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Lisa Taylor of Farr and Pursey Veterinary Practice is the Virbac Equine SQP of the Year 2017

Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 by Heather Dodd

The prestigious title of Virbac Equine SQP of the Year has been awarded to Lisa Taylor of Farr and Pursey Equine Veterinary Services in Aldbury, Hertfordshire.

Lisa works closely with the vets at Farr and Pursey to help with the day to day running of the practice. With a mobile weigh bridge at her disposal, Lisa provides advice on weight for both worming and nutritional requirements. Being a registered veterinary nurse and qualified SQP, Lisa is well placed to provide guidance on the correct approach to worming.

Lisa was invited by Virbac to attend a gala night at Horse of the Year Show where she was presented with her prize from one of showings leading producers, Katie Jerram and Virbac’s Divisional Director Mr Fraser Hodgson. Lisa then joined the Virbac team for ringside hospitality to enjoy the fabulous evening entertainment at Horse of the Year Show.

‘I can only think that our clients must like what I do and am a bit shocked, but really pleased to have won’ said Lisa. ‘Our clients will be really pleased. Lots ring and ask questions and I want to be able to inform and empower them so they know they are getting sound advice’.

Virbac, manufacturer of leading wormer brands Equimax® and Eraquell®, support the award with their innovative 3D Worming approach ‘We are very keen to support SQP’s who work so hard to keep horse owners up to date with the latest worming advice’ said Virbac’s Divisional Director Mr Fraser Hodgson. ‘We are delighted that the Virbac Equine SQP of the Year Award has, in the last 7 years, become such a recognised industry standard award’.

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