Ceva has honoured the achievements of outstanding UK animal health professionals at the 2018 Ceva Animal Welfare Awards.
The company hosted the annual awards ceremony in Birmingham on April 4th, having received a record-breaking number of nominations this year. Winners were selected by a panel of renowned industry professionals and experts.
“Ceva Animal Health has named the winners of the 2018 Ceva Animal Welfare Awards, following a record-breaking number of nominations.“
Richard Saunders, veterinary advisor to the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund, was named vet of the year, with Adina Valentine of the Blue Cross Animal Hospital in Grimsby earning the welfare nurse of the year prize.
The Dog Breeding Reform Group won the title of charity team of the year, while Helen Whiteside - a canine research associate at Guide Dogs - earned the prize for charitable contribution of the year.
Additionally, the University of Nottingham Dairy Herd Health Group claimed the farm animal welfare award, and Maria Pinto Teixeira from Animals de Rua in Portugal was presented with the international cat care welfare prize.
Cuneyt Seckin, managing director of Ceva Animal Health, said: "The Ceva Animal Welfare Awards go from strength to strength, both in terms of the number and quality of entries that we receive during the nomination process, and the dedication, commitment and enthusiasm of the finalists and winners."
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