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Royal Canin will send mobile veterinary stations to six Russian cities at once.

In October and November of this year, Royal Canin will send mobile veterinary stations to six Russian cities at once. Owners of cats and dogs in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov, Krasnodar, Perm and Yekaterinburg will be able to pass free check-ups with their pets and get advice from professional veterinarians.

Everyone can get an appointment to a vetmobile: for this it is enough to track the route of its movement on the special project page ( ), choose a convenient time and make an appointment. Without an appointment you will be able to get an appointment on a first come, first served basis. In Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov and Yekaterinburg, the wind mounts will start on October 9 and will work every day for a month. In Perm and Krasnodar, inspections of domestic animals will begin on October 24 and end on November 7.   

The program of free veterinary diagnostics Royal Canin organizes for the second year in a row. Only in the spring of 2017, more than 5,500 dogs and cats of Moscow and St. Petersburg underwent a medical examination in vetmobiles. In total, during the time of the project, the doctors examined 7,200 pets. Experience has shown that 45% of the examined animals reveal health problems that require further diagnosis or treatment . At the same time, 42% of owners of cats and dogs confirmed that they attend a veterinary clinic no more than once a year, and only 14% of the respondents bring pets for routine check-ups.

“ Often, the owners feel that their cat or dog is completely healthy, since there are no visible signs of indisposition, but thousands of professional inspections in Royal Canin old-fashioned cars say the opposite. To prevent serious consequences of imperceptibly proceeding diseases, animals need to be brought to regular medical examination. And we are glad that some of the owners, having learned about the opportunity to undergo the initial inspection, brought the pets to the check - up, ” says Svetlana Obruchkova, General Director of Royal Canin in Russia. 


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