Owners of Kennel Club registered dogs can get their pet’s eyes examined by one of the UK’s top veterinary ophthalmologists at this year’s CLA Game Fair.

The tests are being offered at the event, taking place at Blenheim Palace near Woodstock in Oxfordshire, from July 18 to 20, as part of the British Veterinary Association/Kennel Club/International Sheepdog Society (BVA/KC/ISDS) eye test scheme.

They will take place at the Kennel Club stand on all three days of the show and will work on an appointment basis. They will be available for any breed. KC registration certificates must be presented at the time.

KC secretary Caroline Kisko said: “We are thrilled to offer canine eye testing at the CLA Game Fair again this year and, as the show is one of the highlights in the calendar for many dog lovers, the eye testing always proves very popular.

“We are very lucky to have Peter Bedford, one of the UK’s top veterinary ophthalmologists carrying out the eye tests again, and this is a great opportunity for dog owners who may be attending the fair to have their much loved pets’ eyes tested.

To book, email susan.sampson@thekennelclub.org.uk or go to the stand at the show. A standard eye examination costs £30 and glaucoma testing is £38.

Visit www.thekennelclub.org.uk/health/health-information-and-resources/health-schemes-and-programmes/bvakc-health-schemes/bvakcisds-eye-scheme for further information about canine eye testing.

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