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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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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Kragga Kamma Game Park
We are so grateful to Shamwari Game Reserve, Medivet and Dr William Fowlds and the team of wonderful people that are all working so hard to rehab these rhino and especially our Chip....
9/26/2016 6:13:17 AM
Check out what Whipsnade Zoo did for #WorldRhinoDay earlier this week! Forming a six-foot-high wall, zookeepers specially decorated more than a dozen boxes, stuffed with 14-year old male rhino Hugo’s favourite treats for him to discover - and demolish!
9/25/2016 10:00:00 AM
Today is #InternationalRabbitDay ! International Rabbit Day is an international day which promotes the protection and care of rabbits both domestic and wild.
9/24/2016 12:00:01 PM
In light of #WorldRhinoDay, here is a short video from Dr William Fowlds on the positive developments in 2016… Thank you to my Medivet family and Wilderness Foundation Africa for all the support you are giving us on the ground.There have been a number of positive developments in 2016 in spite of the poaching pressure appearing to be on the increase. For one, I can report that in the region where we are deploying most of the Medivet supported projects (the Eastern Cape), we started the year badly with highest ever poaching intensity and since some significant arrests, we have had a quiet three months. All indications are that the protection efforts in the Kruger National Park have held poaching deaths to two rhino per day, in spite of an increase of 30% in incursions compared to the same time last year. However, the displacement of crime into other areas of SA has already begun with increased pressure now on KZN parks and areas on the Northern Cape. Your continued support gives us the motivation and confidence that we will be able to establish well organised projects in our targeted areas while continuing the important role of reaching out to the world on this crisis. Although every day is Rhino Day for us, today we celebrate this magnificent species as an icon of conservation efforts globally, and we are proud to be partnered with yourselves in our efforts to secure their future. #MedivetRhino #SavingtheRhino
9/22/2016 11:00:00 AM
Don’t forget, tomorrow is the global march for elephants and rhinos! The #MarchAgainstExtinction is to demand for our governments take action to STOP the poaching of elephants and rhinos and END the trade in ivory and rhino horn. Find out more information about the events taking place in your area here:
9/23/2016 5:30:00 PM
This week is #NationalDogWeek! Make sure you give your pooches some extra TLC :)
9/23/2016 1:08:17 PM
Today is #WorldRhinoDay and it’s a day to celebrate all five species of rhino: Black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan. In May 2015, we partnered with Dr William Fowlds (once an employed member of our Medivet family) and the Wilderness Foundation Africa to help combat the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa. We launched our campaign – Medivet Saving the Rhino – last year, which aims to raise funds to support rhino conservation activities, which are managed by the Wilderness Foundation Africa. So in light of this special day, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to talk to you about one of our key initiatives within our Medivet Saving the Rhino campaign: rhino tracker dogs! #MedivetRhino Find out more on our blog:
9/22/2016 9:30:00 AM
Wilderness Foundation Africa in partnership with Peace Parks Foundation and SOUL Music and Performing Arts Academy, have launched their “superhero Rhino Ranger” to cut consumption of rhino horn in Vietnam, the world’s largest recipient of illegal rhino horn from South Africa. Working with school-going Vietnamese youngsters, Wilderness Foundation Africa is collaborating with a generation that will grow up, and be in a position to influence not only their peers but also their parents and family. The super hero character, Rhino Ranger, has been revealed through a series of posts on social media, with the comic book itself due to be launched on November 1st in International schools across Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The campaign is based on the understanding that the threats to wildlife are a universal problem and that the people of Vietnam and South Africa can work together to secure a shared natural heritage. If the youth of Vietnam adopt the cause against the use of rhino horn, we have the ability to build authentic, credible ambassadors that the Vietnamese people will be influenced by and it allows them to feel like an integral part of the solution. #VietnamBeMyHero #WorldRhinoDay
9/22/2016 2:00:01 PM
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9/17/2016 2:06:13 PM
Many different home decorating and DIY products may pose a risk to your cat. Cats can be accidentally exposed to these chemicals by drinking from open containers or spills, or licking treated surfaces. Brushing against treated surfaces or walking through spills and then grooming the product off and ingesting it that way is probably the most common way cats are poisoned by many products. This month, International Cat Care Keeping Cats Safe campaign is highlighting the potential risk that DIY products may pose to cats. If you are worried about your cat, seek veterinary advice immediately.
9/21/2016 11:00:59 AM

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