Thursday, June 9, 2016

Meet Rosie!


Say hello to our temporary team member Rosie!

Rosie belongs to one of our employees and needs to be monitored for the rest of the day after spending a few hours at the vets office.

She's about 5-years-old and enjoys eating, sleeping, and bossing around her little sister, Daisy.

We're trying to get her to answer phones, but she seems more interested in sleeping!


Install with Sales Manager Rich


Equipment install with Rich.

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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Product Highlight- Veterinary Flexible Endoscopes

Have you heard about our
 Flexible Veterinary Endoscopes?

E.S.S. VET-H150
Small Animal G.I. Video Endoscope

For the examination and treatment of
 small animal G.I problems and disease.


Product Specifications:
-Insertion tube outer diameter: 9.6 mm
-Working length: 150 cm (1500 mm)
-Biopsy channel size: 2.8 mm 
-Uses 2.4 mm diameter x 200 cm or longer instruments
-Angulation: 180 degrees up and down
160 degrees left and right
-Designed for the ESS HVP-2100 
All-In-One Vet Video System
-Soaking and gas sterilized methods
-One (1) year manufacturer's warranty

Want to see it in action?
This video of a feline colonoscopy shows the quality of the E.S.S. 
VET- H150 Small Animal G.I. Video Endoscope.



E.S.S. VET-H150P
Slimline Small Animal Video Endoscope

For the examination and treatment of
 small animal G.I problems and disease.


Product Specifications:
-Insertion tube outer diameter: 8.3 mm
-Working length: 150 cm (1500 mm)
-Biopsy channel size: 2.2 mm
-Uses 1.8 mm diameter x 200 cm or longer instrument
-Angulation: 180 degrees up and down
160 degrees left and right
-Designed for the ESS HVP-2100 
All-In-One Vet Video System 
-Soaking and gas sterilization methods
-One (1) year manufacturer's warranty


Want to know more?


Check out our online store or contact us!


Monday, June 6, 2016

Ramadan Mubarak!

Kul 'am wa enta bi-khair!


"Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Every day during this month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours in a complete fast.

During the blessed month of Ramadan, Muslims all over the world abstain from all food, drink, and other physical needs during the daylight hours. Ramadan is much more than just not eating and drinking; it is a time to purify the soul, refocus attention on God, and practice self-discipline and sacrifice."


Sunday, June 5, 2016

World Environment Day!

It's World Environment Day!


What is World Environment Day?

"Celebrate the biggest day for positive environmental action!

World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations' principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. It also serves as the 'people's day' for doing something positive for the environment, galvanizing individual actions into a collective power that generates an exponential positive impact on the planet."

This years theme is "Go Wild For Life!"


"WED aims to inspire more people than ever before to take action to prevent the growing strain on planet Earth's natural systems from reaching breaking point. The 2016 theme is the fight against the illegal trade in wildlife, which erodes precious biodiversity and threatens the survival of elephants, rhinos and tigers as well as many other species. It also undermines our economies, communities and security. This year's slogan "Go Wild for Life" encourages you to spread the word about wildlife crime and the damage it does, and to challenge all those around you to do what they can to prevent it."


"Zero tolerance for the illegal trade in wildlife

Slaughtered elephants lying in the African Savannah with their tusks hacked off by poaching gangs; tiger skins with embalmed heads roaring silently from market stalls in Asia; the shells of giant sea turtles impounded by customs agents before they reach their Western buyers.

These images highlight how the booming illegal trade in wildlife products is eroding Earth's precious biodiversity, robbing us of our natural heritage and pushing whole species toward extinction. The killing and smuggling is also undermining economies, fueling organized crime, and feeding corruption and insecurity across the globe.

The trade endangers iconic elephants, rhinos, tigers, gorillas and sea turtles. Lesser-known species include helmeted hornbills, pangolins and wile orchids. Efforts to protect them have scored some successes. However, these and many other species remain at risk despite international campaigns to influence policy and considerable investments in conservation and law enforcement.

To turn this tide, more people need to understand the damage this illicit business is doing to our environment, economies, communities and security. We must also change our habits and behavior so that demand for wildlife products falls. More awareness increases the pressure on governments and international bodies to introduce and enforce tougher laws and combat those still willing to break them.

This year's theme for WED - Go Wild for Life - encourages you to celebrate all those species under threat and take action of your own to help safeguard them for future generations. This can be about animals or plants that are threatened withing your local area as well as at the national or global level - many local extinctions will eventually add up to a global extinction! Whoever you are, and wherever you live, show zero-tolerance for the illegal trade in wildlife in word and deed, and make a difference."

Want to learn more about how to get involved?
Visit the UNEP website!