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Walmart wants your pets to be customers

by Erika Beras May 7, 2019
The retailer probably already has your business.
Veterinary employees prepare a dog for surgery.
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Why taking your pet to the vet is more expensive than ever

by Lizzie O'Leary Jan 5, 2017
Corporatization and increased testing are partly to blame
LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 07: Veterinary nurse Lauren Emmett (L) and vet Claire Turner (R) prepare a dog for surgery in Battersea Dogs & Cats Home's new Veterinary Hospital and Centre of Excellence on October 7, 2016 in London, England.
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How much would you spend to save your sick pet?

by Tess Vigeland Mar 25, 2013
For many people, pets are members of the family. So how do you put a price on the life of your pet?
A picture of Pumpkin, a cat owned by John Noel, a deputy sheriff for Los Angeles County. And the donor cat that gave Pumpkin a kidney.
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Animal health firm is biggest IPO since Facebook

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 1, 2013
Animal health care is the fastest growing sector of health care. Medicine for the pets we love and the livestock we eat is a more than $4 billion business for Zoetis, a company spun off by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
Cows in a confined feeding operations in Yuma, Ariz.
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Pfizer to spin off animal pharmaceuticals

by Dan Gorenstein Jan 2, 2013
Demand for animal drugs is rising amongst pet owners and livestock and poultry farmers.