At Zoetis, Our Core Beliefs culture provides a solid foundation for all that we do. In our operations around the world we aim to create an atmosphere where colleagues feel supported and empowered to reach their career goals, balance their work and home lives, and can give their best every day. We know when our people succeed, so does our business. Recently, Zoetis locations around the world have been recognized for their commitment to this culture. Read on to learn more.
At Zoetis, we’re committed to making a difference in the communities where we operate. We donate our products and services to help those in need, support the human-animal bond in meaningful ways, and use our resources to protect vulnerable animals. From France to Thailand, it’s a One Zoetis approach to creating a positive impact for animals and the people who love them.
At Zoetis, supporting our local communities is one of the ways we create value for our business and society. Our colleagues take pride in giving back and are willing to go the extra mile to support local charities. Read on to learn more about colleagues from many of our Zoetis markets who race to make a difference.
Zoetis colleagues make a difference in Colombia, Greece, Thailand, and the U.S.
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.
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
China Business Network recognized Zoetis with a Best Practice Award
From Exton, Pennsylvania, to Guangzhou, China, Zoetis colleagues race to make a difference in their communities
Social responsibility project helps small-scale dairy farmers
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-Sponsored Study Shows Therapy Dogs Help Families Cope with Childhood Cancer
The holidays are a special time for Zoetis colleagues to make a difference in their communities.
Zoetis EVP and President, International Operations makes Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America list.
Zoetis raised £20,000 for the nonprofit organization Hounds for Heroes with its ‘Pounds for Hounds’ fundraising campaign.
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.
In this article, we look at recent examples of how Zoetis and our colleagues are supporting the communities where we operate.
In the second article in a series on Our Six Social Responsibilities, we look at examples of how Zoetis promotes the veterinary profession.
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 colleagues make a difference in their communities throughout the year, but especially during the holidays, when giving is such an important part of celebrating the season.
The Zoetis team in Australia recently launched a campaign to help customers achieve their best mental health. In Australia, suicide rates are almost double in rural communities than they are in major cities, and many of the individuals lost to suicide, up to eight per day, are from the farming community.
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.
On May 8, Zoetis joined the American Humane Association (AHA), researchers, families, and country-music star Naomi Judd for a special briefing before Congress.
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.
For the third year, Zoetis proudly served as the lead sponsor of the Veterinary Wellness & Social Work Summit (VWSWS).
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.
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.
Kristin Peck, Executive Vice President and President, U.S. Operations, shares her insights on the importance of antibiotic stewardship.
Karen Stasiak, Area Veterinarian for Zoetis, volunteers each year for the annual Can-AM Crown Sled Dog Race.
Heidi Chen, General Counsel for Zoetis, was recently presented with the 2016 Justice in Action Award by the Asian American Legal Defense Fund, which recognizes outstanding achievements and efforts in advancing social justice in the U.S. Below is an adaptation of Heidi’s remarks from the event.
Zoetis has joined an exciting new initiative working to advance the standards of small animal veterinary care across Africa.
The Zoetis joint venture in Jilin, China announced on August 27 the launch of Rui Lan An™, a specialized vaccine to help control porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS).
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...
Zoetis has entered into a collaboration with The Roslin Institute at the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)
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.
Launches First Educational Initiative and Lays Groundwork for the Creation of New Veterinary Associations in Sub-Saharan Africa