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Best Small Business – London Business Awards

Bruce’s Doggy Day Care, a local dog crèche and dog walking company, is celebrating wiProspects-LB-Awards-Winner-RGB.jpgnning the Best Small Business award at this week’s (17 June) London Business Awards.

Based in Cobham and serving customers in Surrey and London, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care caters for dogs large and small from Bookham and Balham to Walton, Weybridge and Wimbledon.

More than 330 guests attended the black tie ceremony and gala dinner at The Brewery in the City of London. Bruce’s Doggy Day Care beat off competition from more than 100 shortlisted companies to be selected by an independent judging panel made up of industry and business experts.

Bruce Casalis, founder and director, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care, said: “This is fantastic news. I’m extremely proud of the business and the incredible 15-strong team that makes Bruce’s Doggy Day Care the success it is. Our mantra has always been to love our clients’ dogs as much as they do and provide an exceptional service. I’d like to thank all our customers for their support and in particular our four-legged friends for being such fun to work with.”

The London Business Awards are organised by Prospects Business Support.

Rose Saunders, head of Prospects Business Support said: “Congratulations to Bruce’s Doggy Day Care. The judges were blown away by the standard of entries but selected winners which demonstrated the way they are leading business in London and beyond.”

Bruce Casalis added: “The timing of this award couldn’t be better as Bruce’s Doggy Day Care is celebrating its fifth birthday this year. We have already marked the occasion with expansion into the Walton-on-Thames area, introducing a new dog boarding service, and sponsoring a Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy: and now we can add winning an award to the list!”

Following the win, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care has featured heavily in local media. Some of which include: