TVM has a new resource that they would LOVE you to tell your clients about!

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A 2022 study1 found that pet owners with epileptic dogs often felt overwhelmed with the diagnosis and the information discussed at the initial consultation. It’s a lot to take in!

Many of you form part of the front of house team and we know that probably means you get to chat to clients and their pets – meaning you are in a great position to offer them that little bit of extra support.

So, to support pet owners (and save vets time) we have launched a new website for owners of epileptic pets.

Myepilepticpet.co.uk is designed to offer additional support for the ongoing management of epilepsy and to complement the advice and treatment already offered by their veterinary practices.

With detailed information and guidance on the condition, including travelling with an epileptic pet, feeding information, a downloadable epilepsy diary and answers to the most commonly asked questions, the website is an essential resource for people caring for an epileptic pet.

We would love it if you would share the link with your clients and have even created a QR code for you to print for your waiting room or include in any email newsletters you may send out.

  1. Pergande AE, Belshaw Z, Volk HA, Packer RMA. Owner perspectives on the impact of veterinary surgeons upon their decision making in the management of dogs with idiopathic epilepsy. Vet Rec. 2022;e2482. http://doi.org/10.1002/vetr.2482

 

 

 

 

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