Wahroonga

The Fox Valley Animal Hospital Royal Canin prize draw

Fox Valley Animal Hospital is dedicated to preventive pet healthcare and what better way to do it than providing the best quality food available. We are excited to announce that one of our lucky clients will win a year’s worth of premium Royal Canin food for their pet regardless of breed or size!

 

 

What makes Royal Canin so unique?

 

Royal Canin make the most precise and effective nutrition for your pet. They take into account every aspect of your pets’ life such as age, gender, size, genetics and specific needs. To make such an effective diet it has taken extensive observation, endless dialogue between pet professionals, owners, and veterinarians. But even this isn’t enough.

These diets are prepared to the exact standards each time giving your pet consistency. They have been tested to document performance over sustained periods. And we love the fact that Royal Canin tries to reduce their carbon footprint by using sustainable resources.

 

Dr Alex, Dr Katie and all the nurses at Fox Valley Animal Hospital only feed Royal Canin to their pets.Fox Valley Animal Hospital draw

 

How do you enter Fox Valley Animal Hospital’s draw for the food?

It’s simple just head to our Face book page and follow the link. All we need is your email address to qualify you into the draw. And don’t forget to ‘like our page’ at the same time.

 

Get in quick- this generous offer from Royal Canin will not be repeated so now is the time to enter.

 

Draw closes September 30th 2015 at Fox Valley Animal Hospital Wahroonga. Winners will be notified by email and asked a simple question, with the winner announced on our blog and social media by October 15th 2015.

Want to find out more about Royal Canin food and why it’s great nutrition for your pet? Check out our nutrition page! 

About the Author
My name is Hayley and I'm a senior vet nurse at Fox Valley Animal Hospital. I studied, qualified and started working as a Veterinary nurse in the UK over 15 years ago. I worked in a small but very busy practice about 30 minutes outside London in a place called Gravesend. I decided to travel and left old Blighty for the sunny shores of Australia. I worked for Dr Alex Brittan at Fox Valley Animal Hospital during my stay in Oz. I fell in love with the country, the people and the weather so decided to call Australia home. Since then I have Married, had babies, and own Toby a kelpie cross! and I'm still here. I love my job as a vet nurse. I enjoy the challenge of difficult cases, I love and share in the joy of being able to help peoples pets and the reward is priceless. I wouldn't change my profession for the world.