Avacta Animal Health unveils exciting new developments at London Vet Show (LVS)

Visitors to next week’s London Vet Show (LVS) at Olympia (November 19 and 20) will have plenty of reasons to visit Avacta Animal Health’s stand N30.

Veterinary professionals will be offered a free complete trial of an exclusive new Natural Vet Care ‘Prescribed’ brand of nutraceuticals, be able to learn more about Avacta’s new canine pancreatitis (cPAN) test and its innovative new CYNO-Dial and FELI-DIAL test, set to transform pet allergy treatment in the UK.

Avacta will also be encouraging veterinary teams to join a webinar on the canine Lymphoma Blood Test (cLBT) and are sponsors of a Thailand Adventure competition.

Visitors have the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Thailand with Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS), worth £12,000, simply by visiting the Avacta stand and other sponsors’ stands and getting their ‘passport’ stamped.

Attendees of the show can also sign up for a free trial of Avacta’s exclusive new Natural Vet Care ‘Prescribed’ brand of nutraceuticals.

The company has become distributor for this range of premium supplements for cats and dogs which are manufactured in the UK.

Products have been specially formulated for the British market to address some of the most common issues found in pets today – skin problems, joint wear and tear and age related conditions.

LVS visitors can also find out more about the development of Avacta’s new canine pancreatitis (cPAN) test.

Developed to provide a rapid test for acute canine pancreatitis, cPAN is the only test for canine pancreatitis that has been validated against two separate gold standard methods; histology and blinded clinical assessment.

A unique and innovative new test set to transform pet allergy treatment in the UK will also feature on the Avacta stand.

Working in partnership with Galileo Diagnostics (France), Avacta’s CYNO-DIAL (dog test) and FELI-DIAL (cat test) dramatically reduces the time needed to help vets prescribe the most appropriate diets for an elimination trial.

Requiring only a simple blood sample, both tests featuring at LVS have been billed as the next step after Avacta’s SENSITEST® food allergy test and detect the presence of specific IgE for each of the allergenic proteins contained in the various veterinary prescribed diets tested, alongside the animals’ existing diet.

Avacta Animal Health’s commercial manager, Hayley Booth, said:

“The Avacta team are very much looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand. The team behind Natural VetCare have over thirty years’ experience in animal nutraceuticals and we’d invite you to try any of their products so that you can see the difference for yourself, and most importantly your pet can feel the difference.”

“It’s an exciting time for us and we can’t wait to share news on all our fabulous new products as well as invite people to join Iain Grant for his webinar on cLBT.”

At the show Avacta will be highlighting a forthcoming prognosis webinar on the canine Lymphoma Blood Test (cLBT) with Iain Grant DipACVIM, the University of Glasgow, which takes place on Tuesday, December 1 at 7pm.

Iain will share insights and experience from first opinion practice on the test. Increasing use of cLBT is beginning to highlight new areas where the test can be helpful to both practitioners and clients.

During the webinar data and case studies will show how cLBT assists first opinion practitioners in their treatment and monitoring of lymphoma in dogs and can help keep clients well informed about the treatment and prognosis of lymphoma in their pet.

To sign-up for the webinar on December 1 follow the link:
http://www.veterinarywebinars.com/avacta-clbt/

Visitors to the London Vet Show on November 19 and 20 can visit Avacta Animal Health at stand N30.

For more information visit www.avactaanimalhealth.com, email customer.services@avacta.com or call 0800 8494 550.