About Us

Diamond Partner | Stand C901 

For over 25 years, VetPlus has pioneered the development and acceptance of nutraceuticals within the UK veterinary profession, because we believe animals deserve the highest quality products to help them enjoy life to the maximum.

Visit us on Stand C901 to discover our latest innovations!


Animal House, Boundary Road, Lytham, FY8 5LT

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T: 01253 797400 | E: customer.services@vetplus.co.uk | W: vetplus.co.uk

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Exhibition Theatre | 23-25 March 

Join us for some FREE CPD in the Exhibition Theatre each day! Open to all attendees with a lecture or exhibition pass, and there is no need to pre-book!

Thursday 23 March, 16:40 - 17:10

MCT's: What are they and when can they be used in clinical practice? — Cecilia Villaverde Haro

Friday 24 March, 09:10 - 09:40

The importance of potassium in cardiac disease — Rachel James

Saturday 25 March, 09:10 - 09:40

The importance of potassium in cardiac disease — Rachel James

Our Speakers

Meet the VetPlus speakers, Cecilia and Rachel!

Cecilia Villaverde Haro

Cecilia obtained her veterinary degree in 2000 and her PhD in animal nutrition in 2005 by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain. She worked as a post-doctoral researcher in feline nutrition at the University of California Davis, where she also completed a residency in small animal clinical nutrition at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. She is board certified in veterinary nutrition by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Nutrition) and by the European College of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition (ECVCN) since 2010 and is currently the past president of ECVCN. After working as the chief of service of the veterinary teaching hospital nutrition service in Barcelona (UAB) for 6 years, Cecilia is now a consultant in clinical nutrition for Expert Pet Nutrition (www.expertpetnutrition.com) and Veterinary Information Network (VIN). She is the co-chair of the WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee and has written several articles and book chapters on the topic of companion animal nutrition.

Rachel James

Rachel is an RCVS recognised specialist in cardiology. She graduated from Cambridge in 1999 and after working for 4 years in general practice moved to Liverpool University as a resident in Cardiology. During the last decade Rachel has lectured internationally, been involved in numerous research studies and published widely. Rachel has always been passionate about the treatment and management of heart failure in both dogs and cats. Rachel has previously been the secretary for the European society of Veterinary Cardiology and is the current supplements editor for Journal of Small Animal Practice. Rachel and her team visit practices throughout the northwest seeing cardiology referral cases.