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TVM UK launches Christmas poisoning awareness campaign

Campaign aims to help veterinary practices educate pet owners of the potential poisoning hazards which are common during the festive period

TVM UK, the innovative animal health company, has launched its new Christmas campaign to help veterinary practices educate pet owners of the potential poisoning hazards which are common during the festive period.

The company has created a waiting room board kit, social media pack and an informative video which surgeries can play on waiting room televisions.

The board kit comprises cut out images of items which are commonly found in a typical Christmas shopping basket which can be toxic or dangerous to pets while the video allows visual identification of dangers pet owners need to be aware of throughout the year. For practices which are limiting the number of people coming into the premises, TVM UK is also offering waterproof posters which can be displayed outside surgeries, along with Pet Dangers leaflets for clients to take home.

Will Peel, Product Manager of TVM UK, explains:

“We know that poisoning cases increase significantly over the Christmas period and while many pet owners are aware of the items which are toxic to their pets, it’s easy to get distracted during the festive season so the materials we have put together are intended as a reminder to be diligent and keep pets safe from harm.”

To claim your free Pet Dangers practice resource kit, visit the website, contact your local territory manager, email help@tvm-uk.com
or call 0800 0385868. You can also visit the resource page on the website or check @TVMUK to find additional social media content to use or share.

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