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    Virbac are encouraging delegates at this year’s London Vet Show to visit their stand, N55, and take ‘The Virbac Dermatology Challenge’ to be in with a chance to win a £1,000 shopping spree… just in time for Christmas!

    The Virbac Dermatology Challenge is an interactive and fast competition! The aim of the game is to correctly identify and recommend treatments for dermatology cases, using the extensive Virbac dermatology range, in the fastest possible time.

    You will be able to check your score on the leaderboard that will be continually updated throughout the show; the person who completes the challenge in the fastest time will win the £1,000 Shopping Spree prize.

    Virbac look forward to welcoming delegates to their stand to find out how their wide range of dermatology products demonstrate why vets and nurses should … Think Skin, Think Virbac!

    Virbac is a unique global, family run, company dedicated exclusively to animal health for almost 50 years. Virbac offers a wide portfolio of innovative and award winning products that combine quality, effectiveness and convenience for veterinary surgeons, nurses, SQPs and pet owners alike.

    The London Vet Show takes place from 16th – 17th November at ExCeL London.

    Terms and conditions apply for both The Virbac Dermatology Challenge. Full T&C’s can be found at www.virbac.co.uk

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