TV vet Joe Inglis to offer canine health scans at East of England Show
TV vet Joe Inglis, is taking his campaign for healthier pets on the road this summer - and the East of England County Show will be the third venue for his Vet’s Kitchen Health Scan Roadshow.
From his new purpose-built trailer, complete with TV screen showing pet health advice videos, Joe and his team will be offering canine visitors a scan plus advice on issues such as weight control, joint mobility, digestive and skin problems to their owners.
Joe said: “Using the latest ultrasound scanning technology, the Vet’s Kitchen Health Scan will give East of England’s dog owners a unique and accurate insight into their own pet’s state of health and body condition.
“Because we anticipate assessing more than 1,000 dogs during our four-month tour at some of England’s top county shows, we believe the results will provide a longer-term scientific assessment of the health and wellbeing of our canine companions in the UK.”
The Vet’s Kitchen Health Scan Roadshow will also be an opportunity for East of England County Show pet owners to learn more about Joe’s new Vet’s Kitchen range of natural veterinary pet foods and active sauce supplements which he has personally formulated to provide the very best level of nutritional care for dogs and cats.
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Vet’s Kitchen is available from major supermarkets including Asda, Ocado.com, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and selected Waitrose, Boots, Jollyes Pet Stores and independent pet stores.
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