Leading veterinary innovation from A KS Company

21st century solutions for age old friends

Care & quality of life solutions

Carus are committed to researching and developing novel approaches in animal healthcare

Strategic Partnerships

Building partnerships with life science and academic centres of excellence

Research & Development

Be it common everyday animal health complaints or managing symptoms of chronic diseases

Manufacturing excellence

Bringing R&D projects to commercial-scale production and enhanced products to market faster

Veterinary specialities

Identifying unique & niche veterinary application areas that remain unsupported in the animal health setting.

Veterinary innovation, now & always

Understanding emerging trends in healthcare & technology to better meet the needs of pet owners

Carus Animal Health was established in June 2017 with strong financial backing from its parent company Kyoritsu Seiyaku (KS). Carus shares the philosophy of its parent company Kyoritsu Seiyaku for contributing to the unique bond between people, animals and the environment.

Carus Animal Health is focused on enhancing the opportunity for Pet owners to be able to give their pets the best care from cradle to grave by early access and development of cutting edge innovation. This will be secured through access to new technologies and products from academia, the pharmaceutical industry and from early stage companies that have been explicitly founded to exploit new areas of treatment and care.

Carus Animal Health – The Care They Need

We aim to become a global animal health company by quickly identifying the world’s needs and reflecting them in our research and production.

In the 21st century, animals have become more important for human welfare than ever before. In the area of companion animal pharmaceuticals, we provide detailed support not only for the happy, healthy lives of animals including with respect to high-quality vaccines and foods, but also provide support so as to contribute to the creation of an environment in which animals receive proper aging care and enjoy a good quality of life during each stage of their lives.

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The future of animal health is in

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We are a select team of animal health professionals looking to develop innovative new animal health products and veterinary solutions.

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Meet Our Team

Carus Animal Health is led by a team of experienced commercial experts with a far-reaching range of expertise in the animal health industry and more.

Takaaki Takai

Director

Takaaki is a charismatic figure who started the Calmic Japan Limited, a JV with the Rentokil Initial plc, UK, in 1969.

Ron Long

Chairman

Ron brings a wealth of experience from the Life Science and Pharmaceuticals industry.

Hisanori Ken Tsukahara

CEO

Ken has 15 years’ experience working in the consulting industry.

Jolian Howell

Commercial Director

Jolian has over 20 years' experience in the animal health sector.

Rich Irvine

Technical Director

Rich is a veterinary surgeon and is passionate about providing the best possible care for animals.

Greg Firth

Veterinary Advisor

Greg is a veterinary surgeon with experience in both first and second opinion practice.

We are at the beginning of a long journey which has started with building partnerships in the UK, Europe and North America with academic centers of excellence and industrial partnerships from organisations specialising in; veterinary medicine, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics and medical devices, that can be developed or adapted for treatment and care of companion animals.

We expect our first product and clinical development portfolio to be in place by the middle of 2018 and we are interested in hearing from organizations that might wish to partner with us.

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