Visitors to Improve International’s stand at London Vet Show will be invited to “Save Fido” by playing the life-size operation game on the company’s stand (M48).

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Delegates at London Vet Show can attempt to “Save Fido” and win £5,000 in CPD vouchers.

Those who manage to “operate” on Fido successfully, removing all eight pieces without setting off the buzzer, will be entered into a prize draw to win £5,000 towards one of Improve’s modular CPD programmes.

The £5,000 modular CPD voucher can be put towards any of Improve’s modular courses, which include small animal medicine, small animal surgery and a range of clinical programmes relevant to practice.

Improve International’s managing director David Babington said: “‘Save Fido’ is a light-hearted way for visitors to our stand to test their skills using a pair of metal tongs to remove a number of foreign bodies from the unfortunate Fido.

“One winner will win £5,000 towards one of our modular courses, giving them a great opportunity to develop their skills and expertise. We look forward to some tense moments on our stand.”

Improve International is one of the UK’s leading veterinary training companies with a 17-year track record in providing structured CPD to veterinary professionals.

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