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PFMA head to London Vet Show 2021

PFMA head to London Vet Show 2021

We can’t wait to see lots of familiar and new faces once again!

PFMA are excited to be back at London Vet Show this year, following last year’s cancellation due to the pandemic. We can’t wait to see lots of familiar and new faces once again!


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 – with a strong focus on weight management. 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: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PFMALVS21 or from the PFMA home page.
 

Educational posters and factsheets available to take home:

PFMA will have a selection of factsheets and posters to give away. This will include some of our most recent factsheets:
 

  • Insect-Based Ingredients In Pet Food
    Information on insect-based ingredients in pet foods for cats and dogs; including the nutritional and environmental benefits.
     
  • Feeding Enrichment for Small Mammals
    Information on the importance and benefits of feeding enrichments for small furries.

 

To take part in our survey and for free educational giveaways, come and see us at Stand S39.
 

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For more media information, please contact nicole@pfma.org.uk or 07718 518579

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