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Mayhew’s community veterinary clinic provides free preventative Veterinary Interventions for pet owners who cannot otherwise afford it, 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 are unable to pay for the treatment provided, be legally responsible for the animal and are over 18 years of age.

See below for more information about our free services, and to check if you are eligible.

Who is eligible to receive services?

Who is eligible?

Who is eligible?

Our preventative vet care services are available to pets whose owners cannot otherwise afford it and live within the catchment area of our vet clinic.

What catchment areas are covered?

To be eligible you must live in one of the following five London boroughs:

• Brent
• Ealing
• Hammersmith & Fulham
• Kensington & Chelsea
• Westminster

Proof of eligibilty

What proof will I need to show?

To receive our Veterinary Interventions, you will need to sign a self-declaration form when accessing our services to ensure you meet our eligibility criteria, are legally responsible for the animal and are over 18 years of age.

Animal services

How many animals can I register?

Our services are restricted to three animals per household.

What services can my animal receive?

• Neutering
• Vaccinations
• Microchipping
• Flea and worm control

For more information on our services please visit our vet clinic page.

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