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We are the US and Canadian and Mexican distributors of Vizoovet and Jett Plasma Veterinary
Our purpose is To develop and introduce then showcase new and innovative, safe and effective professional products to the veterinary ophthalmology and dermatology markets.
A little about me, I'm Mark Jensen. Many of you know me already. I've been calling. on Veterinary Ophthalmologists, Dermatologists and General Practitioners for the last 33 years.
I've been in the Veterinary industry since I was 12. My first job was cleaning cages at Coronado Animal Clinic in El Paso Texas for Dr. Bill Pierce.
My grandfather was the first person ever to fly a horse in an airplane. It was flying over "The Hump" - the name given by Allied pilots in the Second World War to the eastern end of the Himalayan Mountains over which they flew military transport aircraft from India to China to resupply the Chinese war effort of Chiang Kaishek and the units of the United States Army Air Forces based in China. The name was given by Allied pilots in the Second World War to the eastern end of the Himalayan Mountains over which they flew military transport aircraft from India to China to resupply the Chinese war effort of Chiang Kaishek and the units of the United States Army Air Forces based in China. The US and her Allies desperately needed a landing strip. Three other flights carrying bulldozers to construct the landing strip failed due to the weight of the dozers and the altitude exceeding the capability of the DC-3 aircraft.
Pappy designed and helped construct the first airplane designed to carry horses and plows. They were successful and the rest is history!
I graduated from Texas A&M University and went to work for Norden Laboratories, Dermatologics for Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Dermazoo, Aventix and now for you!
We love our industry and taking good care of our accounts. We do whatever it takes to earn and keep your business.
We will always have a real person to answer your calls.
Cyclosporin is an immunosuppressive with know effects and many times it's needed and is standard protocol as is Tacrolimus. However there are known side effects and it's expensive. With Vizoovet there no side effects and no reactions have been reported. Vizoovet is not a drug. It's the first "green eye drop". In one study done in Italy by Perruccio they didn’t see so many results by adding Vizoovet to their regular protocol. It wasn’t until they stopped the drugs and tried Vizoovet alone that they were able to get a measurable difference.
Vizoovet has been proven effective in all 3. 1 Increase tear flow. 2. normalize the osmolarity which takes the pain away and the most common comment from clients is how it made their pet much more comfortable. 3 Increases tear film breakup time. This is extremely important because the anterior segment has no blood supply and all the oxygen, exchange of gasses and removal of waste comes from tears. The longer the tear film stays on the eye the more these exchanges and absorptions occur.
Only if Vizoovet is there. The best candidates for dramatic results are those who either stopped responding or never responded to the standard drugs used in treatment. When all those are stopped and only Vizoovet is used alone we have documented cases of long term Vizoovet only successes. One is "California" who is on the homepage of Petnetwork.
Many eye problems can be managed by a general practice veterinarian (DVM or VMD). However, if the veterinarian believes that the patient would benefit from the skills and experience of a specialist, the patient may be referred to a veterinary ophthalmologist for additional care. Problems typically referred can include: perceived cataracts, glaucoma, retinal diseases, severe injuries, and cancer of the eye.
Just as with human medicine, veterinary medical specialists are becoming a valuable resource in treating your pet. Your general practice veterinarian has excellent training in veterinary medicine and acts as a family practice physician to your pet. But just as with human medicine, there are occasions when your veterinarian might want assistance or suggest a referral to a specialist to better meet your pet's needs.
Many eye diseases are time sensitive so prompt consultation or referral is often in your animal's best interest.
SPOTLIGHT: Sarah Hoy ACVO
Dr. Sarah Hoy is a native Vermonter who returned home and started Vermont Veterinary Eye Care in 2009 to offer veterinary ophthalmology services to local pet owners and referring veterinarians. She graduated from University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004 and completed an internship at Colorado State University in 2005. Dr. Hoy completed her comparative veterinary ophthalmology residency and Master’s degree at The Ohio State University in 2008 and became board certified in 2011.