This November, CASCO Pet is showcasing their fantastic range of Veterinary Clinical Housing for a third year!
So, why do we return year after year? After two years of extremely successful shows, we know the audience at London Vet Show rate our products very highly. This year we are returning with bigger and better displays, and of course the brand-new technologies we have introduced to our cleverly designed housing.
Join us this year on 14 th-15th November at Europe's largest Veterinary exhibition, hosted at Excel London. You can find us at stand number F30.
What can you expect to see this year?
This year we are introducing new ranges providing increased suitability of housing a greater variety of animals. Our ISFM compliant Cat stacks can be adapted to house smaller pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs and birds. Our new Exotic stack is our clinical housing range developed for reptiles, which can accommodate tortoises, lizards, snakes and frogs. Our innovations enable us to cater to specialist Veterinary practices giving them peace of mind knowing their animals are kept in optimum conditions for recovery.
We have introduced new features since last year's show, including pull out storage drawers, thermostat controls, dimmer switch lighting and built in pump line rails. These features go a long way in supporting improved recovery for the patients and also assist veterinary staff in completing tasks with efficiency and ease.
How CASCO Pet Veterinary Range came to be
As experts and global leading suppliers of pet enclosures for a multitude of commercial industries, we felt it was a natural progression to supply the veterinary sector too. Using our knowledge and expertise of animal environments, along with our core value of animal welfare, we engineered a range of clinical housing that has truly challenged the outdated metal cage.
Many of our in-house pet retail experts are small animal owners who are familiar with veterinary practice through firsthand experience. It was a universal view amongst the team that metal cages were cold, dark, noisy and prison like and it was time for change. We found that using glass resulted in easier to clean, warmer environments. In fact, we also found that the glass kennels meant a huge reduction in noise and reverberations around the animal ward, creating a positive effect on both animal recovery and wellbeing of Veterinary staff.
Visit us to see how we can change your clinic
Having attended several leading Vet Shows this year, including France Vet and Deutsche Vet, we are excited to be reaching a wider audience and will end the year on a high at the London Vet Show. If you would like to learn more or talk to us about a refit for your practice, come and visit us on stand F30 or contact us on 08450 609960.