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W.F. Young Appoints New National Sales Manager

Click’s industry experience tapped as company looks to expand partnership and product development.




Brian Click

Brian Click

(PRESS RELEASE) EAST LONGMEADOW, MA – W.F. Young, a global leader in animal health products, such as Absorbine and The Missing Link,  announced the appointment of Brian Click as national sales manager.

Click will be responsible for recommending, developing, and implementing corporate strategies for equine and pet product channels, including the expansion of customer relations and emerging distribution points.

“We wanted not just a strategic planner, but a creative problem solver who could use their deep knowledge of the animal health industry and business development expertise to help us accelerate our company’s growth,” said Andy Leebrick, chief revenue officer at W.F. Young. “We could not be more excited to welcome Brian to W.F. Young.”

Click brings more than two decades of animal health, sales, and distribution experience to W.F. Young. He started his career at Hill’s Pet Nutrition and has held roles in the industry as a route account manager, territory manager, key accounts manager, district manager, and sales director. He is a veteran of both the United States Army and the Florida National Guard, a husband, and a father of two.

“I have always held W.F. Young in high regard because of its heritage, products, and associates,” said Click. “I am honored to join a company with great products and a legacy in the industry.”

About W.F. Young

Founded in 1892 by Wilbur Fenelon Young and his wife, Mary Ida, W. F. Young, Inc. has manufactured and distributed high-quality and trusted animal health and wellness products for over 125 years. The company is recognized as a worldwide leader in innovative, specialized animal health care brands – including Absorbine® Veterinary Liniment, UltraShield® fly control, ShowSheen® grooming products, Leather Therapy® leather care, Hooflex® hoof care, as well as Absorbine® and The Missing Link® nutritional supplements – that improve wellness and enhance the quality and enjoyment of life for people and their animals. For more information, please visit



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