TV celebrity vet to join canine capers at regional dog show this summer
Just Dogs Live is back for 2018 – and we have TV celebrity vet and animal welfare campaigner Marc Abraham joining us during the weekend.
A bigger and better three-day event is in store for visitors to the Peterborough canine extravaganza on July 6,7,8 – with organisers delighted to welcome TV celebrity vet and animal welfare campaigner, Marc Abraham over the weekend.
During the Saturday and Sunday, Marc will be meeting visitors and chatting to pet owners during a series of free question and answer sessions; when dog owners can ask him anything from best practice on choosing a puppy, spotting allergies or ailments to behaviour and feeding tips.
Marc is a practising veterinary surgeon, author, and animal welfare campaigner based in Brighton, and began his TV career as the resident vet on The Paul O’Grady Show, and has since appeared giving pet advice on BBC Breakfast, ITV’s This Morning, Alan Titchmarsh Show and many, many more.
As well as employing his veterinary skills both here and abroad, Marc also campaigns for numerous animal welfare issues including microchipping, rescue pet adoption, responsible breeding, and against puppy farming.
Marc said: “I’m really excited to be attending Just Dogs Live in Peterborough and am looking forward to meeting pet owners – and their dogs – from right across the Eastern region.”
Tickets for Just Dogs Live are on sale now and you can find out more about the event by visiting www.justdogslive.co.uk
This year’s we will be supporting the very worthwhile charity, Medical Detection Dogs which will benefit from proceeds of a £2 admission charge for dogs attending the show. Medical Detection Dogs trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease.
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