Banixx Wound & Hoof Care is proud to announce the addition of Phoenix-based Thompson’s Veterinary Supplies to its list of distributors. Thompson’s Vet Supplies (TVS) was founded over 60 years ago with a mission of providing quality animal health products to local dairies and feedlots and has since grown to become a major supplier to feed and tack stores in the American Southwest.
Acquired by Central Garden & Pet in 2006, TVS is now the company’s only equine distribution facility and is proud to be able to serve customers in ways never before possible. Both Thompson’s Vet Supplies and Banixx are fiercely committed to supporting the financial health and prosperity of independent retailers, and this partnership provides both companies with a new opportunity to further this mission.
With the addition of TVS, Banixx is now available through eleven fine distributors including: Bradley Caldwell, Inc., Heritage Trading Company, Ivesco, Jack's Manufacturing, Lextron Animal Health Southeast and LAH Southwest, Mid-States Distributing Company, Inc., R. J. Matthews, Southern States Cooperative, Inc., Universal Coop and W.C. Feed Services, Inc. (Puerto Rico).
A 2010 Horse Journal Product of the year, Banixx has become the go-to treatment for bacterial or fungal infections on the skin or in the hoof. Banixx’s “double-duty ability” combined with its proven track record and unrivaled affordability make it one of the most versatile and effective products on the market today for eliminating bacterial and fungal infections without harming tissue. Banixx Wound & Hoof Care is now available in three convenient and value-sized options: Quart, the economical 16oz PINT-ster, and 8oz Pet size.
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