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    Bob the Cat survives “high-rise syndrome” thanks to our clinic team

    Bob was lucky he came into our care when he did, as we were able to help this ginger moggie…

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    Celebrating our all-female team at Mayhew Georgia

    Our clinic in Georgia also serves as a training centre for vets and other veterinary professionals. In 2022, seven vet…

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    Pet Refuge was a lifeline for a single mum in need of surgery

    To find out more about Pet Refuge and to see if you are eligible for the service, please visit

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    A neutering walk through with Mayhew Georgia

    This week marks World Spay Day! This is a day to celebrate the work of our vet teams and raise…

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    TheraPaws receives a grant from the Pets at Home Foundation

    Recently, we have been awarded a generous grant of £145,480 by the Pets at Home Foundation for our Animal Assisted…

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    Westminster Councillor, Jessica Toale, visits Mayhew

    Labour Councillor for West End Ward, City of Westminster, Jessica Toale, has started the New Year with her first visit…

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    Zeusy risks Christmas without a home due to bull breed stigma

    We are appealing to members of the public to judge every dog by their personality rather than breed. The message…

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    741 days and still no home!

    She continues, “Sunny is an affectionate little chap and whilst he can be a bit of a scaredy cat initially,…

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    Our own Dr. Mohammadzai leads training of vets in reproductive surgery in Algiers

    Caroline Yates, Head of International Projects & Relations, Mayhew, says, “We are incredibly proud of Dr Mo for delivering such…

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