YOUR WORKPLACE - Providing animal care for three decades

Michelle Doughty with two kittens that need to be rehomed
Michelle Doughty with two kittens that need to be rehomed
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ANRICH Vets has been providing animal care across the borough for 32 years.

The family-run business was set up by Richard Weston, in Hindley, expanding with sites in Wigan and Pemberton. Richard’s son, James, now runs the business.

The Wigan centre offers hydrotherapy, MRI scanning, which is used by other vets in the North West, and has a 102 seated-conference centre, which is used for veterinary seminars

The 30-year-old said: “I make sure all my clients are happy and I deal with admin and marketing.

“I love dealing with people who have been with us for 30 years. They are like extended family members.”

Katharine Warburton, 27, of Wigan student vet nurse, said: “I look after sick and injured animals and do canine hydrotherapy which can act as a form of physiotherapy – I take dogs swimming for weight loss.

“I love the satisfaction of helping animals.”

Michelle Doughty, 47, of St Helens, receptionist, said: “I deal with clients who come in. I like the variation.”