading companion animal microbiome company, has selected Loop Genomics long-read 16S Microbiome kits to help it expand its microbiome testing capabilities to provide veterinarians with practical, clinically-actionable insights regarding the gut health of dogs and cats. Proactive management of the gut microbiome holds great potential to reduce the incidence of chronic illnesses, including Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Metabolic Syndrome, among others. In fact, more than 50% of pets will develop a condition associated with an imbalance in the microbiome in their lifetime.

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