Animalcare products are supported by a team of experienced sales, marketing and technical professionals many of whom have worked in veterinary practice in the past as veterinary surgeons or qualified veterinary nurses. We also have a number of equine, animal and pure science graduates at first and post graduate degree level within the team.
Activities undertaken include
Technical SupportA complete service for technical support and advice is provided by a team of consultants, veterinary surgeons and product specialists. These experts are available to guide the Animalcare Marketing Department as well as assisting in Technical and Regulatory areas. Our technical and regulatory affairs are managed by a fully qualified veterinary surgeon who has overall technical control of all research and development projects for new products as well as appropriate technical and regulatory oversight of the manufacture of existing products.
Customer SupportAnimalcare products are supplied to all veterinary wholesalers in the United Kingdom, from our own warehouse situated at our headquarters in York . Our warehouse has full storage facilities including refrigerated and controlled drug storage. Also based at York is Animalcare’s experienced and professional Customer Service Team who provide the vital link between the business, our suppliers, our customers and other external stakeholders.
Industry SupportAnimalcare fully supports the efforts of many officially recognised industry associations. In addition to being members of the associations today and in the past, members of the Animalcare staff have been honoured to serve on the board or on representative committees of;
NOAH - The National Office of Animal HealthAMTRA - Animal Medicines Training and Regulatory Authority VPMA - Veterinary Practice Management Association
In addition we maintain close working links with amongst others;
BVA - The British Veterinary Association BSAVA - British Small Animal Veterinary Association RCVS - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons BVNA - British Veterinary Nursing Association