Danetre Health has launched a campaign to help animal rescue charities across the UK.

Dual PhotizoThe company’s “Photizo to the Rescue” campaign allows people to nominate their favourite rescue charity or not-for-profit rescue to become Photizo’s “Rescue of the Month” and receive a Photizo Vetcare device, a pocket-sized phototherapy tool.

Photizo Vetcare delivers a combination of pulsating red and infrared light in pre-programmed 30 seconds doses. The company claims it can be used for a wide variety of conditions, as well as accelerating the natural healing process and skin issues.

Excited about campaign

Danetre Health’s managing director Ruth Milner said: “We’re very excited about our campaign.

“We’re committed to helping animals in rescue and educating their volunteers about the healing benefits of this modern simple-to-use phototherapy.

“We’re sure Photizo will be able to help rehabilitate animals in rescue helping them find their forever home. Anyone can nominate, all we need is the name of the nominated rescue organisation, a few details about their work and how they would benefit from having their own Photizo Vetcare unit.”

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