Abaxis
Abaxis
Union City, CA, United States
Union City United States
Employees:
570
Market Cap:
$1.47 billion
Revenue:
$227.11 million
5 Year Trend:
7.7%
Net Income:
$29.69 million
NASDAQ:
ABAX
Founded:
1989
Abaxis
Union City, CA, United States
Union City United States
Employees:
570
Market Cap:
$1.47 billion
Revenue:
$227.11 million
5 Year Trend:
7.7%
Net Income:
$29.69 million
NASDAQ:
ABAX
Founded:
1989
  • #HappyHowlidays
  • Happy Howlidays! Amidst the revelry and celebration this season, it can sometimes be difficult to squeeze in the normal amount of attention we might lavish on our pets. We encourage you to keep their routine as normal as possible to help reduce unnecessary stress or confusion for them. It is also important to be mindful of potential hazards. If your pet ingests something they shouldn't eat, please contact your local animal poison control, or go to your nearest veterinary emergency center for help. Finally, consider educating your dining companions on what they can and cannot feed pets - what may be a treat for a human could be toxic for your pet, or could cause vomiting, diarrhea, or even pancreatitis! Below are just a few things to watch out for this season: Mistletoe, holly, and poinsettias can be irritants to the mouth and throat, and cause gastrointestinal upset. Lilies should be kept completely out of proximity of cats - ingestion can cause kidney failure in cats. Tinsel, if ingested, can cause an intestinal obstruction. Some pets will open boxes of chocolates left under the tree or on the table; be vigilant and keep them out of reach or in a cupboard! Chocolate, macadamia nuts, and xylitol (an artificial sweetener found in some candies, gums, and even peanut butter) are all toxic to pets. Stagnant water under a Christmas tree can be a breeding ground for bacteria which could cause tummy upset to an unwitting pet who tries to quench their thirst - remember to keep any tree water fresh. Whatever you're doing this holiday season, from everyone at Abaxis, we wish you a very Yappy Yule, and spectacular, safe seasonal celebrations! #HappyHowlidays #HolidaySafety
  • Excited to learn more about wildlife conservation? Check out our exclusive article courtesy of Dr. Mike Burton from The Wildlife Docs, chronicling his adventures in South Africa with our i-STAT 1! http://www.abaxis.com/wildlifedocs Abaxis is honored to support and contribute to the research and conservation efforts of Dr William Fowlds, and other wildlife vets. For more stories on how Abaxis is contributing to wildlife conservation, please visit our website: http://www.abaxis.com/veterinary/field/wildlife Be sure to tune into The Wildlife Docs on ABC! Episodes are also available on Hulu: bit.ly/TWD_Hulu #WildlifeConservation #SaveTheRhino
  • Gobble, gobble! With all the food and festivities, you may be tempted to indulge your pets in some of the feasting. Unfortunately, not all our delightful delicacies sit well with our pets. Some foods can be poisonous, and other foods may cause stomach upset, or even pancreatitis in dogs! While there are a number of factors contributing to canine pancreatitis, high fat, low protein foods, like those found in abundance at the Thanksgiving table, are thought to be a major culprit in dietary indiscretion that could result in pancreatitis. Thankfully, the Abaxis VetScan cPL Rapid Test provides a fast, efficient, semi-quantitative value for canine pancreas-specific lipase. Having a patient-side number can help your veterinarian better determine further diagnostics and treatment protocols - without waiting for the reference laboratory to reopen after the holiday! Remember - if your pet ingests something they shouldn't eat, please contact your local animal poison control, or go to your nearest veterinary emergency center for help. #CaninePancreatitis #ThankfulForVeterinarians

#HappyHowlidays

Happy Howlidays! Amidst the revelry and celebration this season, it can sometimes be difficult to squeeze in the normal amount of attention we might lavish on our pets. We encourage you to keep their routine as normal as possible to help reduce unnecessary stress or confusion for them. It is also important to be mindful of potential hazards. If your pet ingests something they shouldn't eat, please contact your local animal poison control, or go to your nearest veterinary emergency center for help. Finally, consider educating your dining companions on what they can and cannot feed pets - what may be a treat for a human could be toxic for your pet, or could cause vomiting, diarrhea, or even pancreatitis! Below are just a few things to watch out for this season: Mistletoe, holly, and poinsettias can be irritants to the mouth and throat, and cause gastrointestinal upset. Lilies should be kept completely out of proximity of cats - ingestion can cause kidney failure in cats. Tinsel, if ingested, can cause an intestinal obstruction. Some pets will open boxes of chocolates left under the tree or on the table; be vigilant and keep them out of reach or in a cupboard! Chocolate, macadamia nuts, and xylitol (an artificial sweetener found in some candies, gums, and even peanut butter) are all toxic to pets. Stagnant water under a Christmas tree can be a breeding ground for bacteria which could cause tummy upset to an unwitting pet who tries to quench their thirst - remember to keep any tree water fresh. Whatever you're doing this holiday season, from everyone at Abaxis, we wish you a very Yappy Yule, and spectacular, safe seasonal celebrations! #HappyHowlidays #HolidaySafety

Excited to learn more about wildlife conservation? Check out our exclusive article courtesy of Dr. Mike Burton from The Wildlife Docs, chronicling his adventures in South Africa with our i-STAT 1! http://www.abaxis.com/wildlifedocs Abaxis is honored to support and contribute to the research and conservation efforts of Dr William Fowlds, and other wildlife vets. For more stories on how Abaxis is contributing to wildlife conservation, please visit our website: http://www.abaxis.com/veterinary/field/wildlife Be sure to tune into The Wildlife Docs on ABC! Episodes are also available on Hulu: bit.ly/TWD_Hulu #WildlifeConservation #SaveTheRhino

Gobble, gobble! With all the food and festivities, you may be tempted to indulge your pets in some of the feasting. Unfortunately, not all our delightful delicacies sit well with our pets. Some foods can be poisonous, and other foods may cause stomach upset, or even pancreatitis in dogs! While there are a number of factors contributing to canine pancreatitis, high fat, low protein foods, like those found in abundance at the Thanksgiving table, are thought to be a major culprit in dietary indiscretion that could result in pancreatitis. Thankfully, the Abaxis VetScan cPL Rapid Test provides a fast, efficient, semi-quantitative value for canine pancreas-specific lipase. Having a patient-side number can help your veterinarian better determine further diagnostics and treatment protocols - without waiting for the reference laboratory to reopen after the holiday! Remember - if your pet ingests something they shouldn't eat, please contact your local animal poison control, or go to your nearest veterinary emergency center for help. #CaninePancreatitis #ThankfulForVeterinarians

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