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VetCentric Partners with Dechra Veterinary Products
Date:2/13/2009

Home delivery of Dechra's full product line, including VETORYL(R) Capsules, now available

GLEN BURNIE, Md., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- VetCentric, Inc., the nation's largest practice-to-home delivery provider of prescription medications and veterinary therapeutic diets, today announced an affiliation with Dechra Veterinary Products. VetCentric's prescription management service enables Dechra to expand its reach to veterinarians and pet owners by utilizing VetCentric's unique veterinary-supportive business model.

The agreement provides VetCentric's partner clinics with access to the entire Dechra otic, dermatological and ophthalmic product line, including VETORYL(R) Capsules, the newly FDA approved drug for the treatment of Cushing's Disease in dogs. This cutting edge medication provides veterinarians with a powerful new tool to treat a very difficult disease. Veterinarians now have the ability to prescribe this innovative treatment directly through VetCentric, providing convenient home delivery for their clients and increasing compliance which results in better control of this disease.

"Our relationship with Dechra is an important step in our pursuit of offering the highest quality and most comprehensive selection of veterinary products to the practices and clients we serve. This announcement further solidifies VetCentric's position in the industry as the leading provider of veterinary pharmacy services on behalf of the veterinarian," said Ted Root, President and CEO of VetCentric.

VetCentric's prescription management, pharmacy, and home delivery services for veterinarians improve inventory management, pet owner compliance and leads to better veterinary practice economics. VetCentric is the only national veterinary-focused pharmacy offering convenient home delivery of prescription medications and therapeutic diets to pet owners on behalf of veterinarians. By partnering with veterinarians, the
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