google-site-verification: google28f501b00d980d5f.html Tree of Life For Animals announced as Animal Star Awards 2018 finalist - Vetpol Community

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Tree of Life For Animals announced as Animal Star Awards 2018 finalist

Collapse
X
Collapse

  • Tree of Life For Animals announced as Animal Star Awards 2018 finalist

    Click image for larger version

Name:	Rachel & dogs2.JPG
Views:	2
Size:	1.56 MB
ID:	46615

    Tree of Life for Animals (TOLFA) has been chosen as one of the five finalists in this year’s Animal Star Awards. TOLFA have been shortlisted as finalists in the ‘UK Charity of the Year’ Category from a selection process that saw over 500 hundred nominations. The awards ‘give recognition to animals and humans alike for the amazing things that they do for each other’.

    Says founder Mary Burgess: “I created the awards to give recognition to those that truly deserve it for their work with animals, and also to give animals recognition for the things they do for humans. We can’t wait to celebrate with the amazing TOLFA animal charity at the ceremony.”

    The Animal Star Awards were started in 2016. They also support various charities including All Dogs Matter & IAPWA (International Aid for the Protection and Welfare of Animals).

    The awards ceremony takes place on Saturday 3rd November at the Mandolay Hotel, Guildford. The judging panel includes chairman of the Badger Trust Dominic Dyer, Lisa Baldock MBE & IAPWA founder Nicky Stevens and other industry experts.

    To learn more about the Animal Star Awards and to buy tickets visit www.animalstarawards.com

    To find out more about TOLFA visit www.tolfa.org.uk

    Attached Files
      Posting comments is disabled.

    Categories

    Collapse

    Article Tags

    Collapse

    Latest Articles

    Collapse

    • RVN required at Kirks Vets - Sleaford, Lincolnshire
      IVC
      We are looking for an enthusiastic Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our busy, first opinion, small animal practice in Sleaford. This will be a 40 hour week, with the support of 6 vets and 5 other RVNs, our clinical director is a cardiologist seeing referral cases and our nurses have special interests including dentistry, wildlife and critical care.

      Monday – Friday working week with an average of 8 hour days and a weekend on rota (currently 1:8) with no out of hours. A four day weekend...
      Yesterday, 04:07 PM
    • Registered Night Nurse required at Parkvets, Kent
      IVC
      Large animal hospital seeking efficient, organised and dedicated night nurse to join our wonderful team. The successful candidate will have a wide range of nursing skills, emergency knowledge and a passion for inpatient care. Ideally 3 years post qualification. Experience with night work ideal but not essential.

      At Parkvets, we pride ourselves on being gold standard, so you will have to have the same enthusiasm and work ethics. We are a very friendly team, and dedicated to our work,...
      Yesterday, 02:20 PM
    • Fitzpatrick Referrals welcomes Japanese students to experience UK oncology care for the fourth year running
      Kristina Kisbee

      On 5th December, Fitzpatrick Referrals once again welcomed a group of veterinary students from Japan during their visit to the UK. The visit marks the fourth year that students from the Renaissance Academy of Pet World, Japan were invited by Professor Nick Bacon at Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue in Guildford.

      A group of veterinary nursing students received a behind-the-scenes tour of the Oncology and Soft Tissue hospital with Professor Nick Bacon to learn first-hand
      ...
      Yesterday, 07:50 AM
    • Vet dresses as giant mouse to calm nervous rescue dog
      Kristina Kisbee

      In a consultation worthy of a Monty Python sketch a vet at Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies) has dressed up as a giant mouse to calm the nerves of a rescue dog with anxiety problems.


      Rupert, a rescued Dalmatian needed specialist surgery but wasn’t keen on being examined so Mike Farrell, Orthopaedic Specialist at Davies, went the extra mile to make him feel at ease.


      Owner Sonya Schiff from London thought Rupert might be more comfortable with the
      ...
      Yesterday, 07:45 AM
    • RVN required at Well House Vets - Crowborough, East Sussex
      IVC
      Well House Veterinary Clinic is an RCVS accredited, 2 branch, small animal first opinion training practice. We are looking for two highly motivated, enthusiastic RVN’s to join our friendly teams based at Tunbridge Wells and Crowborough. We would also accept applications from second year students.

      You will be joining an established practice where our Clinical Director has clinical freedom and you will also have the support and benefits of working for Independent Vet Care. The role requires...
      13-12-2018, 02:17 PM
    • Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists recently threw a party to celebrate their 10 Year Anniversary
      Kristina Kisbee

      SCVS recently celebrated their 10-year anniversary in style, with a party for all of their staff at Key West on the end of Bournemouth pier.

      The celebrations began by watching the sunset – champagne and canapés in hand – before everyone sat down to a three-course dinner, followed by a live band and plenty of dancing.

      Whilst this was a special occasion for everyone at SCVS, some of their long-standing team members also celebrated their 10-year work anniversary!...
      13-12-2018, 01:01 PM
    Working...
    X