Medivet Veterinary Clinic - Harrow, Greater London HA3 0HD

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199 Kenton Road Harrow
Greater London HA3 0HD

020 8907 8999






Transport Links:
(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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We wanted to share with you a story about a special dog, Paddy the Pooch, who we have been taking care of since he was taken into our South Ockendon practice after a road accident earlier this week. We are pleased to announce that we will be providing Paddy the Pooch with the opportunity to make a recovery from his injuries. We have been overwhelmed with the generous offers of donations from the public but will not be accepting these, and are happy to carry out all the necessary treatment at our expense. Paddy the Pooch is currently at our 24-hour hospital in Hendon, where Paddy will benefit from the use of an MRI scanner, a CT scanner and advanced orthopaedic surgical facilities. Paddy the Pooch has been scanned so that our vets can accurately diagnose the nature of Paddy the Pooch’s injuries, and is now undertaking spinal surgery to treat him as he has a spinal fracture and a slipped disc. Paddy the Pooch’s injuries are serious and the chances of recovery are not high, and the treatment may not be successful, but even so, we would like to give Paddy the Pooch every chance of recovery. Paddy the Pooch will receive round-the-clock nursing care and advanced pain relief before and after surgery in order to minimise any discomfort to Paddy the Pooch. We’ll release periodic reports about Paddy the Pooch’s progress as we proceed with the treatment. Good luck Paddy the Pooch! – we hope you make a full recovery and we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for you!
8/24/2016 2:50:25 PM
Unfortunately, three cats have passed away recently in the Southchurch area of Southend, due to suspected poisonings. Our Medivet Southend 24 Hour Hospital branch partner and veterinary surgeon Oliver Duprey spoke to the Clacton Gazette about the recent incidents of the cats that he has seen. It is really important to be aware of the types of things that are toxic to our pets - some of these are common items we have at home, such as chocolate, grapes and raisins. To learn more about the types of things that are toxic to our pets, we have more information in our blog:
8/25/2016 3:00:00 PM
Kay Brooks
Thank you for the love and care you have shown in dealing with Paddy the Pooch. It's really reassuring to see a company that puts the pets before profits.
8/25/2016 10:06:22 AM
Bruce Hiscox
You guys are amazing. Thank you.
8/24/2016 7:35:59 PM
Judith Bolton
Big thank you to George at Medivets Boston, for all his wonderful care of Jake our eight week old puppy with a very bad case of Juvenile Pyoderma.
8/24/2016 3:41:51 PM
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a kidney disease that has been present in your pet for months to years, and is more prevalent in older pets. There are many causes of this, for example high blood pressure and diseases associated with the immune system. By the time your pet shows signs of CKD, the damage is already very severe and there is no cure for CKD. CKD is usually fatal within months to years, but various treatments can keep your pet comfortable and with a good quality of life for months to years. However, we always believe that prevention is far better than cure, and that’s why we offer free urine tests for any cat or dog over eight years old when they come in for their yearly check-up. Urine testing can be a quick and easy way to detect problems in older pets. The earlier we detect many of these conditions, the more we can do to slow down their progress and keep your pet happier and healthier for longer. For further information, you can speak to a member of our team in practice:
8/24/2016 12:05:45 PM
Lee Irving
I have just read that you are treating a poor dog brought to your Dartford branch after being hit by a car for free. Well done! You should be very proud of yourselves. Heroes!!🐕🙂
8/24/2016 6:03:44 AM
Round 5 of our #MedivetRhino competition finishes on the 31st August 2016. We have seen some great entries so far! Keep them coming, as you don’t want to miss out on the chance of winning a fantastic animal-related experience, as well as the opportunity to be entered as a semi-finalist to win the safari trip of a lifetime to South Africa, where you can see rhinos and other majestic animals in the flesh! To enter, all you have to do is pop into your local Medivet practice and purchase your very own foam #MedivetRhino, then simply take a snapshot of your foam rhino in a fun scenario and, using the hashtag #MedivetRhino, post your photo on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Good luck!
8/23/2016 2:00:00 PM
Earlier this month, our Medivet St Ives practice held an open day to invite family, friends, clients (and dogs) for a fun day out! The day included a behind the scenes tour of the practice, a raffle, a tombola, kids’ activities, and competitions with prizes. You can see some of the pictures from the event below – it was a busy day with over 60 people attending, and it was great to meet people from the community :)
8/23/2016 10:00:00 AM
We love English bulldogs, they are a great family pet, however we have to be mindful that their breed can be more disposed to certain health problems. There has been an interesting study recently into why cross-breeding the English Bulldog is the best way to ensure its survival. You can read more about it here: We would always encourage pet owners to carefully research the requirements of a particular breed before they embark on their journey with their furry friend. You can find out more information on what you need to know about cross-breeds and pure bred dogs over on our blog:
8/20/2016 12:00:00 PM

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