Nova Laboratories is gearing up to showcase its range of personalised pet medicine at the Veterinary Education for Tomorrow (VET) Festival 2017.

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Nova Laboratories will showcase its range of personalised pet medicine at the 2017 VET Festival 2017.

Staff will be on hand to equip vets with the right tools to help them improve outcomes for the animals in their care, at stand ST08 at the event.

Flexibility

Nova’s anti “one-size-fits-all” approach offers flexibility to vets when treating animals who cannot take mainstream drugs, the company said.

The company was established in 1994 by a group of ex-NHS staff and now offers up to 10,000 different formulations.

Nova said it is one of the UK’s leading independent suppliers of veterinary and human medicines.

Liquid formulations

Nova group sales and marketing manager Karen Cole said: “It can often be difficult to treat an animal with a course of tablets and that’s where our liquid formulations come in.

“They can be squirted directly into the inside of the animal’s mouth, thereby improving pet compliance – many vets we help have experienced the benefits of personalised pet medicine first-hand.”

VET Festival takes place in Loseley Park, Surrey on 9-10 June.

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