We say goodbye to Miriam after an amazing 4 years with Paws in Motion. And we also welcome 3 sparkly new members.
Tuesday 21st December 2021
Thank you Miriam for the past four years, you have been absolutely amazing, we wish you all the best and a bright future. You are proof that not all heroes wear capes!!
And a big welcome to the new team members, we are looking forward to great times together as we strive to improve the quality of lives of many paw friends.
Cyrus is our new Practice Manager and when you contact us, he is your guy. He ensures we provide service to the highest standard! He is also super friendly and loves a chat, feel free to call him for any enquiries!
Nicole, our Product Management Executive, is brilliant at stock management and can answer all your questions about our pet products.
Stephanie, our Customer Experience Manager provides exceptional customer care and is standing by ready to provide assistance and support to help ensure our patients can get the best possible care.
What a great new team all of whom are more than happy to support you with advice on products that may help you to help your fur babies at home, so please feel free to get in touch.
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