Blacks Vets Dudley Hospital has been announced as winner of the Best UK Vets award for the second year running.

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Blacks Vets Dudley Hospital scooped Best UK Vets for a second year. (click to zoom)

The West Midlands group had the mayor in attendance at a ceremony hosted by VetHelpDirect.com, while two of its other practices scooped second and third place in the same category.

The independent awards are in their fourth year and give practices across the UK the chance to showcase their attention to client care and celebrate it with their community.

Public choice

Category winners are based on the number of authentic, positive online reviews regarding the practices that are left by clients, making pet owners the judges.

A VetHelpDirect.com spokesman said: “Every British practice is eligible and hundreds of practices pushed for it by proactively asking clients to help them win.

“The final few days before the winners were announced was exciting, with last-minute bids from several practices. Congratulations to all.”

Category winners and runners-up were:

Best UK Vets 2016

Winner – Blacks Vets Dudley Hospital, West Midlands
2nd place – Blacks Vets Lye, West Midlands
3rd place – Blacks Vets Sedgley, West Midlands

Best London Vet

Goddard Veterinary Group Greenford, west London

Best Scottish Vet

Inglis Veterinary Hospital, Dunfermline, Fife

Best Mobile Vet

St George’s Vets Vets 2 You Mobile Surgery, Stourbridge, West Midlands

 

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