Virbac marketing manager Simon Boulton talks to vetsonline about the company’s Parvo-Alert service – a social media network, designed to alert people when cases of parvovirus occur throughout the country.

Currently available through Facebook and Twitter, Simon hopes 2014 will see the service expand and become a fully functioning online resource in its own right, with a dedicated website that will include fact sheets, Q&As and maps showing parvovirus hotspots throughout the UK.

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