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Dr. John F. Prange

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Member

Lehigh Valley Veterinary Medical Association
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • DVM
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree
    University of Missouri
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Web References
Alburtis Animal Hospital
www.alburtisanimalhospital.com, 31 Oct 2010 [cached]
John F. Prange, DVM
Dr. Prange joined our staff in June, 2008. He brought with him 39 years of veterinary experience. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1969 from the University of Missouri. He has owned and managed practices in Missouri for 15 years, and has served as the President of the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Prange has served as the Technical Services Manager for Hill's Pet Products, Inc., presenting lectures to veterinarians on nutrition and nutritional-related diseases. He has served an the Director of Veterinary Marketing for the Ralston Purina Company in St Louis, and as the Vice President of Quality Assurance at ALPO Pet Foods, right here in Allentown. Dr. Prange spends his days off volunteering his services for a local non-profit animal rescue association. He is a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (past President), the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, and the Lehigh Valley Veterinary Medical Association. His broad range of expertise and experience makes him a valuable source of knowledge both for our staff and for our clients, and we believe you will find him to be thorough, informative, and easy to understand.
Product Test: Oxyfresh Pet Oral Hygiene Solution/ November/December 2000 Good Dog! Magazine
www.gooddogmagazine.com, 4 May 2002 [cached]
I was turned on to Oxyfresh by Dr. John Prange.John is an old friend who has worked for Purina, Hill's and ALPO.He's been busy getting veterinarians and dentists involved in Oxyfresh.And he's risen to Pet Division Leader for the whole company.
The Pet Oral Hygiene Solution contains Oxyfresh's unique active ingredient, Oxygene® stabilized chlorine dioxide, plus zinc acetate and atouch of chlorophyl.It eliminates bad breath, and zaps the bacteria which forms plaque.It's non-toxic, and safe for the dogs and cats.
Best of all, it works.I can really see the difference in every one of the furkids.
Sergeant's Pet Products - About Us
www.sergeants.com, 24 April 2001 [cached]
"With cases of Lyme and other insect-borne diseases a growing concern, controlling and preventing these pests on your pet is very important," said John F. Prange, DVM, past president of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition."The latest technology in flea and tick control for pets is available in over-the-counter products, so a sound prevention program no longer has to be expensive or inconvenient for pet owners."
A good flea and tick prevention and control program for dogs and cats helps reduce health risks that are related to parasite infestations.
"Many veterinarians like to use the phrase ‘prevent and protect' because the best way to protect against the health problems caused by these insects is to control the infestations early on or better yet prevent them entirely," Prange said."Heavy infestations of fleas and ticks can cause a myriad of health-related problems ranging from lesions on the skin as a result of scratching, to secondary consequences such as anemia."
A highly effective, yet affordable, method of preventing and controlling fleas and ticks on dogs is the long-lasting squeeze-on product sold over-the-counter at major discount and grocery outlets.
"Topically applied products, such as Sergeant's® PreTect® Flea and Tick Control, provide veterinary-quality protection against fleas, ticks and mosquitoes and are typically less than one-half the cost of products sold at veterinary offices," Prange said.
Information - Judges and Speakers
www.groomteamusa.com, 2 April 2001 [cached]
Dr. John Prange Dr. Prange owns Oxyfresh, and is past President of the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association and of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition.He is the former owner of the St. Charles Animal Hospital & Clinic, former Dietary Management Clinician, Hills Pet Products (Midwest Region) and former Director of Marketing, Ralston Purina Company, to mention just a few of his varied accomplishments
All American Grooming Show Speakers and Judges
www.aagrmgshow.com, 27 May 2003 [cached]
DR. JOHN PRANGE, from Davidson, North Carolina, has owned veterinary practices for fifteen years, and held field and management positions with Hills Pet Products, Ralston Purina and Alpo Pet Products.
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Dr. Prange has built a successful Independent Oxyfresh distributorship and is the Pet Division Leader for Oxyfresh Worldwide.
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