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Reflects strong financial performance and revenue growth over six consecutive years
On May 1, 2019, Zoetis was named the first Human-Animal Bond Certified Company by the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) and the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI).
Zoetis colleagues make a difference in Colombia, Greece, Thailand, and the U.S.
Zoetis has been named one of the 2019 Top Companies for Executive Women by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). This honor recognizes U.S. corporations where there is a strong focus on best practices that demonstrate effectiveness in moving women to senior ranks.
Zoetis received top honors in the Best New Product - Companion Animals category for Core EQ Innovator™ vaccine for horses in the 2018 Animal Pharm Awards competition.
Learn about scientific insights into the biology of skin allergy conditions in dogs from Dr. Andrea Gonzales of Zoetis
In this Innovation at Zoetis podcast, learn how genetic testing is helping farmers improve the health and performance of their herds, and the profitability and sustainability of their farms.
Up to 20 percent of food production animals are lost to disease annually with an associated cost of $120 billion from 1995 to 2008, according to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). Preventing and controlling infectious diseases is important to protect animal and human health; to help assure a safe, sustainable supply of animal protein; and to safeguard the livelihoods of farmers.
At Zoetis, we know the human-animal bond is powerful. We’ve supported studies to show the benefits of therapy dogs for oncology patients and raised awareness about the ways pets can make people healthier. Now our colleagues in Spain are building on this work by sponsoring therapy dogs for children with autism, to help them develop social skills for the future. Read on to learn more about how these dogs, with the help of Zoetis, are making a difference in children’s lives.
Attributing much of his success to a curiosity for learning through different experiences
Zoetis donates products and services to animals in the South Pacific
The A.L.P.H.A. initiative progresses with local partnerships, veterinary training, and responding to emerging disease
Zoetis hosts a unique event to connect the local food community with the public
Zoetis mobilizes response to outbreaks of infectious diseases through the its newly created Center for Transboundary and Emerging Diseases.
An Editorial by Juan Ramón Alaix, Chief Executive Officer, Zoetis
Social responsibility project helps small-scale dairy farmers
On February 1, 2013, Zoetis officially became an independent company with our initial public offering (IPO) of stock on the New York Stock Exchange, and today we are celebrating our five-year anniversary around the world!
Zoetis CEO Juan Ramón Alaix presented at the J.P. Morgan Global Healthcare Conference on January 10, 2018, where he outlined the company's plan for future growth and value creation.
Kristin Peck, Zoetis Executive Vice President and President, U.S. Operations, shares an editorial about why customer experience matters and how Zoetis is raising the bar to enhance customer connections.
“Where the Jobs Are” story highlights veterinary jobs outlook and opportunities at Zoetis
Zoetis EVP and President, International Operations makes Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America list.
Continuing our series about the animals we care for, let’s take a closer look at our feline friends-- cats.
Dr. Alejandro Bernal, Executive Vice President and Group President, Strategy, Commercial and Business Development shares an editorial about future opportunities in aquaculture.
While the flood waters have largely cleared in Texas and Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the need for rescue and relief continues to be critical. As always with disasters like this, Zoetis colleagues are doing what they do best: supporting customers and communities by volunteering at make-shift shelters, providing emergency veterinary services, organizing pet supply donations, and filling orders for emergency product requests from our call center operations and distribution centers.
Our Six Social Responsibilities define how we at Zoetis make an impact on society while creating value for our business. This article takes a deeper dive into examples of Zoetis workplace safety programs – one of the many ways we make sure we run our business ethically and responsibly.
At the end of June, Zoetis joined 19 industry partner organizations at the University of Surrey’s School of Veterinary Medicine for the fifth Med-Vet-Net Association conference.
Zoetis is the animal health partner in a new five-year collaboration of public and private partners drawing on expertise in human and veterinary medicine taking aim at innovative vaccine solutions to control infectious diseases caused by bacterial pathogens.
In this article, we look at recent examples of how Zoetis and our colleagues are supporting the communities where we operate.
Zoetis colleague Dr. Christine Jenkins addresses veterinary graduates at Tuskegee University.
Clint Lewis, President of Zoetis International Operations, recently contributed an article on the topic of accountability to Leader to Leader Journal. Read an adaptation of his feature, which ran in the spring 2017 publication.
In the second article in a series on Our Six Social Responsibilities, we look at examples of how Zoetis promotes the veterinary profession.
Zoetis recently launched its first-ever national, direct-to-consumer television advertising campaigns in the U.S. since becoming an independent company. Two brand-new Zoetis ads started airing on TVs across the U.S. this week, one featuring the company’s canine allergic itch tablet, Apoquel®, and the other starring Simparica®, a once-monthly chewable parasiticide that helps protect dogs from fleas and ticks.
Recently, Zoetis introduced our Six Areas of Responsibility, which define how we make an impact on society while creating value for our business. This article, the first in a series on our corporate social responsibility program, examines how we at Zoetis advance animal health by solving the health challenges facing our customers.
Did you know some of the most common health challenges for dairy cattle producers include reproduction, milk quality, hoof management, and infectious diseases? Today we will focus on how Zoetis helps farmers manage the health of their herds by providing treatments, vaccines and other preventative measures through education, genomic testing and data analysis.
As part of our series about the animals we care for at Zoetis, let’s take a closer look at beef cattle.
Zoetis recently won two awards for industry-leading innovation in the 2016 Animal Pharm Awards competition. Animal Pharm, the most widely read newsletter reporting on the animal health industry, announced the award winners on January 17.
Chief Executive Officer Juan Ramón Alaix presented at the J.P. Morgan Global Healthcare Conference on Wednesday, January 11th, marking the third year in a row that Zoetis has spoken at this important industry event.
Zoetis recently sponsored the DOGRUN event in Argentina, which aimed to raise awareness among dog owners about the importance of regular veterinary care for their pets.
Zoetis joined the conversation at the 2015 World Exposition (Expo Milano), contributing to advancing solutions to help the world’s livestock farmers produce more with less.
Raising and caring for sheep and goats requires a variety of health management approaches that support wellness and maximize the potential of the flock and herd.
Fish are unique among the species at Zoetis because different types of fish are treated by different types of medicine. In this article, we take a closer look at the fish we help care for.
American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, recognized what we at Zoetis have known for a long time: Dr. J. Michael (Mike) McFarland, Group Director, Companion Animal Marketing at Zoetis, is an exemplary advocate for animals. Mike recently received the National Humanitarian Medal, American Humane’s most prestigious honor.
Zoetis is doing its part to help animals affected by the recent devastating flooding in Louisiana.
The fifth article in our series about the animals we care for focuses on horses and equine health. At Zoetis, we work with veterinarians, horse owners and other equine professionals to help horses live longer, healthier lives.
The connection between humans and animals is powerful. The human-animal bond can be made even more powerful with the help of veterinarians.
At Zoetis, we are committed to providing poultry producers and veterinarians with cost-effective solutions for managing disease, optimizing flock performance and driving sustainable profitability. We work closely with our customers to help them raise healthier birds, using our broad portfolio of vaccines, feed additives, biodevices, diagnostic tools and technical services expertise.
Dr. Scott A. Brown is vice president of External Innovation, Veterinary Medicine Research & Development at Zoetis. Here he shares his thoughts about the human and animal health connection.
Zoetis recently responded to a dog rescue effort in Howell, New Jersey, where nearly 300 dogs were in need of veterinary care and forever homes.
At Zoetis, we understand the importance of establishing strong swine health programs to prevent, treat and control disease in herds. That’s why we work every day to provide a variety of preventative and therapeutic products that contribute to the wellness of pigs and help improve the efficiency and profitability of swine producers’ farms.
Two academics, a student, and one of the world’s most distinguished veterinarians are embarking on four separate research projects to promote small animal health and fight rabies in Africa. These projects are all being undertaken in conjunction with the African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN). AFSCAN was co-founded by Zoetis, the World Small Animal Veterinary Association Foundation (WSAVA) and other animal health organizations in 2014 to advance standards of veterinary care across Africa and to help combat rabies.
Dr. Mahesh Kumar, Vice President, Global Biological Research and Development at Zoetis shares his insights on taking a One Health approach to combating emerging infectious diseases.
New infectious diseases and new subtypes of ever-present diseases are constantly emerging. These diseases can affect animals and people alike. Zoetis is at the forefront of the battle to combat bacteria and viruses threatening animal health.
Kristin Peck, Executive Vice President and President, U.S. Operations, shares her insights on the importance of antibiotic stewardship.
First targeted antibody therapy approved for control of clinical signs of atopic dermatitis in dogs
Zoetis marked the completion of a 19,000-square-foot, three-story expansion at its manufacturing site in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Clint Lewis, Executive Vice President and President, International Operations at Zoetis, shares his insights on the critical role that animal health plays in creating a safe and abundant food supply for a growing global population.