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VetCentric Announces Partnership With Pfizer Animal Health
Date:2/15/2010

GLEN BURNIE, Md., Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- VetCentric, Inc., the nation's largest practice-to-home delivery provider of prescription medications and veterinary therapeutic and wellness diets, announced today a partnership with Pfizer Animal Health, opening up the full suite of Pfizer products to VetCentric's partner clinics for home delivery. Pfizer Animal Health is the world's leader in the discovery, development and manufacture of veterinary-prescription vaccines and medicines for livestock and companion animals worldwide.

"We are excited about this agreement and what it means for our partner clinics," says Ted Root, President and CEO of VetCentric. "In addition to expanding access to the complete Pfizer product line, we are pleased that our clinics now can be assured of the full-manufacturer's guarantee for all of their home delivery products fulfilled by VetCentric."

Veterinarians partner with VetCentric for many reasons, including the company's ability to increase patient compliance on average over 200%. This increased compliance results in more successful therapeutic results. This partnership further substantiates VetCentric's commitment to supporting the veterinary industry and its recognition that VetCentric only deals with partner veterinarians where there is a validated Vet-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR).

About VetCentric:

VetCentric, Inc., a privately-held company headquartered in the Baltimore-Washington area, is the only national veterinary-focused pharmacy offering home delivery of FDA and EPA approved pharmaceuticals, compounded medications and diets to pet owners on behalf of veterinary clinics.  Its comprehensive suite of services provides clinics with an online store that allows customized product selection and pricing, home delivery and client communication services.  VetCentric firmly supports the Veterinarian-Client-Patient relationship in all its business practices, allowing veterinarians to stay at the center of their patients' care while improving service, encouraging compliance and decreasing clinic operating costs. 

In the past 10 years, VetCentric has partnered with thousands of veterinary clinics to fill in excess of 2.5 million prescriptions for nearly 500,000 pet owners.  Its pharmacy complies with the licensing and inspection requirements of all states in which it does business. For more information, please visit www.vetcentric.com.

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