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National Office of Animal Health Care Is Looking For the Stars of its 2015 Calendar

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Following the success of last year’s calendar, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has launched its search for the stars the next #iheartmypet heathcare calendar. The team are looking for pets that are a picture of health as part of its mission to celebrate healthy, happy pets and through the Pet Health Information website.

NOAH will choose four lovable pets of all shapes and sizes to feature in the 2015 edition of the seasonal wall-planner. The calendar is part of the ongoing NOAH ‘I heart my pet’ campaign, designed to celebrate how much UK pet owners care about the animals in their lives and to encourage them to think about the health of their pets and to seek independent, expert animal healthcare advice.

“We know how much UK pet owners love their pets so we’re looking forward to seeing lots of pictures of healthy, happy pets to feature in our calendar on the Pet Health Information website,’ says NOAH Chief Executive, Philip Sketchley. ‘The calendar is intended to make people smile with fantastic photos of pets great and small, but it’s also aimed at reminding pet owners of the importance of making sure their pets’ healthcare needs are taken care of, throughout the year. Pet owners can visit the Pet Health Information website for independent, expert advice for all species, from a range of veterinary and pet care professionals, as well as tips and ideas for keeping pets happy and healthy all year round.”

Let your customers and clientele know they can enter by simply uploading a photo of their pet to http://www.pethealthinfo.org.uk/picture-of-health (terms and conditions apply). The four lucky winners will receive a special framed version of the calendar wall planner featuring their pet, as well as a hamper of goodies for their pet worth up to £50. The calendar will also be available to download from www.pethealthinfo.org.uk and printed as an A3 poster.

For more information or to enter the competition, simply visit http://www.pethealthinfo.org.uk/picture-of-health and upload your photo or video before 1st December 2014. The lucky winners will be announced by 15th December 2014.

 

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