Medivet Veterinary Clinic - Harrow, Greater London HA3 0HD

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199 Kenton Road Harrow
Greater London HA3 0HD

020 8907 8999






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(train, bus, motorway & major roads)
Kenton - 0.1 miles south west

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Medivet, The Veterinary Partnership

Medivet is a group of 98 veterinary practices spread across England, offering the most ascessible, comprehensive high quality veterinary care available.

Our Mission

"Medivet is dedicated to improving the longevity and quality of life of our client’s pets, by utilizing modern methods and technology combined with professional excellence and a personal caring service 24/7. Medivet aims to provide reassurance to our clients based on an understanding of the needs of our patients and clients alike."

Our Values

Progressive, Caring, Trust & Exceptional

Veterinary Partnerships, Vn Training College, New Graduate Support Programme, Residency Training Programme, 24 Hour Continuous Care And Emergency Centres, In-house Mri Unit, Vetblood Bank.

Medivet Veterinary Clinic is located in the Harrow area of Greater London. There are at least 4 other listings in the HA3 postcode area.

Veterinarians in Greater London HA3

Number of Employees: 501-1000

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5/23/2016 1:00:00 PM
It's that time of the week again. Monday mornings!! 😴💤
5/23/2016 8:15:55 AM
Petplan have identified the top 5 most common health problems affecting our pets. Find out what these conditions are for cats and read their useful advice and tips on how to keep your cat healthy and happy.
5/22/2016 10:53:00 AM
Rhino poaching is still a huge problem today; however this week Vietnam have taken a huge step forward in the fight against this, as the country’s Ministry of Health and the Traditional Medicine Association agreed to acknowledge that there is NO EVIDENCE supporting the idea that rhino horn could cure cancer. Rhino horn, which is crushed up and used in traditional medicine in Vietnam (and in other countries), was the topic of a workshop in Hanoi attended by the Vietnamese Ministry of Health, TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, and WWF Vietnam. Attendees listened to the president of the Cancer Association of Vietnam as he DENOUNCED the idea that rhino horn can cure cancer. Going forwards, the next big step will be to get the message out to people who consume rhino horn for medical purposes throughout Vietnam. Lots has been done to help save these beautiful creatures, however trafficking is still a huge problem and there is still more that needs to be done. If you want to help us make a difference, then please feel free to donate here:
5/21/2016 10:37:00 AM
It’s Endangered Species Day! This is a day to raise awareness for the different animals that are endangered and need our help! The future of one of the planet's most noble creatures is under threat; the rhino. In 2014, over 1,215 rhinos were brutally slaughtered for their horns in South Africa, making it the worst poaching year on record. Rhino poaching has sadly reached a crisis point and if it continues to increase at the current rate, then rhinos could become extinct in the wild by 2026. However, there is some hope yet! In South Africa, poaching has increased by 20% per annum for the last 7 or 8 years. But, for the first time in 2015, statistics revealed a 3% decrease in those awful figures. In 2014 there were a record 1,215 rhinos poached in the country but, in 2015, this figure dropped by 40 animals. These statistics have been claimed by Edna Molewa, South Africa’s Environmental Affairs Minister, as “the direct result of an increase in the arrests of poachers, the translocation of rhinos to more secure reserves and an increase in security”. We have already raised over £150,000 through your generous donations, Pennies (the digital charity box) and various events, but more still needs to be done. We have put your donations towards a rhino rehabilitation enclosure which is designed to protect survivors of poaching crimes whilst they undergo life-saving surgery in the Shamwari Game Reserve. Your donations have also gone towards training dogs for the Dog Detection and Protection programme, whereby the dogs specialise in patrolling boarders, tracking poachers and sniffing out firearms and contraband like rhino horn and ivory. They are a remarkable group of dogs whose dedicated handlers share a unique bond with them. Their teamwork is proving to be a very valuable deterrent in the arsenal against poachers as these trained dogs and their handlers boast 90% accuracy in detecting rhino horn in luggage and shipments. Much has been done in aid of the rhino and still more needs to be done! It’s time to put an end to this heinous crime of poaching! If you want to help us make a difference to these magnificent beauties’ lives, then please donate here!
5/20/2016 9:42:36 AM
Monday morning feelings! 💤
5/16/2016 9:14:00 AM
Are you a vet overseas and looking for work in the UK? Why not consider working with one of the largest veterinary partnerships in the UK?! To find out how you can get involved and join our family, read the blog below!
5/19/2016 11:50:26 AM
Louise Mcphee
Thanks to all the Medivet team at Redbourn who have ben looking after our pets for the last 15 years. They have been particularly fantastic this past year looking after our 4 year old lab who had arthritis and needed operations on both elbows. Evie is now a fit and happy dog due to the expert care and love given by all the team. Very happy to say that they are coming to support the village dog show at the weekend. ! Thank you all so much ! Louise
5/18/2016 11:21:03 AM
Are your pets protected from the heat? It only takes a dog 20 minutes to die from heat exhaustion in a car. Please make sure all your furry friends are kept cool over the summer! Read our blog for more information on how to protect your pet, and what to do if your pet exhibits signs of heat exhaustion!
5/18/2016 9:06:57 AM
Last Sunday 15th May, our Medivet staff in Merseyside and Shropshire put on their walking boots and carried a life-size foam rhino up Mount Snowdon, all in the name of raising vital funds for the Medivet Saving the Rhino campaign. Andrew McVey, practice partner at Medivet Orrell Park - Warbreck House and trek organiser, said that the atmosphere throughout the day was amazing! They have managed to raise over a staggering £1000 and will donate the funds to Dr William Fowlds and the Wilderness Foundation, who are helping to protect the rhino from poaching in South Africa. We launched our Saving the Rhino campaign with Dr William Fowlds and the Wilderness Foundation in May 2015 and we have raised over £150,000 so far through puppy parties, fundraising events, and Pennies, the digital charity box. To read more about the journey up Snowdon and how you can donate to Saving the Rhino, click the link below!
5/17/2016 3:19:35 PM

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