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Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  November 5

Banfield Pet Hospital® today welcomed Jim Ashby as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, Jim will lead Banfield’s field leadership team and the operations of the practice’s more than 1,000 hospitals, providing strategic direction for future business growth – including new hospital openings and acquired practices – by...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  October 15

Banfield® Pet Hospital today welcomed Jesper Frederiksen as Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Senior Vice President of Information Technology (IT). In his new role on Banfield’s senior leadership team, Jesper will provide overall leadership and strategic direction to all areas of the Information Technology organization, including Enterprise...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  June 26

Banfield Pet Hospital® today released its 2017 State of Pet Health™ Report, highlighting a widespread trend of overweight pets nationwide. One in three pets that visited a Banfield hospital in 2016 was diagnosed as overweight or obese—and in the past 10 years, Banfield witnessed a 169 percent increase in overweight cats and a 158 percent increase...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  January 3

In 2016, Banfield Pet Hospital continued to encourage its doctors to engage with the broader veterinary profession by lending their expertise to various professional associations across the country. One of the primary ways Banfield has supported these leadership opportunities is by facilitating doctors’ involvement in their respective state...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  September 11, 2016

HABRI study: Education leads to better care for pets The notion that education can lead to behavior change is not a new one. As a practice, we educate our clients on the importance of preventive care—from dental health to proper nutrition. The Human Animal Bond Research Initiative (HABRI) has taken this notion one step further through their recent...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  August 31, 2016

Rabies doesn’t often make U.S. headlines, but it still poses a huge problem globally. In fact, a hospital in Blantyre, Malawi, reported the highest number of child deaths due to rabies anywhere in Africa. Banfield veterinarian Dr. Megan Davis, from our location in Estero, Florida, was one of the volunteer veterinarians determined to help change...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  July 19, 2016

Banfield Pet Hospital is a proud supporter of the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative (HABRI) Foundation and the great work it does to generate awareness of the powerful positive impact of the human-animal bond. In addition to collecting and housing research, there are more than 12 distinct HABRI-funded studies on the human-animal bond currently...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  April 20, 2016

Today, we released our annual State of Pet Health Report—our comprehensive report comprised of medical data from the nearly 2.5 million dogs and 500,000 cats seen in our hospitals in 2015.
In this year’s edition, our Banfield Applied Research and Knowledge (BARK) team analyzed trends from the past 10 years and highlighted the most common diagnoses...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  April 13, 2016

Banfield Foundation is proud to announce a $45,000 grant to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to fund a pilot program benefiting underserved Native American pet owners in New Mexico through an effort called Reaching UP. In addition to the grant provided by the Banfield Foundation, Banfield Pet Hospital associates will participate...

Banfield Pet Hospital

 •  October 1, 2015

Banfield is proud to take part in the Mars Volunteer Program (MVP). MVP is a worldwide initiative that gives all Mars associates the opportunity to make a difference in the communities where we live work and play. While volunteer activities take place year-round, October is the spotlight month for this program.

Last year, more than 26,000 ...