Inglis Vets in Cowdenbeath have donated towards the upkeep of the dogs in the care of Second Chance Kennels.

The team at the practice are aware of the great work that Second Chance Kennels continue to do for the Kingdom’s dogs in need and were keen to do what they could to help.

The vet and nursing team got together to apply for a community grant, made available from the practice’s parent company, IVC Evidensia. The grants are aimed at helping local veterinary practices to be able to play an active role in the local communities in which they operate.

Rachel Rogers, Senior Veterinary Surgeon, from Inglis Care and Save Cowdenbeath, said: “Our team here, by the very nature of caring for animals, already play a valuable and positive role in the community.

“It’s brilliant we’ve been able to win a community grant for Second Chance Kennels as being able to donate to this cause and help with the upkeep of the dogs in their care is important to our team here at Inglis Vets.”

Frank Conyon, Trustee from Second Chance Kennels, added: “We are grateful to the team at Inglis Vets for selecting us for their community grant. The donation will make a big difference in helping us to continue looking after the dogs in our care.

"IVC Evidensia is committed to supporting employee-nominated charities across its global group. Team members working in any IVC Evidensia practice across its global network can put forward any local charity to win a community grant."