In our ongoing customer experience series, we interview Jessica, Senior Territory Business Manager, U.S. Petcare.
Tags: Companion Animals
Catch “a day in the life” glimpse of how our colleagues in the field bring value to our customers, how they live our Core Beliefs, and what they do to succeed – both personally and professionally.
Zoetis recently announced the expansion of its K-9 Courage™ Program to support two American Humane initiatives benefiting military dogs and service dogs that assist veterans: the Wags4Patriots program that helps provide service dogs for veterans who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), and the Emergency Veterinary Grants for Military Dogs program that awards financial grants to provide emergency treatment to retired military dogs in need.
Zoetis and veterinary practices across the United Kingdom are calling on dog owners to help raise vital funds to purchase a new assistance dog for the nonprofit organization Hounds for Heroes
Zoetis raised £20,000 for the nonprofit organization Hounds for Heroes with its ‘Pounds for Hounds’ fundraising campaign.
At Zoetis, we understand the special bond shared between people and their pets – and the importance of keeping our canine companions happy and healthy. Today we will focus on how we care for dogs from a dermatology perspective, just one of the many core areas of focus for Zoetis.
Continuing our series about the animals we care for, let’s take a closer look at our feline friends-- cats.
In this article, we look at recent examples of how Zoetis and our colleagues are supporting the communities where we operate.
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.
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.
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.
Through the support of Zoetis, the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF)
Whether it is sending a client a text appointment reminder, ordering medications online using the Zoetis e-Commerce portal or sharing news of interest with clients on Facebook...
On May 8, Zoetis joined the American Humane Association (AHA), researchers, families, and country-music star Naomi Judd for a special briefing before Congress.
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.
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.
The Zoetis for Shelters program provides exceptional discounts on many of the Zoetis products that shelters use most. The average shelter saves $4,592 a year. This money saved can instead go towards helping more pets find forever homes.
Karen Stasiak, Area Veterinarian for Zoetis, volunteers each year for the annual Can-AM Crown Sled Dog Race.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Simparica™, a once-monthly chewable flea and tick medication for dogs.
Zoetis recognizes that heroes come in many shapes and sizes – sometimes even on four legs.
First targeted antibody therapy approved for control of clinical signs of atopic dermatitis in dogs
Zoetis has joined an exciting new initiative working to advance the standards of small animal veterinary care across Africa.
Zoetis has created a new network to identify and quickly address emerging infectious diseases in livestock and companion animals, and enhance the ability to rapidly respond and help control them.
Following four years of extreme drought conditions, California's vulnerability to wildfires fires has drastically increased. In mid-September, the Valley fires of Northern California destroyed an...
At our heart, Zoetis is about caring for animals – and some animals need a little more care than others. Adopting an animal from a shelter has many advantages.
Dr. Catherine Knupp, executive vice president and president of Research and Development at Zoetis, shares her insights on the value of innovation to both animal and human health.
Dr. Alejandro Bernal of Zoetis shares his insights on the growing importance of digital services to the success of veterinarians and livestock producers.
Launches First Educational Initiative and Lays Groundwork for the Creation of New Veterinary Associations in Sub-Saharan Africa