Avacta Animal Health are delighted to be exhibiting at the BSAVA Congress in Birmingham from 6 – 9 April 2017. Come along to stand 808 and say ‘Hello’
Whether you want to ask a question on canine, feline or equine allergy, or would like to learn more about our range of non-allergy products and innovations there will be a member of staff who would love to help.
At our stand you have the opportunity to let out your creative side and enter our ‘Name the PAW Pets’ competition as well as having the chance to win a £100 Amazon gift card by completing the exhibition voucher in the delegate packs.
We will also have a Pet Allergy Week pack on the stand so you can get an exclusive look and register your interest!
Please note over the Christmas period we will be closed for the national bank holidays. The customer services department and laboratory will be open for the normal working days between Christmas and New Year from 9.00am – 3.00pm.
All canine Lymphoma Blood Tests and Acute Phase Protein tests will be run as normal during working days. Full working hours will resume on Tuesday 3rd January.
Happy Christmas and New Year from all the team at Avacta Animal Health.
We are delighted to be exhibiting and supporting the London Vet Show holiday passport at this year’s event in its new home at ExCel. Come along to our stand at M63 to learn about our complete allergy service of tests and treatments, including our new enhanced equine allergy test.
We’ll also be showcasing our range of revolutionary multi-marker algorithm based tests, including the canine lymphoma blood test (cLBT), and you can enter our caption competition courtesy of Natural VetCare Prescribed and have your advert created in Vet Times and VN Times!
Here’s a recent podcast by the Veterinary Marketing podcast with Dr Sue Ettinger aka Dr Sue The Cancer Vet.
A real ambassador for the veterinary industry, Dr Sue The Cancer Vet talks about her work on raising awareness of cancer in dogs and cats and the myths and misconceptions around treating dogs and cats with cancer. She shares her experiences with social media and communicating and engaging with pet owners.
There’s a lot of useful insight here both for a veterinary professional and for those involved in veterinary marketing – and with almost 30,000 likes on facebook its great to hear how someone dealing with such a sensitive topic as cancer can do so it a way that engages pet owners and the veterinary profession.
Avacta Animal Health’s Spring/Summer Newsletter now available!
Read our new canine lymphoma case study, find out about our new Natural VetCare prescribed nutraceuticals range, gain insight into the latest animal health topics from our key opinion leader, Professor Richard E W Halliwell, and much much more!
Avacta Animal Health are delighted to be exhibiting at the NORTH AMERICAN VETERINARY COMMUNITY CONFERENCE held in Orlando, Florida.
Visit our booth number 3402, to learn about how the canine lymphoma blood test (cLBT) can help diagnose lymphoma, provide a guide to treatment success during chemotherapy and monitor patients to predict relapse early.
We will also have information on Avacta Animal Health’s veterinary laboratory services, delivering market leading diagnostic tests, designed to help vets and owners care for their animals through more accurate diagnosis.
Over the Christmas period, Avacta Animal Health will be closed for the national bank holidays. The Customer Services department and laboratory will be open for the normal working days between Christmas and New Year from 09.00 – 16.00. All canine Lymphoma Blood Tests and Acute Phase Protein tests will be run as normal during working days.
Full working hours will resume on Monday 4th January.
May we wish you a Happy Christmas and New Year from all the team at Avacta Animal Health.
Here’s your chance to watch our free webinar, in association with CPD Solutions, on the canine Lymphoma Blood Test – Insights and Experience from First Opinion Practice. Presented by Iain Grant DipACVIM, The University of Glasgow, the webinar will provide you with a current overview of the increasing use of the canine Lymphoma Blood Test (cLBT) in first opinion practices and how it’s beginning to highlight new areas where the test can be helpful to both you and your clients.
This webinar will cover:
The current thinking around diagnosis and treatment of canine lymphoma.
Where the cLBT can help in this process, including the most difficult cases.
How the test has the potential to help with patient prognosis.
Where the cLBT can best be used when monitoring your chemotherapy patients.
Read the case study of Dyllan Pilkington, a 9 year old Cocker Spaniel, who was presented to Tom Forsyth of the Highcliff Veterinary Practice in Brantham.
Diagnosed with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma by flow cytometry on 1st May 2014, Dyllan had chemotherapy using the CHOP (Madison-Wisconsin protocol without L-asparaginase), finishing with a final doxorubicin infusion on the 18th November 2014.
Read the whole case study and find out how the Avacta Animal Health canine Lymphoma Blood Test (cLBT) was used for monitoring every month HERE.