Animal Welfare

Sustainability plays an inevitable role in the nature of our company: animal welfare is the basis for our daily activities. With our simulators, we want to reduce the use of laboratory animals in student training in the long-term. With animal welfare and sustainable teaching in mind, we want to do our part and contribute to the protection of laboratory animals.


We pay particular attention to the sustainable use of resources in our company.

Biologically degradable packaging and carbon-neutral shipping are the norm for all of our products. Use of silicone, which serves as the key ingredient in our products, is kept to a minimum by recycling materials along the production chain. Our web-hosting is also climate-neutral and runs on 100% eco-electricity.


We develop our simulators ourselves, by hand and with attention to detail. This way we can adequately mirror anatomical and physiological properties of live animals in each model. It also gives us the opportunity to recognize and incorporate differences between species and professional requirements as well as allowing us to fulfill your special requests.

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Thats what our customers say

We are really satisfied with Gynnie. Our students train collection of vaginal swabs and vaginoscopy in AI courses. It works very efficiently and added new value to our courses!
Prof. Dr. Wojciech Nizanski, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences
I received my suture box and I'm so happy! Thank you!!! Some of my classmates will also buy it.
Santa Dubrovska, Veterinary student
I saw your suture set at a friend and I was impressed by the quality. Can't wait to train with the suture set at home! Thank you.
Faustine Vannel, Veterinary student
Everybody was super impressed by the quality of the intestine 🙂 Thank you again, I was able to demonstrate all relevant skills!
Dr. Karim Montasser, Veterinarian
We can't wait to use “Gynnie” for the training of endoscopy, as we know how good the simulation is.
Ao.Prof. Dr. S.Schäfer-Somi, Dipl ECAR, Vetmed Uni Vienna
Great work, I'm totally thrilled. That's the best bone simulation I have ever seen!
Dr. Felix Lackmann, Veterinarian, Freie Universität Berlin

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