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Fostering the Profession Worldwide

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We resolve to contribute to the long-term growth and success of the veterinary profession. Our commitment is steadfast both in western countries where the profession is long-established and in nations where the role of veterinary professionals in society is emerging and growing in importance.

Zoetis Commitment to Veterinarians™ - The Commitment to Veterinarians initiative in the United States is our pledge to invest, train, and educate current and future veterinarians. We pledge to continue leading the industry in research and development and philanthropic support of the veterinary profession. The Zoetis Commitment to Veterinarians is a promise of support—a platform to help address the many challenges facing the veterinary profession and to ensure a successful, vibrant future.

International Veterinary Collaboration for China - Zoetis is a founding member of the world’s first international animal health consortium that helps advance veterinary medical education and practice standards in the People’s Republic of China. International Veterinary Collaboration for China (IVCC) is the first collaboration of its kind between veterinary colleges in the United States and the United Kingdom and Chinese universities to help prepare a growing community of highly trained veterinary professionals well-prepared to help the nation’s farmers produce a safe, sustainable supply of pork, poultry and dairy foods.

African Small Companion Animal Network - The African Small Companion Animal Network (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 sub-Saharan Africa and to help combat rabies. Through this program, Zoetis is helping to stand-up a sustainable network of small animal veterinary professionals across Kenya, Namibia, Niger, Tanzania, and Uganda, enabling the connections that can help improve the standards of veterinary practice and access to care.