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Practices Awarded Best In County

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23rd April, 2021 14h03

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IVC Evidensia UK & IE


Six practices that are part of a leading European veterinary group, IVC Evidensia, have been voted the cream of the crop in the Best UK Vet Awards for 2021, with two of the practices in the Top 25 for the whole of the UK.

Congratulations are in order for:

·       Cambridge Veterinary Group – Cambridgeshire and Top 25

·       Manor Farm Vets – Wiltshire and Top 25

·       Clent Hills Vets – Worcestershire

·       easipetcare – Northamptonshire

·       Heathside Veterinary Surgery – Hampshire

·       White Cross Vets – West Yorkshire

Edward Davies (BVSc MRCVS), chairman of the Small Animal Clinical Boards at IVC Evidensia said,

“I am very proud of all of the practices who achieved these awards. It’s testament to the care and attention all of our practices show to their patients. It speaks volumes when clients take the time to leave good reviews.”

The awards organised by VetHelpDirect.com and running for the ninth year, are based on genuine pet owner reviews of veterinary practices around the United Kingdom and count up the number of online four and five star reviews from their customers over the last year.

Susie Samuel, CEO of VetHelpDirect.com commented,

"Choosing the right vet is an important and difficult decision for a new pet owner. Vet practices are all very different with their own unique characteristics and it can be challenging to understand all those differences and find the best match. This is why hearing from existing clients via online reviews is so helpful; many of the reviews describe detailed stories of first-hand experiences which helps owners get a really good feel for the practice. BestUKVets is a lovely opportunity to reward the practices that are at the top of their game”.


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