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Bioiberica Veterinary, sponsor of the AMVAC Yearly Congress

1 Mar 2016
Companion Animal Health

This is a joint event combining the Congress in Nutrition, Medicine and Surgery of the digestive system in animal pets with the Propet fair

On 3-5 March, the Madrid Fair venue (IFEMA) will host one of the major events in animal pets’ internal medicine in Spain. This year’s VetMadrid is to be attended by some of the most noted specialists in the nutrition and digestive system surgery of animal pets, including Dr. Vicente Cervera and Dr. Karen Allenspach, two lecturers sponsored by Bioiberica Veterinaria.

Vicente Cervera is a US Diplomate in Radiology and a European Diplomate in Imaging Diagnostics. He is the head of the radiology service of the Valencia Sur Veterinary Hospital and serves as a consultant of the ANTECH Imaging Services Corp. He is also a teacher in a number of master courses in Europe and Spain, and is a regular speaker at Radiology course through Spain. Karin Allenspach has a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Veterinary School of the University of Zurich and a diploma in Internal Medicine. She is currently teaching internal medicine at the Royal Veterinary College of London.  

Simultaneously, the IFEMA venue will be hosting the fair for the professionals of animal pets, Propet. This year the fair will be attended by more than 100 exhibitors, including Bioiberica.

Bioiberica Veterinaria will be at booth 10D07, were they will display their solutions for internal medicine, which include products such as Pro-Enteric Triplex and Entero-Chronic, for the management of unspecific acute diarrhea in cats and dogs.

In this year’s edition, visitors passing by our booth will find biscuits with a dog, cat or veterinarian shape… thanks to the collaboration between Bioiberica and the La Galleta Solidaria association. For each biscuit purchased we will donate 1 Kg. of food to social canteens and other charity projects. 

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