Australian veterinarians can now purchase our full range of products directly from Zoetis.
Zoetis Direct is a business-to-business initiative. Zoetis does not supply products directly to the general public.
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Zoetis Direct evolves the way we deliver value to you, your clinic and importantly to your patients. You will enjoy transparent pricing, a simple ordering system, seamless delivery and easy access to expert advice through our direct distribution commitment.
Pregnant ewes are subject to a range of preventable diseases. These fall under:
Metabolic diseases are difficult to diagnose in the early stages. When the obvious visible symptoms appear the metabolic disease is established, losses are to be expected and treatment effectiveness is variable. Prevention is more cost effective and economically efficient when the sub-clinical and chronic losses are account for. The primary metabolic diseases are:
Preventable infectious disease have a severe economic and welfare impact when a sheep flock is afflicted. When the obvious visible symptoms appear the infectious disease is established, losses are to be expected and treatment effectiveness is variable. Prevention is more cost effective and economically efficient when the sub-clinical and chronic losses are account for. The primary preventable infectious diseases are:
Locomotion diseases (lameness), preventable by management
Lameness and locomotion diseases are difficult to control, treatment is costly and have a severe impact on animal welfare. Prevention through quarantine and management operations are the preferable methods of limiting the economic impact of lameness and locomotion diseases.
Effective parasite management is the key to limiting the impact of parasitic diseases. The integrated management of pasture, genetics, quarantine, chemical treatment and management operations are key to effective parasite management. The historical reliance on chemical treatment has caused severe parasite resistance Australia wide.
The core concepts of effective parasite management include: