Ceva Animal Health has announced that it is now accepting nominations for its annual Animal Welfare Awards.
The awards recognise veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and charity professionals who go the extra mile to prevent and reduce welfare
problems for animals.
If you think one of your colleagues, vet or nurse, should be recognised for their work improving animal welfare, you'll need to nominate them before the 15th February 2013 deadline.
The awards include:
Winners of all awards will have a
choice of luxury prize - ranging from spa weekends, European city breaks,
countryside retreats or an animal experience. All individuals who nominate will
be automatically entered into a prize draw to win £250 of high street vouchers.
Ginette Bryant from Ceva, said: "The
Ceva Animal Welfare Awards are an opportunity to recognise the hard work and
dedication of individuals in the veterinary and animal charity industry. Our
mission 'Together, beyond animal health', recognises that the health of
animals, humans and the planet are inextricably linked, these awards are
fitting way to work towards improving the health of all.
"Whether it is improving animal
welfare through client education in practice, championing good causes or
helping specific cases, we know there are many people who share our ambitions
in preventing and reducing companion animal welfare issues. It is these
passionate individuals who are the unsung heroes of our industry and we're
really excited to hear the inspiring stories from each nomination."
There are also three awards for people who work outside the veterinary or animal charity sector.
Nominations forms are available from
The deadline for entries is 15 February 2013.
further details or additional nomination forms for your practice call Ceva on
01494 781 510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The awards ceremony will be held on
Wednesday 3 April 2013 during the BSAVA conference in Birmingham.
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