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Hill's Pet Nutrition gives $5mil for education

The University of Guelph today received a $5-million, 10-year commitment from Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. to support a unique educational centre at the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC).

"This facility will help create an exciting vision for primary health care for companion animals," said president Alastair Summerlee. "This generous support from Hill's will help OVC and the University to be at the forefront of learning and research, benefiting pets and their owners in Ontario and beyond."

The Hill's Pet Nutrition Primary Healthcare Centre will be an international centre of excellence for teaching and research in primary companion animal health care and service delivery. It will provide a variety of educational experiences, from practical skills development to preventive medicine. Students will also learn to educate owners about the health, nutrition and well-being of their animal companions.

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