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Bioiberica to be present at the 17th Congress in veterinarian specialties of the AVEPA

19 Apr 2018
Companion Animal Health

Bioiberica’s Pet Animal Division will have their own booth at the exhibitors’ area during the congress, which will be held on 20-21 April 2018

The Association of Spanish Veterinarians Specializing in Small Animals (AVEPA) will hold their 17th Congress in Veterinary Specialties at the Melia Avenida América Hotel in Madrid. This congress will be attended by professionals from the field of pet animal healthcare. The congress will present an extensive scientific program, covering the most notable issues and novelties of each veterinary specialty.

On this occasion, Bioiberica Companion Animals will be one of the sponsors, and will have their own booth. There, they will present their various, highly innovative product ranges. These product ranges provide solutions for some of the most prevalent diseases among companion animals-they are of great interest for the professionals attending the AVEPA congress on 20-21 April. More precisely, they will present the Atopivet range of dermatology products, Impromune to maximize the immune system response in cats and dogs, and Condrovet Force HA, the most recent product of our company, which is for joint care of companion animals.

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