Gratnells renews sponsorship of the 2021 BVHA Design Awards

Gratnells is pleased to announce that it will once again be supporting the British Veterinary Hospitals Association by sponsoring the 2021 Design Awards. The awards are aimed at promoting excellence in veterinary practice and design. Held every two years, they are known to attract many innovative entries. The categories for the Design Awards 2021 competition …

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Gratnells on the front line

Gratnells is concentrating production efforts on our range of medical trolleys, currently in high demand as part of the fight against the Covid 19 pandemic. The trolleys, with an antimicrobial coating to help with infection control, are used by health professionals for the storage of face masks, gloves and medical instruments. Our Harlow factory, which …

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And the winner is….!

Congratulations to Jonathan Niccol of Companion Care in Worcester who is the lucky winner of our trolley  prize draw at the London Vet Show.  One of our compact trolleys will be winging its way to you shortly. Thanks to everyone that entered the competition on our stand.

London Vet Show

London Vet show

We had a very successful trip to the London Vet Show in Olympia.  The show was really busy and we had lots of interesting conversations with many delegates. You can see some photos of the Gratnells Veterinary stand here

New animation from BioCote

We were very interested to see this new animation from BioCote which clearly demonstates how its antimicrobial treatment helps prevent the spread of bacteria and microbes. All our frames and trolleys are treated with BioCote additive, along with a range of our trays and baskets too. So if infection control is important in your practice …

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Antibiotic Awareness Week: And Monday’s Mystery Bacterium Is…?

Kicking off our five days of ‘name that bacterium’ quizzes, we have quite a celebrity organism today. Best known as a ‘superbug’ in humans, this bacterium can also cause infections in dogs, cats and horses especially. Can you name the bacterium? Here are some clues about today’s mystery bacterium: Most commonly it causes difficult-to-treat infections …

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