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Vet-Advantage Digital Edition: MAY 2018

» VFC: Q&A WITH BEN SHAW AND STANLEY BERGMAN

Henry Schein’s spin off of its animal health business to Vets First Choice will create an enhanced value chain that connects the veterinarian, the manufacturer, and the pet owner according to Ben Shaw and Stan Bergman. READ MORE.
 

» ZOETIS TO BUY ABAXIS

This acquisition would enhance Zoetis' presence in veterinary diagnostics. The $2B deal is expected to close later this year an has the potential to really drive the diagnostics business forward.READ MORE.
 

» HOLISTIC THERAPIES FOR VETERINARY PRACTICES

Across the United States and beyond, a growing number of pet parents are looking for natural products and alternative healthcare solutions. READ MORE.
 

» MORE THAN ONE MODEL 

Pet medication and wellness company acquires veterinary clinics in bid to move closer to pet owners. READ MORE.

» CAPC RELEASES 2018 PARASITE FORECASTS

Heartworm, Lyme disease predicted to be more problematic for pets.  READ MORE. 
 

» SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Be aware of the signs of foreign animal disease. READ MORE.

January 2018 Digital Edition
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Vet-Advantage: BLOG UPDATE

HELPING VETERINARY PRACTICES CHOOSE THE RIGHT EXAM GLOVES

Helping Veterinary Practices Choose the Right Exam Gloves:  Ventyv Gloves When it comes to choosing veterinary gloves, there’s not much to think about. As a Distribution Sales Rep (DSR), you visit practices, they place their glove orders with you, and that’s it. Right? Well… not so fast. As you know, there are hundreds of glove choices, and it can be overwhelming for your customers to try and pick the right gloves for different needs and staff members. That’s why we’re devoting this post to the ins and outs of choosing the right exam gloves. Click here to Read More.



3 SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT MANAGING VETERINARY OSTEOARTHRITIS IN 2018Pain Management Toolkit

As a Distribution Sales Representative (DSR), you can make a major difference to pets suffering from osteoarthritis (OA). Yes, you can help more dogs and cats — of all ages — get the treatment they need and deserve. Now, you may be thinking, “Really? I’m not a practitioner or even part of a treatment team, so how can that be true?” That’s what we’d like to explain here. Click here to Read More.