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TVM UK launches Pet Eye Health Awareness Week

To support this initiative, TVM UK is supplying veterinary practices with a kit to create their own personalised eye-catching waiting room display

To coincide with National Eye Health Awareness Week, TVM UK has launched Pet Eye Health Awareness Week (21-27 September 2020) to help pet owners identify common symptoms of eye disease and to seek prompt veterinary attention where appropriate.

To support this initiative, TVM UK is supplying veterinary practices with a kit to create their own personalised eye-catching waiting room display to briefly and visually inform owners about the common symptoms of eye disease. Pet owners can obtain further, more in-depth information by scanning the QR code on their smartphone camera which takes them directly to the webpage.

Also included is a “Who’s Got Their Eye on You” mini quiz to help engage clients to see if they can spot one of their pets in the animal line up.

Will Peel, Product Manager at TVM UK explains:

“Eye problems in pets can sometimes be hard for pet owners to pick up so we have launched Pet Eye Health Awareness Week to raise awareness of common symptoms of poor eye heath so problems can be identified early and pet owners can seek veterinary advice quickly”.

For more information, 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 Facebook to find additional eye-health related social media content to use or share.

The Corneal Focus Range from TVM UK comprises a range of products to maintain corneal health and a suite of educational materials to help veterinary staff in practice.

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