Practices can register for the UK’s third Pet Allergy Week (PAW), set for 5-11 June 2017.

logoMore than 500 practices took part in the 2016 initiative, and organiser Avacta Animal Health is hoping to get a record number of practices involved in this year’s event, which is designed to raise awareness of allergies in cats and dogs.

Clinical signs

Avacta spokesman Gary Skipper said: “This year’s PAW campaign will focus on the clinical signs associated with allergies in cats and dogs, as well as what is involved in the diagnosis and treatment process.”

To help raise the PAW profile, Avacta has created a series of yet-to-be-named characters to help engage pet owners with the initiative and demonstrate the clinical signs associated with allergies in pets.

Registration

To register your practice for the 2017 PAW, complete the short online registration form on Avacta’s website.

Alternatively, practices can speak to their local territory manager, or contact the Avacta customer services team via 0800 3047 047 or customer.services@avacta.com

The registration deadline to receive a pack is Friday 5 May.

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The 2017 Pet Allergy Week pack will contain new poster, wobbler and banner designs, as well as new characters.
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