Popular local vet opens new surgery in Wickham Market
Experienced local vet, Brian Faulkner, opened Saxon Veterinary Surgery in Wickham Market earlier this month and has already seen record registrations. Mr Faulkner previously built up a solid reputation in the Woodbridge - Framlingham area, winning the prestigious Petplan Vet of the Year award in 2008. His return to the area has been met with much warmth and excitement.
Mr Faulkner has created his new practice, Saxon Veterinary Surgery, on the philosophy of ‘doing the right thing for a fair price’ - putting animal welfare and customer trust at the heart of everything they do. He says; “Our clients tell us that the most important thing they want from a veterinary practice is a solid and trusting relationship when they need us most. It goes without saying that we aim to get our patients better as quickly as possible, as conveniently as possible and without spending a penny more than necessary. We have also decided to do our own out-of-hours emergency services so clients can feel reassured they will get to see a vet they know as well as having access to their pet’s clinical records.”
Alongside his clinical work, Mr Faulkner is also an honorary lecturer at Nottingham University Vet School and vice chair at the European School of Veterinary Post graduate studies. This year he became the Junior Vice President of the Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons which means he will be the Society President in 2015.
Saxon Veterinary Surgery in Wickham Market is currently taking registrations. For more information or to register your pet visit www.saxonvets.com or call 01728 747427
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Notes to Editors
Brian Faulkner BSc (Hons), BVM&S, CertGP(SAM), CertGP(BPS), MBA, MSc(Psych), MRCVS grew up on a farm in Northern Ireland before going to Edinburgh Vet School. He practised in Suffolk for over 10 years before taking a short break, during which he spent time in Australia. Since his return to the UK he has helped numerous vets across the UK to develop their confidence and communication skills. His wife, Georgia, grew up in Suffolk and together they have two children and a 1 year old Miniature Labradoodle.