A locally-owned neighbourhood veterinary practice with surgeries in Glasgow and surrounding areas has been named ‘Glasgow’s Favourite Business 2015’ in Glasgow Chamber of Commerce’s Glasgow Business Awards.

Oliver, Ivor and Ross
Winners: Oliver Jackson, Ivor Lough and Ross Allan.

Following votes by Evening Times readers, Pet’n’Vets came out on top, much to the delight of partner Oliver Jackson.

He said: “We are absolutely thrilled. Our practice has always been hugely proud of its Glasgow roots, Glasgow style and Glasgow banter and, as such, regard this award as the ultimate accolade from Glaswegians for our locally-owned and friendly partnership.

“This award is a massive pat on the back for our amazing vets, nurses and staff. It feels great to know that the general public recognise that, as animal lovers, we understand just how special their pets are and that our ethos translates to the best local service, cutting-edge vet care and great value with no gimmicks or tie-ins.

“Work is scheduled to start in the coming weeks on our ambitious new Roundhouse Veterinary Hospital, Glasgow’s first veterinary ‘super practice’, which, we believe will deliver a step-change to the standard of veterinary care available in the city.”

Located at a large customised facility in Cogan Road, Auldhouse Retail Park in Pollokshaws, the hospital will provide comprehensive pet care seven days a week.

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