About scil animal care company - Canada
scil animal care company (formerly scil Vet Novations) is a proud member of the scil family, a global leader in Veterinary Diagnostics headquartered in Germany,and has distribution presence in 24 countries. Being a part of this larger global network allows us to offer the most advanced products and remain a company focused on customer success through support and training.
Our partners are the international leaders in veterinary diagnostics: GE, Heska, Aesculap, O&R Technology, Konica Minolta, Everost, Companion Animal Health and Toshiba.
Our goal is to provide the veterinary community with technologically advanced products that adapt easily to a variety of practice styles and situations. We specialize in: Hematology Analyzers, Diagnostic Chemistry Analyzers, Ultrasound, Dental Radiography, Computed Radiography (CR), Digital Radiography (DR), and Orthopedic Implants and Tools.
We realize that ease of use, reliability, and low operating costs are of great importance to veterinarians. We are focused on delivering these qualities with our product lines. scil animal care company has become a national leader in Veterinary Continuing Education. We have aligned ourselves with key experts in the Veterinary fields of Ultrasound, Orthopedics and Dental Radiology to deliver high quality courses at various skill levels. Visit our Seminars section to see a full list of CE courses across Canada and register to earn your CE credits. scil animal care company is located in Barrie, Ontario, and has been serving veterinarians across Canada since January 2003.
In that short time our competent team and our state-of-the-art product portfolio have attained a high acceptance in the veterinary world as a partner for in-house-lab solutions. We have a national sales force that can serve customers across Canada. Please contact us to discuss how we can help your practice.
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