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Indian VETopia- 2017 : India's one of a kind Veterinary Expo held in Gurugram

10 Apr 2017 | by | Posted in: Wag News

National Veterinary Foundation (NVF) India, held its first Indian VETopia-2017 at KINGDOM OF DREAMS in Gurugram NCR, New Delhi from 7th to 9th April 2017

National Veterinary Foundation® (NVF) is a registered body with the Govt. of India under Society act 1860. NVF works for the advancement of veterinary profession and research in India.

  • To eradicate and control contagious and zoonotic diseases in human and animals.
  • To promote awareness among animal lovers about pet health and diseases and create a One Health program for India.
  • To encourage young entrepreneurs in India and across the world to promote Start Up schemes.

Indian VETopia-2017 is a unique venture for the Pet Industry, Veterinarians and Pet owners. It is an international tradeshow displaying pet, avian and aquarium products that is going to be held annually in INDIA. The event aimed to give significant importance to INDIA as a market showcasing a high-quality profile of products when it comes to sourcing.

 

Facing unprecedented growth and seasonal changes, the INDIAN pet sector is has become a "mass market for premium products". Following bilateral agreements in 2016 on 100% FDI in Animal Husbandry by the Govt. of India, the pet industries trade drives major brands from overseas to embrace new business development opportunities. There has never been a better time & place for a company to grow and promote quality products. Thousands of animal and pet lovers visited the Indian VETopia-2017.

Indian VETopia-2017 also hosted lectures and wet labs by renowned international speakers for about 500 leading vets from India and other Asian countries with an aim of improving the standard of pet health care in India

The event was meant to join hands with the Indian Government in promoting Make in India products to the world and generating employment under Start up India projects. Doggie Dabbas a premium pet nutrition startup displayed their wide range of products. They specialize in custom diet plans specially formulated to combat obesity, cardiac disease, renal failure, hepatic diseases etc. From puppyhood to old age they cater to over every pet’s need.

Many more events, meets, and awards took place. A world class trade exhibition of over 60 stalls was held concurrent to the Conference, showcasing the latest and best in the field of pets and pet care.  Pet products companies like Farmina Pet Foods, Mars, Canine Creek, Royal Canine etc. were the major attractions in the Pet Food Category. Farmina Pet Foods displayed their Natural & Delicious Grain Free dog & cat food, the nutrition system for carnivores completely without cereals and GMO Free, with with 70% of really high quality animal origin raw materials. Their products are rich with natural antioxidants & are natural, delicious & Gluten free that  prevent obesity and diabetes amongst the pets.

Today animals in India strive for world-class medical technologies. To address this essential need, Labindia Healthcare has partnered with leading global companies to bring revolutionary devices and technologies to India. CTL-9 Companion Therapy Laser is specifically designed for veterinarians that has the power to provide efficient treatment times for pets at an economical price. ‘’The laser therapy for animals is new in India. CTL-9 is used in small animals to treat them for all chronic conditions. It is slowly gaining momentum in India’’- Vinay Dhadd (National Head, Labindia Healthcare).

   

A Team of students from Motilal Nehru College, University of Delhi have taken up project PARIVARTAN under the aegis of Enactus India. Their project is aimed towards improving the conditions of the stray dogs and making Delhi rabies free by sterilizing the stray dogs with the help of renewing generated from the sale of our dog collars. Bedesi collars are handmade collars made by the underprivileged women living at Sanjay Gandhi camp, Chanakyapuri, Delhi. The profits generated from the sale of these collars will primarily go to these women and a small portion would go to the NGOs who further use these funds to sterilize and vaccinate the stray dogs. BeDesi products are an outcome of Project PARIVARTAN. The project aims to empower the women and help the stray dogs who live in the most deplorable conditions in India

     

Indian VETopia-2017 also hosted a Pet Health Show on all three days along with a master lecture for pet owners by a world known pet psychologist and leading vets from India .One of a kind Pet Health Show also took place that aimed at sensitizing Pet owners about the health and care of their beloved pets. The Pets were primarily judged basis their Health. The other attractions of the event were, Pet Talk Show, Run for a Cause, Pet Fashion

Major highlights of the event was:

  • Interaction with leading experts
  • Access to senior qualified decision makers for products and services
  • Exposure to breakthrough and emerging technologies
  • Unique possibilities to expand market knowledge
  • Meet thousands of animal lovers every day
 

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