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The team at Davies Veterinary Specialists (DVS) have saved the life of a working police dog who was critically stabbed in the line of duty last week (Sky News link: http://bit.ly/2dcL4fJ (htt..
Davies Veterinary Specialists (DVS) have confirmed their independent status with a new internal transfer of ownership and an increase in shareholding amongst colleagues. The move demonstrates the ..
A young golden Retriever, struck down by a rare disease that caused her to lose the use of her limbs overnight, has made a full recovery thanks to the dedication of her devoted owners, the skills of v..
DVS has restructured the ownership and management of the practice. Having forged an impeccable reputation over the past 12 years, the practice has welcomed new shareholders from the Directorial team, ..
The Summer 2010 newsletter incorporates DVS’s new look, which was unveiled in June. Marketing consultants Satellite Creative were appointed to refresh the practice’s logo and design theme ..
Fresh back from a trip to interventional radiology’s stateside seats of learning at the University of Pennsylvania and the Animal Medical Centre in New York, internist Ian Battersby and soft tis..
Hervé Brissot, soft tissue surgeon, explains how laparoscopic and endoscopic procedures were used for the minimally invasive treatment of a three-legged cat with chronic renal failure and a per..
DVS has restructured the ownership and management of the practice. Having forged an impeccable reputation over the past 12 years, the practice has welcomed new shareholders from the Directorial team, in order to secure its future success.
Clive Elwood has succeeded Jerry Davies as Managing Director; as a consequence Clive will have a reduced clinical commitment. Richard Whitelock has taken on the new role of Deputy Managing Director while remaining full time in the clinic; Mike Thomas continues as Financial Director and Jerry has become Chairman of the Board, with some clinical and representative duties. Drs David Gould and Nat Whitley have joined Clive, Richard, Mike and Jerry as shareholders, while the Board of Directors remains unchanged.
Clive Elwood said: “This exciting development represents the next phase in the evolution of the practice and will allow a progression of management and ownership without disruption to staff or clients so that we continue to deliver leading multi-specialist care.”
Jerry Davies said: “I am proud of what the practice has achieved. I am confident that the new management structure will maintain the practice ethos and bring fresh ideas that will ensure we stay at the forefront of veterinary specialist practice. As Chairman, I will continue to enjoy contributing to the growth and success of the practice that bears my name.”