Time remains for veterinary practice staff to showcase their online prowess and highlight satisfied customers by entering the Best UK Vets Awards 2017.

Best UK VetsThe awards are based on client reviews and recognise UK practices that achieve exceptional customer satisfaction. The entry deadline is 10 February.

Reaching for the stars

The awards, which have been running for four years, are hosted by VetHelpDirect, an independent vet reviewing platform and directory website.

2016 winner
2016 Best UK Vets winner, Blacks Vets in Dudley.

The veterinary practice with the most overall four and five star reviews on the website will be crowned winner of the Best UK Vets award 2017.

The winning practice will also receive a trophy at a presentation party for staff and clients, along with certificates, digital badges and a PR kit.

The top 25 practices and categories will also be recognised.

Bank of reviews

A spokesman said: “The beauty of online reviews is they are instant. You can, with a little effort, build up a fantastic bank of reviews really quickly – after all, your loyal and bonded clients will probably want to help.

“So, get that client email ready to go and the reception team on hand with the iPad to start building those reviews.

“Last year’s winner, Blacks Vets in Dudley, demonstrated great client engagement with the highest volume of happy people.”

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