The Quezon City skyline.

VetPlus has announced its planned expansion into the Philippines where it will try to grow its business in a country with more than 10 million dogs.

The company’s headquarters will be located in Quezon City (pictured above), a short distance from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.


VetPlus will be distributing its range of animal health products for both livestock and pets to the Philippines, where the economy grew by 6.8% last year. Here, the firm believes it can generate annual turnover in excess of £1 million within five years.

Divisional director at VetPlus Neil Pullar said: “There is a lack of education in the veterinary nutraceuticals field and, as a leading company in the industry, we believe we can help to fill the gap by providing the best products to aid the health and well-being of pets in the Philippines.

“Our full VetPlus product range is in the process of registration, with a number of products already available.”

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