Lintbells creates excitement about calming at BVNA Congress

At this year’s BVNA Congress, there’s plenty to get excited about as natural supplements company Lintbells launches its latest product YuCALM Dog. The new supplement offers an effective way to help reduce stress, allowing dogs to feel happier and calmer. Vet nurses are being asked to share their experiences of pet behaviour problems by taking part in a survey on the Lintbells stand E1. In return, they will receive a YuCALM Goodie Bag.

Lintbells Marketing Executive Gemma Cunningham says the survey will help the company understand practice needs, “Vet nurses are often the first port of call for clients who are having problems with their pets’ training or behaviour. We’re interested in the issues nurses are observing and the kind of support they would like to be able to provide to pet owners.”

The company has already produced some high quality support materials for practices including an educational guide which helps owners understand why dogs become stressed and nervous and how this can escalate and manifest as undesirable behaviour. While visiting the stand vet nurses will have the opportunity to browse through what’s available and talk about their approach to behaviour cases with the Lintbells Veterinary team.

Because practice life can be stressful for veterinary teams too, there are free travel mugs to take away with some calming Chamomile tea bags so RVNs can treat themselves to a restful brew.

Goodies and giveaways are just some of the reasons that vet nurses will want to make a bee-line for the bright, new stand featuring Lintbells updated branding. There will also be a chance to sign up for a series of three FREE webinars on pet behaviour. Each will be around an hour long and a certificate is provided. Vets or nurses wishing to attend the Pet Behaviour Series of webinars but who can’t make it to congress can also register – for further information visit


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