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Bridgnorth vets voted best in Shropshire

A vets in Bridgnorth has been crowned the best in Shropshire.

Sarah Probert, owner of Bridgnorth Veterinary Centre
Sarah Probert, owner of Bridgnorth Veterinary Centre

Bridgnorth Veterinary Centre was given the commendation at the Best UK Vet 2021 Awards after achieving the most top rated client reviews over the past 12 months.

The venue on Whitburn Street also made it into the top 25 vets across the UK.

Owner Sarah Probert said: "We are quite overwhelmed. In these trying times to have our work recognised is an absolute honour."

The practice has been running for more than 17 years and is owned and run by Sarah as an independent business. Many of the staff have been with the practice for over 15 years, with the remainder coming on board due to business growth.

The centre has two vets, Sarah and John, who are keen to build relationships with clients and patients and facilitate continuity of care. On site there are full medical and surgical facilities, as well as a hydrotherapy unit.

The awards organised by and running for the ninth year, are based on pet owner reviews of veterinary practices around the United Kingdom and count up the number of online four and five star reviews from their customers over the last year.

Susie Samuel, CEO of, said: "Choosing the right vet is an important and difficult decision for a new pet owner. Vet practices are all very different with their own unique characteristics and it can be challenging to understand all those differences and find the best match. This is why hearing from existing clients via online reviews is so helpful; many of the reviews describe detailed stories of first-hand experiences which helps owners get a really good feel for the practice. BestUKVets is a lovely opportunity to reward the practices that are at the top of their game."

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