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  • ROYAL CANIN celebrates 50 years of nutrition

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    To celebrate 50 years in nutrition, ROYAL CANIN is offering vet practices a special promotion until November, offering a ‘Try Wet when you Buy Dry’ on selected feline diets. Practices can join the celebrations with commemorative 50th anniversary bunting, display units, stickers, posters and a 50th anniversary food container giveaways for clients.

    Since its inception in 1968, ROYAL CANIN has led the way with its passion for veterinary nutrition. Its founder, Jean Cathary, instilled his belief that food could impact the health of animals. Since then, ROYAL CANIN became the first to design a nutritional programme based on the size and age of dogs. Pioneers in weight management, in 2005 the company launched the first European Weight Management Clinic in Liverpool, which has seen hundreds of animals benefit from the very best in weight management techniques.

    Erin Biss, Marketing Executive at ROYAL CANIN, said: “ROYAL CANIN has led the way in many areas of veterinary nutrition and we can’t wait to share what we have planned for the future. “50 years on, we continue to put science at the heart of everything we do. From our specially developed diets, to investment in education, supporting important research projects and collaborating with the UK’s universities. We hope vet practices around the UK will join us in celebrating this milestone.”

    For more information about ROYAL CANIN’s 50th anniversary offer, please speak to your ROYAL CANIN Vet Business Manager.
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