To mark the end of a successful year, County Canine has been awarded the Lux Life Most Outstanding Veterinary Service 2019 – London! The award highlights the innovative approach to veterinary care that the company has and the experience both dogs and their owners have in utilising the service. Still in its early years, the response to the service which combines the knowledge of traditional medicine alongside additional therapies of chiropractic, acupuncture, physio and laser therapy has been fantastic. No other service provides this combined approach in London and we are grateful for this recognition! What a great start to 2019!
County Equine and County Canine, a veterinary practice based in London, was named the Best New Veterinary Practice in the United Kingdom after having won the National Veterinary Awards. This category celebrated practices that opened less than 5 years ago, recognising the challenges of opening a new business and establishing a loyal clientele. County Equine/County Canine was chosen among 6 finalists from all around the UK and received the largest number of votes from the public.
‘I am absolutely thrilled to have been made the winner in this category. To have been recognised for the innovation and hard work to develop a practice combining traditional veterinary medicine and values alongside additional therapies to improve the overall performance and quality of life of the animals I see is just the icing on the cake! It’s been a steep learning curve but it has been worth it’, said celebrated veterinary surgeon, Dr Marvin Firth MRCVS. The practice covers the South of England, London and Europe looking at both horses and dogs. Other than Dr Firth’s extensive veterinary medical knowledge, the practice also offers unique treatments such as chiropractic, acupuncture, physio and laser therapy to assist animals that compete in professional sports or even those with aches and pains, helping dogs and horses that are getting older or are recovering from surgery.
The National Vet awards invited veterinary professionals and practices from the entire country to submit their entries. A panel of judges selected 70 finalists and winners were decided based on a public vote. The competition received over 7800 votes with winners in 10 different categories.
Details of County Equine and County Canine can be found at countyequine,.co.uk
Canine owners can now take advantage of the services on offer by County Canine. Home visits to see your four-legged friend is now possible to provide additional opinions, physio, chiropractic, acupuncture and class IV laser therapy. All possible benefits can be found on the website and Dr Firth is able to provide further advice through email or telephone to those considering using the service. Consultations will be available through North London including Queen’s Park, Primrose Hill and Hampstead.
We would like to thank Queen’s Park Mums who have covered the new service in their recent newsletter.
We are thrilled to announce that we are in the final 6 in the New Veterinary practice award (to have started in the last 5 years) in the National Veterinary Awards! We have reached this stage after a panel have selected the company for its service delivery, clinical outcome and innovation. The next stage is a public vote!! To vote for us and your favourite vets and practices please visit the National Vet Awards website.
We are truly grateful for the support given by Tessa Packard, London to County Equine and County Canine. Following on from the launch in the Packard studio in Chelsea earlier this year, Tessa conducts an interview with Dr Marvin Firth MRCVS as one of her ‘Tessa talks to’ series looking at some of Britain’s most inspiring individuals and their unique stories. Read more…
It was a day of learning at the 2018 Vet Festival hosted by Prof Noel Fitzpatrick. Here, Dr Marvin Firth MRCVS kept up to date with the latest in orthopaedic surgery, neurology problems in the dog and rehabilitation. These events and continuing professional development allow Dr Firth to provide the very latest in modern medicine to the horses, dogs and clients seen on a daily basis.
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Dr Marvin Firth MRCVS made the trip down to Cornwall over the May Bank Holiday to officiate at the 2nd Dog Show for the Cornwall Children’s Hospice in the beautiful surroundings of the Port Eliot Estate. His trusty companion, Golda also made the journey to the South West after having had orthopaedic surgery on her back leg only 3 days previously. Not to be deterred, Golda assisted in the category ‘the dog the judge would most like to take home’. As always, a great day with fantastic weather. A privilege to be part of such a great event. Best in Show a fantastic Border terrier!
A great evening was had by all for the County Canine launch party hosted by Tessa Packard in Chelsea. A mix of the canine glitterati and Chelsea socialites were all available for the official launch of the services delivered by Dr Marvin Firth MRCVS to London dogs. Attended by the Dogs Trust, Rockster dog food as well as some of the city’s top dog bloggers and media culminated in a fun filled evening in the beautiful surrounding of the Packard studio.
It was a special evening in Chelsea’s Old Church that the Dog’s Trust held their annual Carol Service. As part of Dr Firth’s role on the charity’s board, he was invited to enjoy the festive surroundings and canine carol singing! An amazing event which was fully supported with not a pew available once singing commenced!