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Media Coverage

Our award-winning campaigns  have seen White Cross Vets appear regularly in the local, regional and national press.

Find out how a foul-mouthed parrot helped us win a Veterinary Marketing Association PR award at the vet marketing awards

Here you will find links to all White Cross Vets media coverage.

All media enquiries should be directed to our Marketing team on 01943 669 247 or email marketing@wxvets.com

Pet owners – did you see us? Let us know!

Have you seen White Cross Vets on TV or heard White Cross Vets on radio stations where you live? Have you spotted White Cross Vets in newspaper articles? Perhaps you’ve been lucky enough to see Bertie on your travels?

If you spot Bertie out and about or you see us in a newspaper or on the television, grab a selfie with you and your pet to share on social media (including Bertie, the article or the TV screen). Tag your local practice page on Facebook or post on Twitter with the hashtag #WXVpetselfie

Media coverage

Here’s an insight into what it’s like to be part of our team

Our scheme aims to help all team members settle in with their new pets, just as with maternity and paternity leave for new parents.

Vet group introduces ‘peternity’ leave for staff

The initiative was the idea of one of the practice’s client care co-ordinators, who suggested it while she was acting as managing director for the day

Our practices across Merseyside worked together to raise thousands for Alder Hey Children’s Charity by donating £1 for every pet they vaccinate.

Vets and pets give children’s charity a cash injection

As well as the financial donation, members of our team have also visited the hospital to talk to children about our work in veterinary care. We all get five paid donation days a year, so it’s been a great way of developing our relationship with Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.

Here’s an insight into some of the cases we see

A wool-eating dog and a ‘batastrophe’ – the unusual cases at White Cross Vets in 2017

These range from miracle stories through to the downright bizarre, but crucially they all have a happy ending, with all the pets in our Top 10 ultimately making a full recovery thanks to our skilled team.

Here’s a super piece about White Cross Vets in the Business section of the Yorkshire Post

Ambition of becoming ‘major’ regional player for vet director

IT was four weeks before the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008 when Tim Harrison received the funding to start the expansion of his veterinary business, read more via the business desk.