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Animal Care Company Acquired

Mason Co. is an animal boarding and containment solutions firm.

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DAYTON, OH — Midmark Corp., a provider of medical, dental and veterinary equipment, technology and services, announced it acquired Mason Co., an animal boarding and containment solutions company located in Leesburg and Lebanon, OH.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition adds to Midmark’s growing portfolio and expands the company’s ability to work closely with channel partners and customers in animal health, according to a press release.

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With the addition of Mason’s architectural and design expertise, along with its product offering, Midmark will “provide solutions designed for comfortable and aesthetic accommodations for long-term boarding of companion animals,” the release states.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Mason Company to the Midmark family,” said John Baumann, president and CEO of Midmark. “The expertise Mason brings to Midmark enhances our position to design better care environments for our customers. It also strengthens Midmark’s position as a leader of the animal health space that continues to bring our customers innovative solutions and new ideas as they strive to improve the quality of care.”

According to the release: “Pairing well with Midmark’s stainless-steel offerings and Synthesis cabinetry, the Mason product is a preferred solution for animal health facilities that offer overnight accommodations to their clients. This brings new opportunities to Midmark through involvement in early discussions of new construction.”

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The designs and materials that make up Mason’s products complement the “fear-free” trend that is prevalent in the animal health space, according to the release. Fear Free Certified Practices promote quiet and calming environments by carefully considering the workflow and the acute senses of the animal patients, fostering better outcomes for pets and their owners.

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