Product Categories


Health Happy: Skin and Coat

Skin Allergies


Anesthesia – Equipment Guide

Anesthesia Prospecting Tips

Equine Anesthesia


Addressing Anxiety

High Anxiety

Stressed Out

The Benefits in Addressing Behavior

Biological Indicators

Biological Indicators


Board Rules – Are your customers looking out for the safety of their patients?


Bordetella: Why Risk It?

Cushings Disease

Canine Cushing’s Case Files: The ins and outs of detection and treatment


Health Happy: Skin and Coat

Skin Allergies

Skin Deep


Understanding Diabetes

Equine Resources

Aging Gracefully

Barn to Barn Business

Cell by Cell Recovery

Sorting Out Supplements

Taking the Reins

Tools for Success


Calling All Cats

Feline Health – Help your customers focus on feline preventive care in their practices

Help Clinics Identify “Secret Cats”

High Anxiety

How customers can skyrocket their feline dental practice

Promote Feline Care Visits

Flea and Tick

At a glance: Understanding ticks

Flea and Tick Preventives

Flea and Tick Retail

Taking Control of Flea and Tick


Forecasting the Spread of Heartworm Disease

Heartworm Compliance – Getting pet owners to practice what a veterinary clinic preaches in effective heartworm preventive care.

Heartworm diagnosed by 75 percent of veterinarians

Heartworm Prevention

Heartworm Preventives: The Follow Through

Infectious Disease Trends

Infectious Disease Trends

IV Fluids

The Benefits of IV Fluids

Livestock Resources

CVM Guidance #120 Veterinary Feed Directive Regulation Questions and Answers

Pulmotil (tilmicosin) Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) checklist for cattle (Elanco)

The Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) and Related Information for Livestock Producers from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

Veterinary Feed Directive: Medically Important Antibiotics in Animal Agriculture

Understanding the Veterinary Feed Directive from NDSU Extension (PDF)

VFD Plan for Successful Transition (Zoetis)


Lyme and Lepto – Help prepare your veterinary customers for protecting and treating pets from these two expanding diseases


NSAIDs work…when used


Oral Care

February is National Pet Dental Health Month: an opportunity for distributor reps to engage veterinarians and staff in a discussion about oral health

The Dental Dilemma: Pets need regular dental work, but many fail to receive it. Here’s how you, the distributor sales rep, can help.

Focus on the Small Stuff: Start small to help veterinary practices grow dental-oral business

The Value of Oral Care – February is National Pet Dental Health Month… Don’t miss this opportunity to remind your veterinarian customers about the value of promoting oral care at their practice.

Dental’s Potential – Help your veterinary customers thrive with the right dental equipment and products

Dentistry for Boarders: Show Practices the Benefits of Dentistry for Boarders

Digital Radiography: Today’s Standard of Dental Care

Dispelling Dental Myths

Equipping the veterinary dental practice

How customers can skyrocket their feline dental practice

Improving Dental Compliance: What you can do to help

Lack of Oral History:  Dental care can be a driver for many practices, but data points to a lack of training on oral health issues at the nation’s teaching schools

Oral healthcare: Gaining home care compliance

Oral Health – The oral healthcare market is opening up, and that’s good for vets, reps and pets

The Word on Mouths: Don’t let your customers be bystanders to home dental business

Twelve basic steps for quality dental care

What’s Needed for Dental Procedures


Help Practices Solve More of Those Challenging Canine Otitis Cases

Otitis – Sales Meeting

Pet Obesity

Battling Pet Obesity


A Preventive Peace of Mind – Remind your customers to keep their clients on track with their summer travel plans.

Battling Pet Obesity

Heartworm Prevention

Implementing preventive health guidelines


Rabies: Testing and diagnosis

The Persistent Threat of Rabies

The Rabies Risk


Sorting Out Supplements

Surgical Suite

Equipping today’s surgical suite


Ties That Bond


The Rabies Risk