Kate Etridge Canine Hydrotherapists and Vet Nurse who works at Fit4dogsuk Canine Hydrotherapy Centre in Beverley has been announced as a finalist in the up and coming Animal Star Awards.
A vet nurse for 21 years and an animal lover she lives in Yorkshire where she is an advocate for charities became a finalist in Vet Nurse of the Year 2020.
“I am so proud to be a finalist and make it through the judging process.”
The Animal Star Awards Celebrates individuals who have made a difference to animals and their humans, with over 1000 nominations and is judged by a panel of experts.
Fit4dogsuk Won the Best Dog Related Business at the Animal Star Awards 2019 ceremony in Portsmouth on 19th October 2019
Fit4dogsuk Owners Mike and Kirsty Skeates said;
“We started Fit4dogsuk with a passion for dogs and to be recognised in these awards reinforces our vision and ambition of being the best Canine Hydrotherapy Centre in the UK.”
Mary, the owner of Pet Connect UK, said;
“I’m so excited to be able to bring the awards to life once again albeit virtually on Sunday, March 28 to give recognition to the animals and humans alike that have done extraordinary things for one another.”
“Since starting the awards in 2016 it has grown beyond all my expectations.”
The awards will be held on 28 March via Zoom in support of charities such as Mane Chance Horse Sanctuary, K9 Angels.
More information about the awards via https://animalstarawards.com/
More information about Fit4dogsuk www.fit4dogsuk.com
Fit4dogsuk Canine Hydrotherapy Centre Helps improve their dog’s health, wellbeing and mobility in East Yorkshire.