Pet Gazette March 2019 - Page 19

ADVERTORIAL | PET GAZETTE | 19 PALEO RIDGE Introducing the Ready Raw range S ix months ago, we began looking at a range of ideas, with the goal of making raw feeding convenient for all. We asked ourselves the question: “What are the barriers to feeding a raw diet?”. The core concept of this vision was an easy to feed, affordable product range that would help make raw feeding available to the masses. What we have developed is much more than this, with a number of other functions designed into the products that make them the most convenient to feed, raw RABBIT WELFARE ASSOCIATION AND FUND Join us at our Birmingham conference WAF and Burgess Pet Care have been working together to deliver rabbit specific CPD for 15 years. We are offering a day packed full of health, welfare and behaviour. This ‘Essentials’ day is for every non clinical person that works with rabbits and a CPD certificate will be issued to each delegate. This will be held at Birmingham Conference and Events Centre, Birmingham on 1 June 2019. RWAF members £60 RWAF non members £80. Book online on our website or for more information email us at or visit products on the market at this time. Introducing Ready Raw. This range is an excellent addition to the Paleo Ridge business, now servicing a whole portion of the market previously unattainable or recognised. Ready Raw is available in five of our customers favourite recipes, in new 200g resealable pouches. This means no more smell, no more long defrosting times, and no more hassle in spending time portioning food out. Simply choose your flavour, get it out of the freezer, tear, thaw and feed. Recyclability always plays a pivotal role in our design process. We are heavily invested in researching production methods and the environmental impact of packaging formats, to ensure we don’t add to the already enormous plastic issue. The product on launch will consist of a labelled pouch, moving into a colourful new pouch by early summer. This new range will help concrete Paleo Ridge’s position as the number one innovator in the raw sector, continuing to lead the industry in quality, affordable raw food.   Chair Sally Hibbert 9.00-10.00 Molly Varga BVetMed CertZooMed DZooMed (Mammalian) MRCVS Diseases of the gut. 10.00-11.00 Richard Saunders BSc (Hons) BVSc FRSB CBiol DZooMed (Mammalian) DipECZM (ZHM) MRCVS RCVS Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine (Mammalian) This lecture will cover what is licensed, what is safe and how to administer. 12.00-1.00 Craig Hunt BvedMed Cert SAM DZooMed MRCVS RCVS Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine (Mammalian) Dentistry. Craig will cover x-rays, what can owners do, and what you can expect your vet to do. 1.00-2.00 Livia Benato European Specialist DVM CertZooMed ECZM MRCVS diplomate in small mammal medi- cine Dermatology. This lecture will  fo- cus on a practical approach to rabbit dermatology. Katie Frimston & Finn McCully Part 1 -The Effects of Indoor and Outdoor Environments on the Behaviour and Welfare of Domes- tic Rabbits. Part 2- skills how to encourage people to provide the best environment. 3.00-4.00 4.00-5.00 Guen Bradbury MRCVS 5.00-6.00 Dr Jane Tyson What should you know about handling your rabbits? Overview from RSPCA / Bristol University Housing research March 2019