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VNs and student VNs in practice have less than a week to supply their tips for feeding inappetent pets, for which they could win £250 in Amazon vouchers.

The “Eat Up” competition – a team-up between vettimes.co.uk, VN Times and Virbac’s new product Nutribound – closes this Thursday (30 June), meaning potential pet feeding superstars don’t have long to supply their advice.

The person providing the most helpful tip or story will win Amazon vouchers worth £250.

Entries from the competition – which can come through the survey at the top of this page or through email to eatup@vbd.co.uk – will result in a free downloadable guide to feeding picky patients, which will be launched by Virbac later this year.

How to enter

You can complete the survey at the top of this page, or you can email your top tip, along with your name, qualification/status, address, practice, email address, telephone number and any image captions, to eatup@vbd.co.uk by 30 June 2016.

For more information, visit the competition’s launch page or see the May edition of VN Times.

Terms and conditions

This competition is targeted at veterinary nurses who have worked, or are working, in practice. This includes student veterinary nurses. However, other veterinary profession members in UK practice can enter. Virbac holds the rights to all information provided and has the right to use it for publicity purposes.

The prize is as stated and no cash payment or alternative will be provided. Closing date is 30 June 2016. Entries received after this date will not be considered. The winner will be selected by a judging panel comprising representatives from VN Times and Virbac. Participants will be contacted by 15 July 2016.

All applicants are presumed to have read and accepted the terms and conditions. All applications are presumed to have sought animal owner permission to submit information on them to this competition.

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