Medivet Veterinary Clinic - Harrow, Greater London HA3 0HD

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Address:
199 Kenton Road Harrow
Greater London HA3 0HD

Phone:
020 8907 8999

Email:
enquiries@medivet.co.uk

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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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How would you like to win a Panasonic pet monitoring kit to ensure your pet is safe and well when you are not around? Simply like and share Petplan's post to be in with the chance to win! Good luck!
12/5/2016 4:22:29 PM
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Medivet are very proud to be associated with the winner of one of this years Tusk Conservation Awards. Mrs Cathy Dreyer received this prestigious award from HRH Prince William last night at an event in front of 400 guests which included Sir David Attenborough. This is the first time an award has ever been given to a South African and it's also a first for a female recipient in spite of several nominees in the past. Cathy Dreyer does amazing work in rhino conservation leading a team protecting and managing black rhino, and she is now an important role model in her country. Through the Wilderness Foundation Africa and Medivet's Rhino Co-ordinator, Dr William Fowlds, Mrs Dreyer has received support for various management activities and poaching related interventions. Although her efforts require the involvement of a wide range of contributors, we are both humbled and proud to be able to assist the very important work she does with black rhino. At the awards last night Sir David Attenborough praised the work of conservationists like Cathy, in protecting one of the worlds most precious of assets, African Wildlife.
12/2/2016 1:30:14 PM
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12/1/2016 5:33:01 PM
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Introducing you to a rhino hero Medivet is proud to know: Cathy Dreyer is a finalist for a prestigious TUSK award, the winner of which will be announced by Tusk's patron, HRH Prince William, at a ceremony in London tonight! Please watch the short video clip, which features not only Cathy, but also our own rhino vet, Dr William Fowlds, plus some footage of the tracker dogs for which Medivet pays the vet bills! One of our senior partners, John Smithers, who has performed a number of rhino procedures with Cathy, commented, "Cathy is a true conservationist and inspires others to share her love for rhinos. If you've ever had the privilege to work with her, you'll see one of the most dedicated and professional conservationists in Africa. Good luck for the Tusk Award, Cathy!" #medivetrhino
11/30/2016 3:55:46 PM
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If you have seen this cat or have any information on his whereabouts please contact us. He is very much missed and his family want him back home...
11/30/2016 3:11:48 PM
Leslie Keeling
My baby has gone missing. He loves outside and stays out a lot but I haven't seen him since last Friday (11 Nov 2106) around 11am when he followed me to Lidl. (I live around Balliol Lower School) He has never been gone this long and I am worried sick. He is black and fluffy, and super friendly. He has brown patterns if you are up close to him, and will most likely come in for cuddles if you are friendly towards him. Please if anyone has seen him or can help me, contact me here on fb. If you need to contact me outside of fb, I can private message my number.
11/29/2016 4:09:40 PM
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Today is #givingtuesday and what better way to spend your hard-earned cash than by donating to #MedivetRhino?! If you want to find out more about how you can donate to the rhino, or how you can get involved, click the link below!
11/29/2016 5:50:57 PM
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Round 6 of the #MedivetRhino competition ends on Wednesday 30th November so get your entries in now!! The semi-finalist will be announced on Friday 2nd December, and will win an animal-related experience day! We will be having one bonus round for just a month after this round ends, and the competition will come to a close on 31st December 2016. Enter now for your chance to win an unbelievable safari trip of a lifetime in South Africa! Here is a little thank-you from Dr William Fowlds for all your generous donations so far! Read up on how to enter here: http://www.medivet.co.uk/news/medivet-rhino/win-an-african-safari/ For terms and conditions, click here: http://www.medivet.co.uk/news/medivet-rhino/competition-rules/ Good luck!!
11/25/2016 3:41:26 PM
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When abandoned kittens Conker, Pickle, and Pumpkin were brought into Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Peppa the Pug (who was also brought in as a stray) instantly decided they were her responsibility and began taking care of them like they were her own. These kittens have homes lined up for when they are old enough to be adopted, but for now, Peppa the Pug is their mum! Click the link below to read more about this lovely story!
11/26/2016 2:36:11 PM
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*WARNING - viewer discretion is advised* Last week we sadly announced the awful news of Hope the rhino's death, due to a bacterial infection she had been fighting since last month. Hope, who was severely mutilated when poachers hacked off her horn and left her for dead, had become the face of the rhino crisis. Her amazing will to survive and resilience against incredible odds has inspired many people to fight for their survival. She will not have died in vain, for Hope's story will live on and generate even more media awareness, further helping to draw global attention to this crisis. This is a memorial for Hope. Please spare a moment to watch this and share it with your friends and family. You, too, can help put an end to rhino poaching.
11/22/2016 2:09:01 PM

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