AlphaVet Science has a commitment to safeguard the privacy of the information entrusted to us from all customers.
and distributed via our websites.
Types and Uses of Personal Information
When you use our websites, information that personally identifies you may be collected and processed by AlphaVet Science
employees. Usually, the only information collected will be your name, business address, mailing address, telephone number,
fax number, e-mail address, and professional licensing information when you knowingly provide this information. In addition,
this information may be collected as a result of the services or the products you request information about or purchase from us.
Finally, AlphaVet Science may collect or process personally identifiable information, such as your Internet domain or IP address,
as part of the normal operation of our websites, or during the normal course of your activities on or use of our websites. In nearly
all cases this data is collected or processed by, or transferred to, AlphaVet Science’s corporate headquarters in Ontario, Canada.
When you use our websites you are consenting to the collection, processing, transfer, or use of this information. If you choose
not to consent to the collection, processing, transfer, or use of this information, then you should not use, or you should
discontinue using, our websites.
Personal Information Shared with Third Parties
Without a user’s express consent, AlphaVet Science will not sell, trade, or disclose a user’s personally identifiable
information to any third party who would attempt to market products or services to the user. However, AlphaVet Science
may disclose information to a third party that is used to assist carrying out a transaction for you or providing a service to
you (for example, packaging, sending, or delivering a purchase or information to you or clearing a credit card transaction).
AlphaVet Science might be required to disclose information about users of our websites as a result of a subpoena, a search
warrant, or some other legal process authorized by a court of law. In addition, AlphaVet Science might disclose information
about users of our websites to a third party who is assisting us in conducting an investigation about unauthorized activity
that constitutes a violation of the policies for using our websites, or when circumstances dictate the need to protect or
defend our rights or property.
AlphaVet Science regularly implements industry-recommended technological and operational security processes for the
purpose of protecting personally identifiable information from unauthorized access, loss, misuse, alteration, or
unintentional destruction. Although no security measure can absolutely guarantee against unauthorized uses,
AlphaVet Science regularly reviews and updates our website security measures for the purpose of providing appropriate
security for personally identifiable information.
Access and Accuracy
AlphaVet Science only wants to maintain accurate information about the users of our websites. You can request to be
provided the individual information that has been gathered about you by contacting AlphaVet Science
(see the Contact Information section below). Upon receiving proper identification information, AlphaVet Science
will provide you the personally identifiable information that is maintained about your use of AlphaVet Science’s websites,
or which you have supplied to AlphaVetScience’s websites. If you find a factual inaccuracy, then you can notify
AlphaVet Science and the inaccuracy will be corrected.
AlphaVet Science will not retain your personally identifiable information longer than is necessary for the purpose it was collected.
AlphaVet Science’s policy is that children under the age of 18 should not send any personally identifiable information to
AlphaVet Science’s websites without a parent’s or guardian’s consent. AlphaVet Science encourages parents and guardians
to instruct children about the safe and responsible use of personally identifiable information on the Internet.
AlphaVet Science will not knowingly collect, use, or disclose to any third party any personally identifiable information
collected from children under the age of 18.
AlphaVet Science may provide links from our websites to third-party websites. However, because AlphaVet Science does
by other companies or organizations.
When you browse this website, one or more temporary cookies may be placed on your computer to help AlphaVet Science
collect information to better understand your interests and to better serve you. Cookies are used on most major websites.
What are “cookies?” Cookies are small bits of information stored by your web browser’s software on your computer’s
hard drive or temporarily in your computer’s memory. Using cookies is an industry standard. Cookies enhance a user’s
experience and access to information on a website. Cookies enable AlphaVet Science to recognize you and personalize
your experience on this website.
recognize user access or log-on privileges, to track usage and traffic patterns, to provide information and advertisements
for goods or services that might interest a user based on the user’s use of this website, and to track the number of users
who visit and use this website.
Although most web browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, you can decline the placement of cookies on your
hard drive by using the appropriate feature of your web browser software (if available) to delete cookies. You can also
on this and other websites you visit.
Information Technology Department at: info@AlphaVetScience.com
Modifications to Policy
without notice, and to make that policy effective immediately for information we already have about you, as well
as future information that we may obtain about you.
was last updated. To make this policy easy to find, the most current copy will be accessible from clicking the Privacy
Policy link on the home page.
Last Updated March 14, 2017