Support programmes

Ceva Animal Health and our partners are working together to respond to three of the major environmental concerns of our time: user and consumer safety, protection of the environment and the welfare of animals.

Ceva and horses

Ceva has chosen to direct some of its corporate sponsorship efforts to the equine world, a sporting area that we believe epitomises the bond between humans and animals. We have partnerships with highly successful riders such as Stephan Lafouge and Valérie Salles, as well as providing some veterinary support for their horses.

Here in Australia, Ceva Animal Health has a team of Professional Sponsored Riders from a broad cross section of equestrian fields including: dressage, eventing, showjumping, polocrosse, campdrafting and showing.

To find out more about Ceva's Professional Sponsored Riders contact Ceva tel. 02 9652 7000.

Ceva and dogs  :  Assistance Dogs Australia 

Founded in 1996, Assistance Dogs Australia trains and places unique dogs with Australians in unique situations. They currently train dogs that specialise in support for people with a physical disability, autism or PTSD as well as providing a range of services to these individuals and their families.

The free-to-client assistance dogs provide Independence, self-esteem, improved health and relationships to individuals and families – resulting in stronger and more successful communities.

They continue to set new benchmarks of success in training and placement. The dedication to training and placement is what keeps them going, but it’s also an incredibly expensive endeavour, and they rely solely on donations from the public. Tens of thousands of dollars are required for the training and placement of a single dog.

Assistance Dogs Australia is proud to be a trailblazer when it comes to the range of tasks our dogs can perform and the services we have introduced over the past several years.

Ceva Animal Health is proud to be associated with Assistance Dogs Australia and is currently sponsoring its second Assistance Dog, Thor (photos below).


Our first Assistance Dog, Lola (photo below), has successfully finished her training and has been placed at a Central Coast NSW school, where she is helping students in their day to day learning.  She is a much loved member of this school community.

Ceva and koalas

Ceva continues to help treat koalas in Australia - production run scheduled for release March 2020

Chlamydia is still one of the leading killers of koalas in Australia and affects koalas in epidemic proportions. The best treatment for Chlamydia in koalas remains the antibiotic Chloramphenicol.

Ceva continues to produce batches of Chloramphenicol and donates these to wildlife vets across Australia to treat koalas in their care. We have a database of wildlife vets including Australia Zoo, Taronga Zoo, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Featherdale Wildlife Park and the RSPCA Wildlife Clinic. Our next batch will be produced late 2019 for distribution in early 2020.

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