Animal Health International Promotes Lynn Snodgrass to President of Companion Animal Region

Animal Health International, Inc. announces Lynn Snodgrass has been promoted to the position of President of the Company’s Companion Animal Region. Lynn will report directly to Animal Health International President and CEO John Adent.

Lynn joined Animal Health International as National Sales Manager, Companion Animal in May of 2013, bringing with him over 15 years of experience in the animal health industry, including territory, regional and national sales management. Immediately prior to joining Animal Health, Lynn served as the Director of Sales for Abaxis, Inc., and he previously held the position of Vice President of Sales for Heska Corporation. 

“Lynn has developed strong relationships at all levels of sales and marketing management within the animal health industry,” said Adent. “Since joining Animal Health International, Lynn has introduced a number of best practices that have had a positive impact on the growth of our Companion Animal business. Lynn is well-positioned to lead our Companion Animal Team”. 

Animal Health International’s Companion Animal Region is a growing and important part of the Company’s overall portfolio of animal health products, services and technologies. For small animal and mixed-animal practices, those include new clinic financing and packages, an extensive capital equipment offering and financing, and dental and surgical suite equipment, tools and consumables. Exclusive offerings include the Fixin Locking Plate systems, The Pet Blood Bank, and RACE-approved Lecture and Lab series on such topics as Small-Animal Dentistry, Equine Dentistry, Basic and Advanced Orthopedics, and Anesthesia. 

“Providing the veterinary community with the products and solutions they need to grow their practices and advance their professional development has been a career passion of mine,” said Lynn. “I’m very excited to lead Animal Health’s Companion Animal Region in doing this. We have a great team, and we’re going to continue to work hard to do all we can to help our customers reach their goals.”

Lynn graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science, and will be based out of the Company’s regional headquarters in Roanoke, Texas.

Animal Health International, Inc. is the leading full-line animal health products, services and technologies company in North America, representing and distributing products for more than 1,000 manufacturers in the areas of companion animal, equine, beef and dairy cattle, poultry and swine. Animal Health International meets the needs of our customers and suppliers with strategically-located distribution points, more than 400 sales and customer service representatives, innovative technologies, and the broadest offering in the industry. Animal Health International has been serving the animal health community for more than 40 years by providing our dealer, producer and veterinary customers quality products, services and technologies at competitive prices, by partnering with and supporting both leading and emerging manufacturer partners, and by engaging and developing motivated and talented employees at all levels. We proudly give back to the communities we serve through the funding and support of education initiatives, leadership on important industry topics, and by continued support of youth in agriculture. For more information please visit

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