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Royal Canin is offering luxurious seasonal hampers to a selection of lucky practices this Christmas

Royal Canin is launching a special promotion to bring some festive cheer to small animal practices, with luxurious seasonal hampers packed with Christmas treats up for grabs.

With the offer open to all practices spending a minimum of £600 on a mixture of any Royal Canin clinical and life-stage diets, the pet food manufacturer is aiming to reward practices for their loyal custom over the past year, as the brand continues to innovate within the health nutrition sector.

Delicious treats on offer in the hampers include fruit cakes, mince pies, shortbreads, salted caramel wafers, savoury biscuits, chocolate, fudge, tea, coffee and old fashioned confectionery. In addition, Royal Canin is also giving all participating vet practices 100 stickers to place on pet food bags for their clients to have the chance to win a family trip to New York.

Marianne Lomberg, Veterinary Marketing Manager at Royal Canin explained: “In the past year, we’ve launched a wide array of new diets, including our new renal and satiety ranges. This promotion is all about creating a feel good factor, thanking those practices who have supported us during the course of 2014 and rewarding their clients.”

The seasonal campaign will run until 31st December. Additional elements of the campaign include the opportunity for practices to win a ‘best display’ competition (with the winner receiving cinema tickets for all practice staff and a guest of their choice) and the ability for clients to vote for their ‘rescue dog of the year’ to benefit one lucky rescue centre with enough food to feed 50 dogs for a month. For more information (including terms and conditions), visit www.royalcanin.co.uk or contact your Veterinary Business Manager.

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