The Mayhew Community Vet Clinic focuses on providing preventative veterinary care that benefits the London community and individual pet owners long term. These services include free and low-cost neutering, vaccinations, microchipping and flea & worming treatments.
As The Mayhew has approximately 200 in-house animals that we provide veterinary cover for at any one time our services for the general public are presently restricted to those mentioned above.
As part of our promotion of responsible pet ownership, The Mayhew always advises all pet owners and adopters to register with a local vet.
To contact our Vet Clinic, please call 020 8962 8017 or email email@example.com
Neutering appointments: Monday – Friday, 8am-12pm and 2pm-5pm
Vaccination clinics: Wednesday and Saturday
Please call or email to book your low-cost neutering and/or vaccination appointments. The Mayhew offers free neutering for Bull breeds and cats eligible under the London C4 scheme.
Nurses Clinic: Wednesdays 2.30 – 3.30 pm for basic health and weight checks, micro-chipping, nail-clipping, grooming and dietary advice. £10
You can purchase flea and worm treatment in our main reception.
Animals attending our Vaccination clinic can attend for their primary course of vaccination as puppies/kittens or adults, after which we would require them to be neutered to continue attending our clinic. Neutering appointments are open to all at our clinic without restriction.
Please ensure your pet is registered at a private vet or another charity, (if you fit their criteria), in case of any other veterinary needs or emergencies. The opening times listed above are for access to general enquiries, prebooked neutering surgery, booked Nurse clinic appointments, booked vaccination appointments or repeat prescriptions, (if your pet meets our requirements for that service). All other veterinary needs will be redirected to an alternative provider. If you are currently caring for a Mayhew foster animal or a permanent foster, please call us on 020 8962 8017 if you have any concerns.