Our community vet clinic offers free preventative care, including neutering, microchipping and vaccinations.
Mayhew’s community vet clinic provides free preventative Veterinary Interventions for low-income pet owners living within one of five London boroughs - Ealing, Brent, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster. To receive our Veterinary Interventions, you must self-declare that you meet our eligibility criteria, be legally responsible for the animal and are over 18 years of age.
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We can be contacted Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm by email or by phoning us on 020 8962 8017.
Our veterinary clinic services, including neutering and vaccination appointments, are in high demand.
We understand emergencies happen, so if you need to cancel or rebook an appointment, please email us at [email protected] or call us on 020 8962 8017 as soon as possible so we can release your appointment to someone else.
Failure to inform us that you are unable to attend an appointment, or a late cancellation with less than 48hrs notice, may result in us not being able to book you in for future appointments.
Animals attending our vaccination clinic can attend for their primary course of vaccinations. After this, we would require them to be neutered to continue attending our clinic.
Registered pets can purchase parasite control from our clinic.
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.
Our community vet clinic has become the host practice for 4th year veterinary students at the University of Surrey School of Veterinary Medicine to receive their surgical training. Students are participating in twice-weekly neutering clinics and performing procedures under the close supervision of surgical and anaesthesia specialists.Learn more
We are delighted to have been awarded Cat Friendly Clinic status. An accredited Cat Friendly Clinic has reached a higher standard of cat care. Achieving Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation involves all staff, from receptionists, nurses and technicians, through to vets. Each accredited clinic also has at least one ‘Cat Advocate’ – someone who ensures the cat friendly standards are adhered to, and who would be happy to talk to you.
We are delighted to have achieved accreditation under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards Scheme. In order to achieve this we have undergone a rigorous assessment by an inspector from the RCVS to ensure that we are providing a high standard of care for our patients and clients.