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USA: Virbac launches a new dental Diagnostic Test

Monday, May 02, 2016 

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USA: Virbac launches a new dental Diagnostic Test

On March 1, 2016, Virbac US announced the launch of the C.E.T.® OraStrip® Dental Diagnostic Test (currently distributed in the USA), the first and only test in the animal health market that detects periodontal infection in dogs, providing visual test results to support veterinarians’ dental treatment recommendations and enhance client compliance.

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ACTIVYL® AND ACTIVYL® TICK PLUS

Friday, April 22, 2016 

Virbac has been distributing the parasiticide medicines Activyl® and Activyl® Tick Plus in Europe since January 1, 2016. The integration of these two medicines in the parasiticide product portfolio fulfils Virbac’s wish to offer complementary solutions to veterinarians.

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VETERINARY HPM: Virbac’s new generation Pet food!

Tuesday, March 01, 2016 

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VETERINARY HPM: Virbac’s new generation Pet food!

Virbac commercializes a new hyper premium nutritional concept for dogs and cats! 

Over the last months, Virbac has progressively launched its new range Veterinary HPM™ for cats and dogs in more than ten European countries (Denmark, Switzerland, France, Portugal, Spain…).

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Colombia: vaccines for companion animals, a dominant position

Wednesday, February 03, 2016 

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Colombia: vaccines for companion animals, a dominant position

26%. This is 2014 Virbac Colombia's market share on the dog and cat vaccines segment. This figure is evidence of the success that the subsidiary has met with in this fast-growing sector. The story of a lightningfast journey by colombian Marketing manager.

 

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New Zealand: Thrilling challenges ahead

Friday, December 11, 2015 

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New Zealand: Thrilling challenges ahead

New premises, dairy crisis, market concentration... 2015 is marking a turning point for the subsidiary in New Zealand. How are such evolutions to be tackled? Answers from general manager of the subsidiary.

 

 

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