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Vets4pets Raises £3,000 For Woodland Trust At London Vet Show

1 year ago

23rd November, 2022 10h42


Vets4Pets, which is part of Pets at Home, has announced it will donate £3,000 to the Woodland Trust following its fundraising at this year’s London Vet Show.

As a thank you to those who attended, Vets4Pets will make the donation to the Woodland Trust, the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity, on behalf of everyone who visited the stand during the event.

The donation forms part of Pets at Home’s partnership with the Woodland Trust and supports its Better World Pledge, which includes commitments to positively impact the life of every pet in the UK by 2030, enhance the lives of one million people by 2030 through a shared love of pets and to become net zero by 2040. All will play a vital part in helping Pets at Home to achieve its mission of becoming the most responsible pet care business in the world.

Louise Stonier, Chief Operating Officer at Vets4Pets, said: “Attending the London Vet Show for the first time since my appointment as Chief Operating Officer was a wonderful experience.

“It was a fantastic opportunity to catch up with colleagues and contacts from across the industry, made even better by knowing that together we’ve raised money for such an important cause. It's a great feeling to know this contribution will help the Woodland Trust to create, restore and protect woodlands across the UK.”

London Vet Show is one of the veterinary industry’s biggest events of the year and welcomed thousands of delegates at the ExCel, London last week. It provides an opportunity for people to relax and reconnect with their peers, whilst accessing the support they need to develop their careers through the conference’s extensive CPD programme.

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