We were very excited about it all and we had quite a few clients mentioning the fact that we were seen, and quite a few clients who are new to the business after seeing us on the show.
(PRWEB UK) 31 January 2013
The Horse Hoarder aired recently on Channel 4, exposed the poor condition of a great many horses kept by a man who simply could not look after them. Along with food, care and attention, horses need equine wormers to make sure they’re not going to suffer with the problem of worms, especially if they spend a lot of time outside. The show was memorable, in particular, as an owner of a local livery stable, Michelle, bought horse wormers to help combat the problem which had spread into many of the horses.
Debbie Martin, of wormers.co.uk, was delighted with the exposure, saying: “We were very excited about it all and we had quite a few clients mentioning the fact that we were seen, and quite a few clients who are new to the business after seeing us on the show.” Along with highlighting wormers.co.uk, the show also managed to expand on the problem of horse care, especially when it comes to worms. Wormers.co.uk has been at the forefront of a campaign to get effective worm control – which is about much more than just equine wormers – applied in all stables across the country. Effective pasture management and regular testing regimes are urged to keep the pest at bay.
Along with the exposure from The Horse Hoarder, wormers.co.uk are celebrating the winner of their first competition, which was open to everyone who liked their Facebook page. The winner, Hayley, won a horsey hamper from the wormers.co.uk stocks and customers should keep their eyes peeled for future competitions exclusive to members of the Facebook page. As the page grows in popularity, the chance of winning diminishes so get on to Facebook quickly to be in with a chance.
Along with equine wormers, wormers.co.uk stocks a number of other products for pets of all shapes and sizes. As well as wormers for horses, treatments are offered for cats dogs also suffering with worms, as well as flea, behavioural and many other treatments. Look out for any offers coming up in the near future and keep your animals free from worms with regular testing and treatment.
Wormers.co.uk is a premier UK website dedicated to the effective treatment of worms in animals of all sizes from rabbits to horses. The company specialises in horse wormers and grew out of Beeston’s Animal Health Centre, a local animal health store in Cheshire. As they are dedicated to the effective treatment of all animals, every member of wormers.co.uk staff is AMTRA (Animal Medicines Training and Regulatory Authority) qualified.