Sydenham vets recognised as best in London

You would expect fur to fly – or at least feathers to be ruffled.

But in the end, the Mayow Veterinary Surgery in Sydenham clawed its way to the top of the tree, and has been recognised as the Best London Vet in the Best UK Vet Awards 2020.

It also won the bronze award overall from the thousands of entries nationwide.

This is the third year running the teams have been recognised in the top three Best UK Vets.

To really show they were top dog in the honours, its Wimbledon Veterinary Surgery and Manor Veterinary Surgery were also new entries into the top 10 Best UK Vets in this year’s awards.

The awards for, er, leading practices, organised by and running for the eighth year, are based on over11,000 genuine pet owner reviews submitted over the past 12 months.

The reviews cover 2,500 veterinary practices around the United Kingdom.  The practices with the highest number of four and five star reviews from their customers over the past year are then rewarded.

One of the practice’s partners, Dane Walker, said: “Being awarded Best London Vet for the Mayow Veterinary Surgery is a wonderful achievement and
something we are extremely proud of.

“These awards mean a great deal to our teams as they are the only awards based solely on reviews from our customers.

“Over more than a decade we have built up a fantastic network of dedicated and caring veterinary practices based across South London and Kent, and to be placed in the Top three of all UK vets for the third year running is testament to the hard work of all our experienced surgeons, wonderful nursing staff and office team.

“This year promises to be an exciting year for our independent group and we look forward to continuing our excellent track record of care for all our patients.”

The practice offers services for pets that an NHS hospital might envy: orthopaedic care, ultrasound and overnight in-patient care, a second operating theatre, nurse appointments for weight checks and owners will find especially tough: flea repelling, worming and claw clipping. Tummy tickling is not included, apparently.

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