Arthropharm Pharmaceuticals Inc.
We are Biopharm Australia’s Canadian distributor for Cartrophen Vet. Our goal is to provide you with information and support. With over 7 million dogs in Canada, there is an increasing need for our arthritis treatment.
We are so pleased that our product, Cartrophen Vet, has been helping your pets for over of a quarter century. We would like to thank our distributors, veterinarians and pet owners for your loyalty to our product and continued support.
With over 3,000 small and mixed veterinary clinics in Canada it is impossible to visit everyone. We provide “virtual visits” to offer training and/or question and answer sessions with clinic staff through these various methods:
Dawn’s focus has been on building and maintaining relationships with the distributors and veterinary clinics. Arranging for a bilingual website, providing bilingual clinic aids and ensuring that veterinary technical support is only a phone call away has been a priority. Over the years Dawn has run promotions giving away useful, pet friendly products. She firmly believes having a product like Cartrophen Vet to promote makes her job easy.
Dawn lives with her husband on a family farm in rural Quebec with their black angus cattle, two dogs Beamer and Denim and their cat Callie. In her spare time, Dawn enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren.
Abbie graduated from Concordia in 2017 with a degree in Economics, she then completed a certificate in Human Resources following her bachelor’s degree. Abbie lives in rural Québec with her boyfriend, their cat Otis and dog Murphy. In her spare time, she loves to travel, read and practice yoga.
After his doctorate in veterinary medicine, Stéphane completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the DMV Veterinary Center in Montréal and then worked as clinician in general practice. In 2004, Stéphane returned to St-Hyacinthe for a one-year clinical training in veterinary dermatology and then combined his work in general practice and completed his master’s degree in clinical sciences at the Université de Montréal in 2008. Dr. Bissonnette has been teaching Animal Health Technology with emphasis on nutrition and anatomy at Collège Laflèche in Trois-Rivières since 2007. Prior to studying veterinary medicine, Stéphane studied in environmental biology, which remains a very important topic to him.
As much as veterinary medicine is an important part of his life, balance is essential to Stéphane and he reaches it through travel and physical activity. Running is part of Stéphane’s routine, and he plans to complete his first marathon in the next few years. Stéphane is pictured here with the family dogs, an Australian Shepherd named Kelly and a Jack Russell Terrier named Gazouille.