Pfizer Animal HealthDecember 4, 2012
Pfizer Animal Health and Synbiotics have expanded their business to include equine frozen semen storage and shipping.
AQHA Corporate Partner Pfizer Animal Health now offers a state-of-the-art equine reproductive services through its wholly owned subsidiary, Synbiotics.
In response to growing demand from horse owners and veterinarians, Pfizer Animal Health and Synbiotics have expanded their business to include equine frozen semen storage and shipping.
The introduction of equine reproduction services is Pfizer Animal Health’s latest step towards its goal of becoming a comprehensive equine health and wellness solutions provider.
The Synbiotics team has been preserving and shipping canine assets from its AKC-approved Kansas City facility for more than 20 years. Today, its cryopreservation professionals store over 4,000 dogs’ semen and arrange more than 350 shipments to breeders around the world each year.
“As the No.-1 provider of equine health products in the U.S. 1, our team understands breeders’ emotional and financial investment in their horses’ genetic future,” said John Rooney, senior director of U.S. Diagnostics, Pfizer Animal Health. “That’s why our dedicated customer service representatives and on-staff veterinarians offer guidance and support at every stage of the storage and shipment process. With our deep knowledge of the animal health industry and Synbiotics’ cryopreservation expertise, we relieve the burden and liability of storing frozen samples, so our customers can focus entirely on accomplishing their breeding goals.”
Pfizer Animal Health’s incomparable approach to security is the hallmark of its equine reproduction services. The company’s storage facility is monitored 24/7, with a 1,500-gallon liquid nitrogen tank, a commercial-grade sprinkler system in case of fire, and an inner storage facility only accessible to specialist cryopreservation personnel. The company’s liquid-nitrogen shipper fleet is also continuously monitored to ensure that frozen collections are transported safely.
To learn more about Pfizer Animal Health’s equine reproduction services, please visit www.securelineage.com.
1Based on Q2 2012 MAT dollar sales from a U.S. Animal Health Study by the leading market research provider (Market Dynamics, Inc), which tracks equine purchases through veterinarians and OTC channels; certain outlets such as catalogue sales are not directly tracked.
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