Danielle Meehan
Danielle Meehan, Dechra’s new equine sales manager in the west of England.

Dechra Veterinary Products has added a member to its equine team.

Danielle Meehan has taken up the post of equine sales manager to help deliver increased customer contact and support for veterinary professionals in the west of England.

In-depth knowledge

Derbyshire-based Danielle has worked across a range of sectors, including consumer goods, medical, and food and drink.

She said: “I have always been keen to have a technical sales role that would enable me to have in-depth knowledge of a particular product portfolio.

“Working with Dechra’s equine team was of particular interest to me as I have ridden since a young age, I compete in my spare time and I am horse mad.

“Dechra is an established company with an extensive and expanding product range and I am looking forward to meeting veterinary professionals and illustrating how Dechra can support them in their day-to-day practice.”

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