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Last Chance To Nominate Exemplary Staff For The 2017 Veterinary Awards!

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Posted: Monday 9th January, 2017. 16:46:33

With Nominations for Petplan’s prestigious Veterinary Awards closing on 13th January 2017, this week is your last chance to recognise the outstanding work of staff in your practice. All you need to do is visit www.petplanvet.co.uk/vetawards to nominate colleagues for a number of distinguished accolades including Practice of the Year, Vet of the Year, Vet Nurse of the Year, Practice Manager of the Year and Practice Support Staff of the Year.

Returning for their 18th year, the Awards recognise members of the veterinary profession who have gone above and beyond in their daily roles. With almost half of households in Britain owning at least one pet, Petplan is encouraging pet owners across the UK to recognise the hard work of the veterinary staff who have shown admirable dedication in their roles in caring for the wellbeing of the UK’s pets.

James Barnes, Petplan's Head of Sales and Partnerships comments: "These awards are a great way to demonstrate our gratitude for the outstanding commitment of veterinary staff. In the day-to day bustle of everyday practice life it can be easy to feel as though hard work can be overlooked, so these awards provide an essential opportunity for people to be vocal in their appreciation of colleagues. Being nominated not only boosts team morale but also raises the public profile of a practice, assuring potential customers that their pets are receiving the best care and attention. So, if you know a shining star within your surgery, make sure you get online and nominate!”

Having received more than 21,000 entrees for last year’s awards, Petplan, the UK’s favourite pet insurance provider, is issuing a final call for nominations for 2017.  The winners will be announced at a grand awards ceremony on 6th April 2017.

 

 

 

 



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