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As a business owner, we realize that there are many other expenses that you have to take care of in your profession, in addition to the costly devices you need. NFS Leasing doesn’t want you to worry about the costs adding up, which is why we are committed to providing you with the animal care equipment financing options that will help you stay ahead of your competition and give your practice the much-needed equipment it deserves. With enough funds available to you, you can lease the most up-to-date equipment in the industry, most of which is tax deductible. At NFS Leasing, we understand that there are many types of instruments and devices you may need for your veterinary practice, which is why we are 100% committed to ensuring that you are able to afford exactly what you need and when you need it. Contact us today to learn more!
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In compliance with manufacturer’s recommendations and AAALAC guidelines, Airtest provides comprehensive testing, certification and maintenance services for critical animal care equipment including: Animal Care Equipment & Services, LLC · 555 Alter Street, Unit 19A Broomfield CO 80020
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For more than 60 years and three generations, we have designed and manufactured the highest quality equipment available for the animal care market. Over the years, we have grown from a two-man operation to a family-owned and operated, full-service corporation with the staff and resources to meet the needs of this growing market.Are you in the veterinary or animal care profession and thinking of opening a new clinic or expanding your existing practice? Veterinary equipment never stops evolving, which is why its imperative to keep your vet practice up-to-date. The only downside to this is that the cost of doing so can be a considerable investment and one that many small businesses can’t afford. Being able to acquire the proper equipment for your veterinary clinic is an important aspect that helps your business succeed and puts you ahead of your competition. After all, most pet owners treat their animals as a part of their family and expect the most accurate results when the visit your veterinary office.The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and University Health and Safety-Occupational Health (UHS-OH) have established requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure that proper safeguards are in place for human and animal health. These requirements were established by a group of experts in occupational health and safety, animal care and use, and regulatory requirements. The requirements are effective immediately. Principal Investigators are responsible for ensuring that all personnel working with animals are fully informed of the requirements and have the necessary equipment.Lyon Technologies is a world leader in the design and manufacture of animal health care equipment including intensive and critical care units, incubation, anesthesia and oxygen therapy; providing solutions to customers in over 100 countries since 1915.Just about everything we manufacture has been tailor-made for your entire practice. This means every shelf, corner, lift, ramp, drawer, door and other component is considered when developing our equipment. As a result, your staff will save time and effort with our unique, work-friendly solutions such as our one-step hydraulic lift veterinary exam room tables; – perfect for dental procedures; ; you won’t find anywhere else, and many other inventions that help you provide animal-care services the way you envisioned and as your clients expect.Pet-EMS is a CVMF donor driven program which facilitates distribution of emergency animal care equipment, and corresponding training for safe use of that equipment to Connecticut fire departments. In recent years, the public has taken note of the efforts and desire of responding firefighters and other first responders to provide care for animal victims discovered during firefighting and other response activities.