Don’t forget to nominate for Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2020

Animal Health

Don’t forget to nominate individuals or teams for the prestigious Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2020, which celebrate the achievements of welfare heroes from the farming, veterinary and charity industries.

The awards, which are now in their ninth consecutive year, are held to celebrate outstanding vets, vet nurses, farmers, animal welfare professionals and animal welfare teams which have gone above and beyond to enhance the health and welfare of animals.

“Don’t forget to nominate for Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2020“

The award categories include:

• Chris Laurence Vet of the Year – sponsored by Vet Record

• Vet Nurse of the Year – sponsored by Agria Pet Insurance

• Charity Team of the Year – sponsored by PDSA

• Charitable Contribution of the Year – sponsored by Blue Cross

• International Cat Care Welfare of the Year – sponsored by International Cat Care

• Farmer of the Year – sponsored by R.A.B.I. and Farmers Guardian

• Farm Educator of the Year – sponsored by NADIS and Farmers Guardian

• Outstanding Contribution to Animal Welfare – sponsored by Your Dog and Your Cat magazines

• Outstanding International Contribution to Animal Welfare – sponsored by Ceva International

The popular television presenter, Matt Baker, host of The One Show and Countryfile, will be hosting the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards for the third consecutive year alongside esteemed head judge, the retired veterinary surgeon, Chris Laurence MBE FRCVS, who puts his name to the Vet of the Year Award.

Nominations for the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards can be made online -https://www.cevawelfare.com/copy-of-nominate - with nominations closing on Tuesday 31 December 2019. Finalists will be announced at the beginning of February and winners will be revealed at a glittering awards ceremony in Birmingham in April on the eve of BSAVA (British Small Animal Veterinary Association) Congress.

For further information, please visit www.cevawelfare.com.

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