Henry Schein Animal Health is the leading companion animal health distribution company in the U.S.
Located in Dublin, Ohio, we employ approximately 900 team members, including 300 field sales representatives and 200 telesales and customer support representatives. With 12 strategically positioned, state-of-the-art distribution facilities and 10 inside sales centers nationwide, we maintain a greater than 98 percent order-fill ratio, accomplishing our mission to provide the best customer experience possible.
Partnering with over 400 of the leading animal health manufacturers in the world, we are positioned to bring the broadest selection of veterinary products and strategic business solutions to over 26,000 veterinary professionals nationwide, including:
- A comprehensive product offering for companion animal, equine and large animal practices including biologicals, diagnostics, nutritionals, parasiticides, pharmaceuticals and more
- Quality private label products at an affordable value
- Technology hardware and software solutions
- An extensive line of capital equipment and supply products, as well as repair services
- Practice design and remodeling solutions
- Home delivery and client marketing solutions
- Financial solutions for veterinarians and clients
Henry Schein Cares
In 2001, Henry Schein, Inc. established Henry Schein Cares, a formal global social responsibility program, to increase the delivery of health care services and information to underserved communities in the United States and abroad. Recognizing that the entire Henry Schein community, including Team Schein Members, customers, supplier partners and investors, could play a key role in this important mission, the Company founded the Henry Schein Cares Foundation — an independent 501(c)(3) — in 2008. The Henry Schein Cares Foundation mobilizes a wide variety of resources in pursuit of its mission to expand access to health care for underserved and at-risk populations.
Partnership with IVSA
Henry Schein has been supporting the Development Fund for 3 years starting 2015, as well as the Malawi Project with Mission Rabies. As of June 2015, we drafted an MoU with Henry Schein that will stand for 3 years. Their partnership has played a vital role in providing necessary equipment for several of our projects.