We are proud and delighted to announce that The Pymble Vet has won The Small Business Awards 2021 for Best Personalised & Professional Veterinary Care for Sydney.
A huge shout out to our incredibly supportive clients who we have got to know, love and respect over the last seven years. Achieving awards are simply not possible without your commitment to our business and your trust in our service and staff.
This award represents the hard work and dedication from our committed and friendly staff who work consistently to provide personal and professional care to our client’s pets – dogs, cats, exotics, and any other animal who come through our doors.
About the Award
When judging the awards, small businesses’ success is not based on their size, number of employees, or annual turnover. Instead, its success is demonstrated through innovative products and services, an exemplary reputation within their industry and client/customer satisfaction across the board.
Since 2016 the Small Business Awards have looked to celebrate small enterprises and their dedicated owners. Small Businesses have given the global economy a solid foundation and help to shape the corporate landscape. We want to shine a light on the individuals and businesses that have helped to make this true, despite the hardships and obstacles.
About Dr Martine Perkins, BVSc (Syd.Hons) MANZCVS MRCVS
The Pymble Vet was established in 2012. Their aim is to provide the highest quality care to your pet through every stage of its life.
Martine’s areas of interest are Small Animal Medicine, Ultrasound, Chemotherapy and Cardiology.
Martine has 22 years of experience as a veterinarian. She has worked in private practice both in Sydney and the UK. After working in general practice for a couple of years Martine went on to complete a fellowship training program in canine and feline medicine at Sydney University and has published several journal articles in her areas of interest. For seven years she was a Senior Medical Registrar at Sydney University Specialist Centre and saw a wide variety of cases during her time there. In 2012 she decided to head back into general practice and set up the Pymble Vet Clinic in West Pymble where she now runs a staff of 11 employees providing cost-efficient care for small animals.
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