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Brand new educational posters from PFMA available at London Vet Show 14-15 Nov

Brand new educational posters from PFMA available at London Vet Show  14-15 Nov

PFMA will be attending LVS with new educational tools to give away

The London Vet Show (LVS) is an important event for the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) who will again be present to talk to the vet community and showcase new educational resources.

Getting an up to date picture on pet health and feeding trends

PFMA will continue its annual survey of vets focusing on health and feeding trends. This feedback from vets plays an important role in shaping the PFMA strategy and the development of new educational resources.

If you are unable to visit LVS but would like to take part in the survey, this can be done via: (The survey opens 8am on Thursday 14 Nov until end of the weekend Sunday 17 Nov)

New educational posters available to take home

PFMA will have a selection of factsheets and posters to give away. This will include two brand new posters:

  • ‘Handling Commercial Raw Pet Food Safely’

Guidance for pet owners on how to handle and prepare their pet’s meal when feeding a commercial raw pet food. Available:  

  • Importance of Hay in a Guinea Pig’s Diet 

Guidance on what owners need to feed their guinea pig to ensure good health and well-being. Also available to

To take part in our survey and for free educational give-aways, come and see us at Stand B42


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