Dr+Vet presents its range of ophthalmological nutraceuticals to the students of the Certification Course in Veterinary Ophthalmology of the UAB

The veterinary ophthalmologists Marta Leiva and Maria Teresa Peña, ECVO graduates, responsible for the Ophthalmology Service of the Hospital Clínic Veterinari of the UAB and professors in the Department of Medicine and Surgery of Small Animals of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona are the directors and heads of the course.

Yesterday, 6th of July of 2022, Dr+Vet had the immense luck of being able to present its range of Dr+Vet ophthalmological nutraceuticals to the students of the Certification Course in Veterinary Ophthalmology that has been held at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) annually for more than 25 years.

The 24 veterinarians of the course, who came from Spain and other countries in Europe and America, received information about the nutraceuticals to complement the treatment and help improve the symptomatology of the following different specific ophthalmological pathologies: retinopathies, glaucoma, dry eye disease or keratoconjunctivitis sicca, cataracts, blepharitis and other palpebral alterations.

It was a pleasure to be able to share some time with all the veterinarians and to be able to explain our different products and their uses to the future specialists in veterinary ophthalmology!

Dr+Vet Pet Care was present at the annual conference of the ECVO 2022 in Salzburg


From Thursday the 2nd until Sunday the 5th of June, took place the annual meeting of the European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ECVO) at the Salzburg Congress in Salzburg (Austria).

Even still under the shadow of Covid-19, more than half of the 450 ophthalmologists registered at the congress, decided to follow the different conferences in person, having to travel from different countries in Europe, such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Finland, France, etc. or even from even more distant locations such as America or Asia.

Dr.Vet Pet Care successfully presented in its booth to all attendees its unique and innovative ophthalmological line, indicated for patients with pathologies such as glaucoma, cataracts, retinopathies, dry eye disease/keratoconjunctivitis sicca and palpebral pathologies. This range of nutraceutical products for veterinary ophthalmology has natural, effective and specific components to help alleviate, prevent or improve the symptoms of different eye diseases.

Both, companies and veterinarians showed great interest in the different products as well as the possibility of their acquisition in their respective countries. Dr+Vet Pet Care was able to reaffirm its commitment to promoting veterinary learning, establishing itself as a trusted brand for ophthalmologists and strengthening its relations with the veterinarians, in order to provide products that helps improving animal’s health, their quality of life and also, highlight the importance of the prevention of certain ocular diseases.