Who we are
Covetrus is committed to you – the livestock veterinarian. Covetrus is dedicated to providing solutions and services to the livestock veterinary market. Our people, products and performance solutions will increase your efficiency, productivity and ultimately cash flow so you can focus on the health of the animals you serve.
In an effort to strengthen our customer interaction within our growing livestock business, we have developed a Covetrus North America livestock dedicated phone number: 833.631.8918
Dedicated industry experts who
understand your needs
Local and reliable delivery
National distribution center
Livestock Gear Up Program:
Earn rewards for growing your livestock business through Covetrus.
Some customer exclusions apply. Ask your Covetrus Representative for details.
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Find out how PSIvet can provide your practice with benefits that help improve efficiency and address challenges.
Large Animal Drop Ship Pharmacy:
Introducing the Covetrus Large Animal Pharmacy Solution, our latest business offering designed to deliver efficient, client-direct drop ship services on behalf of our mixed production animal and equine customers.
All states are being onboarded throughout 2021. Ask us if your state is currently live for this service.
INFOGRAPHIC: Who is a livestock veterinarian?
Livestock veterinarians are veterinary professionals that care for a multitude of animals including cattle, swine, goats, and sheep. Celebrate National Livestock Veterinarian Day by sharing this informative infographic on social media!
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