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3rd May 2017

Nova Laboratories is showcasing its vast range of personalised pet medicine for all animals, from lizards to horses, at Vets North.

Experts will be on hand to equip vets with the right tools to help them win the battle for compliance and improve outcomes for the animals in their care. The company offers up to 10,000 different formulations and is one of the UK's leading independent suppliers of veterinary and human medicines.

Its anti ‘one size fits all’ approach offers flexibility to vets when treating animals who cannot take mainstream drugs. All medication is tailor made at its MHRA approved facility in Leicester for the exact size and weight requirements of the animal. 

Nova was established in 1994 by a group of ex NHS staff and now has a team of scientists on site who are tasked with developing medicines to treat animal and human diseases. In the last decade, Nova has seen its pioneering veterinary compounding and reformulating service become one of the fastest growing markets.

Group sales and marketing manager, Karen Cole said, “Interest in personalised medicine from the veterinary sector has grown over the last year and we’re committed to helping veterinary staff give the best care they can to animals that need it.” 

Karen Cole added, “It can often be difficult to treat an animal with a course of tablets and that's where our liquid formulations come in. They can be squirted directly into the inside of the animal’s mouth, thereby improving pet compliance - many of the vets we help have experienced the benefits of personalised pet medicine first-hand.”

A 24-hour turnaround on tailor-made medicines * means there has never been a better time for vets to ease the stress of medicating small animals and ensure compliance.

With over 20 years’ experience, Nova Laboratories is based on strong ethical beliefs of quality, service and value. Nova is inspected and licensed by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) to provide off-label medicines, including veterinary-use only drugs, to improve pet compliance.

*excluding capsules which may take up to five days

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