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United States: in-house manufacturing of Virbac flagship parasiticide

Thursday, December 06, 2018 

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United States: in-house manufacturing of Virbac flagship parasiticide

In August, the FDA approved the transfer of production to the Virbac St. Louis site (Missouri) of a parasiticide for dogs acquired by the company at the beginning of 2015. The complexity of the industrial extrusion process required all the skills and attention of the American subsidiary and the Group's Production/Quality teams for nearly three years.

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A better dental care for an optimal dogs’ health

Thursday, November 22, 2018 

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A better dental care for an optimal dogs’ health

Bad breath is a common complaint of dogs’ owners but it can also be a sign of periodontal or digestive issues that can be painful for the pet. Thanks to a new formula, the C.E.T® VEGGIEDENT® FR3SHdental chews tackle the oral causes of bad breath and help to restore the animal's intestinal balance while freshening its breath. Available since 2018 in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Japan, they will gradually be present around the world in 2019.

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Supporting farmers to better manage swine reproduction

Thursday, April 12, 2018 

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Supporting farmers to better manage swine reproduction

One of the present challenges of swine producers is finding solutions that preserve farm productivity while reducing the use of antibiotics. In Europe, Latin America and Asia, Virbac is assisting veterinarians and farmers with technical solutions and on farm training that focus on prevention and are based on a good reproduction management.

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Facilitate diagnosis to better care for the animal

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 

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Facilitate diagnosis to better care for the animal

Since 2017, Virbac has been offering veterinarians Speed ReaderTM, a blood marker dosage analyzer with a series of biomarker tests. Usable directly in-clinic, these newest additions to the diagnostic range facilitate screening of common diseases in cats and dogs and ensure better monitoring of the animal.

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