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PFMA investigates pet feeding and health trends at London Vet Show (LVS)

PFMA investigates pet feeding and health trends at London Vet Show (LVS)

PFMA is continuing to use its presence at LVS to secure an up-to-date picture of the state of pets' health. Visit Stand R20 to take part in our annual survey and win £100.

Date: Thursday 16th & Friday 17th November 2017
Location: R20

Nicole Paley, Communications Manager of PFMA, explains: “Our objective is to delve deeper on the subjects of pet health, pet food, nutrition and obesity.  In addition to investigating how veterinary professionals are supporting pet owners on feeding choices,we will arm them with free, generic resources produced by experts.”

On stand we will be promoting our huge range of free take away educational materials including:

- 14 fact sheets
- Five Pet Size-O-Meters
- Five posters​
- Two calorie calculators

If you would like to take part in our survey – or look at our resources –please visit us on our stand R20.  If you are unable to attend but would like to take part in the survey, please email for a link.


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