CG Labs announces launch of their newest brand, Pet DNA Memorial
CG Labs, Inc. of Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada announces the launch of their newest brand, Pet DNA Memorial www.petdnamemorial.com. CG Labs is a DNA services company that has perfected the process of extracting DNA from a cheek swab or hair sample (no blood draw required) and binding the DNA to a substance that allows for room temperature storage indefinitely.
“Along with our other successful brands such as DNA Memorial www.dnamemorial.com and Secure My DNA www.securemydna.com, we have filled a unique niche in the pet market. “Pets are as much a part of our lives as our own DNA, so now a pet owner may have their pet’s DNA along with various keepsakes and jewelry with our Rainbow Collections. We also offer canine breed testing as part of our services to dog lovers. Because we are pet owners and lovers ourselves, Pet DNA Memorial will also engage with various pet organizations for awareness and fundraising” says Jeff Harbeson, President of CG Labs.
Pet DNA Memorial is available online at www.petdnamemoria.com; however distribution will include pet related websites, veterinary clinics, pet crematoriums and pet retail outlets. For information about how to become a Pet DNA Memorial distributer, affiliate website or retailer, contact Jeff Harbeson at email@example.com.
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