In response to the alarming rise in pet obesity, UK Pet Food is proud to announce the launch of an interactive and educational tool designed to empower dog owners with the knowledge and resources to combat this pressing issue.
UK Pet Food is at Sandown for PATS in Gold Box 3 to welcome existing and potential members to join them for a networking lunch from 1230 on Monday 27th March. PATS attendees can also book a 20-minute slot for bespoke advice from UK Pet Food by emailing [email protected].
UK Pet Food has announced a new online Pet Food and Nutrition Course, which runs 21 February – 2 March 2023. The webinar series has been organised following the success of previous events and is open to all pet care professionals interested in pet nutrition and pet food production.
PFMA (now UK Pet Food) continues to monitor investigations into Canine DCM (Dilated Cardiomyopathy) in the US, and urges pet owners to feed their pets with a complete and balanced diet, made by reputable manufactures.
The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) are currently investigating a spike in cats presenting with the symptoms of pancytopenia. This is a condition which causes a deficiency in all types of blood cells. Symptoms can include fever, pale gums, blood in the urine and faeces and bleeding from the nose.
PFMA, alongside other organisations making up the SPS Certification Working Group, which includes food and feed trade associations, hauliers, farmers and veterinary and environmental health professional organisations have joined together to propose in a new report an urgent new veterinary agreement and streamlined processes to resolve crippling restrictions to exports to the EU, Britain’s largest trading partner.