An inspiring commitment to #OneHealth - get to know Jessica Magenwirth 1/3

Published: October 13, 2015
This month we're introducing you to Jessica Magenwirth, former veterinary student & Bayer Fellowship Program member who shares our passion for animals. In a three-part blog post series, you'll learn how Jessica is connected to Bayer Animal Health, what she experienced when working as a volunteer veterinarian in Sangkhlaburi (Thailand), and what #OneHealth means to her. Be inspired!

For starters, please tell us a bit about yourself. What's your story and how are you linked to ...

World Animal Day at Bayer Animal Health

Published: October 04, 2015
Join us on a journey around the globe to learn more about how we are passionately caring for animals

Bayer’s mission is “Science For A Better Life”, and from our point-of-view it means ensuring that animals stay healthy, recover from diseases and live without parasites. We passionately care for animals and thus also create a better life for us – the people – sharing this planet with them.

And on World Animal Day, we are proud to show our passion for animals by highlighting some ...

Sustainable farming for better and healthier dairy products

Published: September 25, 2015
Farmers play an important role in our lives. They provide us with safe and quality products such as milk, eggs, meat and seafood. In this new series we are pleased to share stories of farmers and their contribution to sustainable farming in Asia Pacific. We hope their passion and commitment to animals will inspire more farmers around the world to continue the drive towards sustainable farming and even better approaches of caring for the well-being of farm animals.
Today, we speak with Mr Zhang ...

A coffee with ...Tobias Wagner

Published: September 10, 2015
This month we had a coffee with Tobias Wagner to find out more about his role as  Global Launch Support Manager for an innovative immunostimulant at Bayer HealthCare Animal Health

Hi Tobias, what does your job involve? 

This month we had a coffee with Tobias Wagner from a global product launch team to find out more about his role in Bayer HealthCare Animal Health

My job is about being on top of all aspects around ...

World Alzheimer’s Month is here!

Published: September 01, 2015
This is the fourth time that the world marks September as World Alzheimer’s Month to raise awareness on Alzheimer’s disease, while uniting and connect people living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease: their carers, their family, researchers, and physicians.

When thinking of carers (often referred to in the U.S. as caregivers), you may have the image of people helping people living with such diseases, but did you know that more and more people suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia ...

Vet Students Around The World - Meet Caroline Boucher From France

Published: August 27, 2015
We think veterinary students are awesome! Together with the International Veterinary Students' Association, we are bringing you stories of vet students around the world.

To start, please tell us about yourself.

Hi, I’m Caroline, I’m 25 years old and about to finish my fifth and last year of Vet School. I grew up in the suburbs of Paris in France with my 2 younger siblings. I have done most of my studies in France, except for my second year – I did the Erasmus program in Berlin, ...

World Mosquito Day 2015

Published: August 20, 2015
It’s sometimes easy to think of the mosquito as a small, summer-time nuisance without much impact outside of an irritating several days itch, but did you know that mosquitoes are actually known as the world’s deadliest animal to humans[i]?!

World Mosquito Day was created to recognize Sir Ronald Ross’ 1897 public health discovery which determined that mosquitoes are parasite-vectors for malaria transmission. And on World Mosquito Day we’re also raising awareness of the risks posed to ...

Global Panel Raises Awareness of Companion Vector-Borne Diseases (CVBD) at 25th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (WAAVP)

Published: August 13, 2015
For pets and humans companion vector-borne diseases (CVBD) may be transmitted via parasites, including fleas (bartonellosis) and ticks (Lyme disease), and are a growing public health threat for pet owners worldwide. At the 25th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (WAAVP) in (Liverpool, UK) this global issue takes center stage as Bayer HealthCare Animal Health presents a panel of experts including:

Lord Alexander Trees, global ...

Tomorrow is International Cat Day!

Published: August 07, 2015
The International Cat Day was founded by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in 2002 and takes place every year on August 8 to celebrate the cat as the most popular pet in the world.[1] So today is the perfect day to find out interesting facts about cats you may not know.
Cats are cute animals, that´s not the question, but they are predators nonetheless. According to a recent survey of cat owners in the UK, every cat kills about thirty times per month.

But besides hunting, cats ...

Honoring Assistance Dogs

Published: August 04, 2015
It is International Assistance Dog Week (IADW) and we would like to honor working dogs for their contribution towards giving people with disabilities a better life. 

Do you, or a loved one, have a better life because of a four-legged, canine aide (aka assistance dog)? If so, you can easily understand how such a dog can significantly improve one's life!

From early puppyhood, these amazing dogs are specially trained to assist people suffering from diabetes, blindness, autism, ...