Royal Canin Launches “Bring My Dog to the Vet” Campaign
Attention, dog parents!
The global leading actor in pet health and nutrition Royal Canin unveiled the Bring My Dog to the Vet (BMDV) campaign last July 3, with the aim to educate Filipino pet owners on the importance of preventive healthcare for dogs through regular veterinarian visits.
(From left to right) Royal Canin Trade Marketing Executive Diane Lopez, Royal Canin Business Development Manager Gino Astor, Royal Canin Scientific Communications Manager Dr. Po-An Buiser, Joyce Pring, Chico Garcia, Issa Pressman, and Royal Canin Vet Pillar Head for Sales and Marketing Ann Madelene Garcia.
Gracing the launch were media personalities Joyce Pring, Issa Pressman, and Chico Garcia, who also brought their pet dogs with them at the event launch.
By leveraging today’s technology, Royal Canin developed its website by launching an easy-to-use platform that will enable pet owners to schedule their pet’s regular vet visits to over 100 participating clinics nationwide by just completing a registration online.
In addition, Royal Canin will provide free standard check-ups together with their partner veterinary clinics for the first 3,000 dogs registered in the Bring My Dog to the Vet website starting on July 3.
“We, at Royal Canin, recognize the need to establish and pioneer an education campaign that would mobilize the pet lovers community in advocacy for the well-being of dogs, ” Royal Canin Vet Pillar Head for Sales and Marketing Ann Madelene Garcia said. “Through the BMDV campaign, we aim to encourage pet owners and vet practitioners to be our partners not just in pet nutrition but most importantly in responsible pet ownership across the country.”
(From left to right) Royal Canin Scientific Communications Manager Dr. Po-An Buiser, Royal Canin Trade Marketing Executive Diane Lopez, and Royal Canin Vet Pillar Head for Sales and Marketing Ann Madelene Garcia.
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It also provides monthly newsletters with information on pet healthcare, nutrition for dogs, the importance of vaccines, and tips for responsible pet ownership among others.
The BMDV campaign hopes to help owners promote this responsible practice of bringing their dogs to the vet even after their first year.
For those who want to join the campaign, visit Royal Canin’s website at www.royalcanin.ph and look for the Bring My Dog to the Vet tab and register.
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This is a press release. Minor edits were made prior to publishing.
Images courtesy of Royal Canin.