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 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.
Today, Zoetis was named one of America’s Best Midsize Employers in 2016 by Forbes Magazine. Zoetis is the only pharmaceutical company focused solely on animal health to make the list, and is ranked #81 out of 250 midsize companies.
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.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Simparica™, a once-monthly chewable flea and tick medication for dogs.
Clinton Lewis, executive vice president and president, International Operations at Zoetis, has been recognized by Savoy magazine as one of 2016’s Top 100 Most Influential African-Americans in Corporate America. He joins some of the nation’s most seasoned executives and business leaders, who were honored based on exemplary accomplishments and influence.
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.
Julie Carlson was named winner of the 2015 American Humane Association Hero Veterinary Technician Award because of her extraordinary work on behalf of animals and military veterans.
Dr. Scott A. Brown, Vice President of External Innovation, Veterinary Medicine Research & Development at Zoetis, shares Zoetis' approach to research alliances with organizations and companies across the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, agribusiness and animal health industries and describes the company’s research areas of interest.
More and more livestock producers are using genetic testing to improve their herds. As a result, veterinarians are seeking to help their clients better understand genomics.
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