There are no more than a handful of publicly traded companies that attain the substantial portion of their revenue from the companion animal health market. And of that group, there are even less that focus on diagnostics within the space. Heska (HSKA) is one of those companies and could present a compelling investment opportunity.
Founded in Loveland, Colorado, in 1985, Heska is at its core a veterinary diagnostic company, with a focus on selling its products into the veterinary market. Since the company went public in 1997, its results, and as a result its stock price, have been volatile.
While the company's sales have mostly been headed in the right direction, Heska hit a couple...
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