Marc The Vet wins ‘Vet of the Year’ title


CONGRATULATIONS to Marc Abrahams..

on winning CEVA’s prestigious ‘Chris Laurence Vet of the Year’ Award.

Brian May supports Marc’s campaign against Puppy Farming – see pictured at PupAid 2012.

Peter Eagan, Brian May and Marc the Vet [Marc Araham] on right at PupAid Primrose Hill, London, UK Saturday 8th September 2012 | Photo Julia Claxton
Animal campaigner Marc wins Vet of the Year title
16 April 2014


LEADING vet Marc Abraham has won a coveted Vet of the Year accolade. The Susssex-based vet scooped the title – the highest award for animal welfare – at a ceremony in Birmingham.

The CEVA’s prestigious ‘Chris Laurence Vet of the Year’ award recognises Marc Abraham for working both as a full time vet, as well as educating pet owners and consistently demonstrating his commitment to the continued improvement of animal welfare.

Known as ‘Marc the Vet,’ Marc has had a busy year treating pets in Sussex, but also found time to neuter dogs and rescue a baby bear in Ukraine, operate on a poorly moonbear in China, as well as collecting well-over 100,000 signatures on his government e-petition to end puppy farming – meaning a debate will be held in the Chamber of the House of Commons in June.

Marc’s campaign to fight puppy farming – called ‘PupAid’ – started five years ago after treating irresponsibly bred puppies dying of parvovirus, includes an annual event in Primrose Hill supported by celebrities including Ricky Gervais, Brian May, and Elle MacPherson. More…