Vet’s Kitchen offered free nutritional health checks for dogs at its pop-up clinic at Chessington Garden Centre this weekend.
The pop-up clinic was open from 9am until 6pm on Saturday, and 9.30am until 4pm on Sunday, with pet owners being encouraged to take their four-legged friend along to receive a free, one-to-one vet check with a veterinary professional to review their pet’s health and wellbeing, as well as their dietary requirements.
Alongside the consultation, visitors to the stand received free advice and a sample of Vet’s Kitchen products, as well as a 10% discount voucher to spend at Chessington Garden Centre. What’s more, every pet who underwent a ‘shape up’ assessment was eligible to win a personalised pet coach service for the next six months and month’s supply of Vet’s Kitchen food. Pet owners were also entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Gift Card to spend in-store.
Jenny Philp, managing director and practicing vet at Vet’s Kitchen said: “We’re passionate about educating the nation on feeding the right food to our four legged companions and as experienced vets, we know that a well-balanced and nutritious diet is a key factor for keeping pets happy and healthy.
“If there is no sufficient proof that an ingredient has a positive impact on an animal’s health, then it doesn’t make it into our food – it’s as simple as that. As a brand, we’re committed to being clear and transparent about everything that goes into our food and we’re looking forward to seeing local pet owners visit our pop-up clinic over the weekend for a free weigh-in and assessment to see how their pet’s diet shapes up, no matter what their breed or age.”