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TVM launches colouring competition for veterinary staff

Colouring sheet was especially created for vets and nurses and participants can win one of three £50 takeaway vouchers

We’re all feeling the pressure under lockdown with veterinary staff feeling the strain whether busy dealing with emergencies on the frontline or experiencing a lull at work or at home. To help provide some light relief, TVM UK, the innovative animal health company and manufacturer of Emedog, has launched a fun Facebook colouring competition where vets, vet nurses and practice teams can win one of three £50 takeaway vouchers.

Will Peel, Product Manager at TVM UK explains:

“We’ve seen plenty of colouring sheets thanking our key workers and thought it was about time that there was one to give kudos to the important work that veterinary staff are doing. We’ve created a special, grown up colouring sheet especially for vets and nurses which we are sure will resonate with them!”

Simply download the template, colour it in as you choose, post a picture of it to the TVM UK Facebook page using the hashtag #EmeOMG and three random winners will be chosen at the end of the month.

There’s also a child friendly version that veterinary staff can download, either to give to their own children, or to entertain clients’ children while they wait.

To find out more, visit the website or go to the TVM UK Facebook page.

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