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Memory Bloom is set to appear at the London Vet Show

Memory Bloom is gearing up for a busy London Vet Show on November 16 to 17th at London’s Excel. The company has been working with vets across the UK to offer Memory Bloom as a part of their health programmes or customer retention schemes.

Memory Bloom marks the passing of a pet by providing a living, flowering memorial and everything needed for holding a simple ceremony.

Johanna Buitelaar-Warden, Memory Bloom’s founder and owner, said, “we have been overwhelmed by the media and public response since our official launch back in May and are looking forward to being able to hit the London Vet Show running!

“We’ve always believed that Memory Bloom is a perfect product for Veterinary Hospitals and those with euthanasia rooms to stock. It’s other function is as a gifting product as part of a health care scheme or gesture.

“It can really offer a point of differentiation for surgeries and aid with customer retention when a customer may well use a another practitioner after a ‘negative experience’ of having their pet euthanised. Our research so far into the sector has been met with an incredibly positive response.”

The Memory Bloom kits contain bio degradable containers, compost and seeds as well as a special story book and little notes and markers to personalise the memorial.

Free standing display units are available. Memory Bloom retails at £38.95. See Memory Bloom at the London Vet Show, Excel, London, between 16-17th November on stand number P58.

 

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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