Medivet 24 Hour Hendon

020 8202 6344

4.1 /5
411 reviews

89-91 Watford Way, Hendon, NW4 4RS

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Main entrance is at the front of the building and there's private parking out front and free street parking

We offer the Medivet Healthcare Plan at this practice

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Out of hours: Consult fee from £219 inc VAT. No charge for assessment by phone.

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1. Create an online account

This will give you access to our online services and make managing your pet's health simple and convenient.

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2. Enter your pet details

Share your pet's details to help us offer personalised care and ensure a smooth first visit.

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3. Book initial appointment

Select a convenient date and time for your pet's first appointment using our online booking system.

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Complete our registration form with all of your details and one of our friendly team members will contact you to discuss your registration and book your initial appointment.

Meet the team

Jeremy Carr

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon


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Jeremy Carr

Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I've been working at Medivet Hendon since March 2022. For the 15 years prior to that, I was at the Medivet in Hampstead Garden Suburb, my first ever job. I really love the area and I lived here for some time after I was married. I have always felt a real connection to the people in the area and as a result this remains my 1st and only veterinary job, even 13 years after finishing uni. My passion is for medicine cases and I regularly give advise to neighbouring Medivet clinics on complex medical cases. Outside of work I play football and squash and love reading. I am married with 3 lovely kids and 1 very cheeky cat called Coco.

Sarah Furminger

Branch Partner and Veterinary Surgeon


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Sarah Furminger

Branch Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified in 2013 and have completed a certificate in Medicine. I’ve got four lovely pets I care for at home, two dogs called Noodle and Nora, and two cats called Wilson and Luna.

Natalia Parrilla

Veterinary Surgeon


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Natalia Parrilla

Veterinary Surgeon

Natalia has been with Medivet Hendon for many years and is a very experience medicine vet who looks after our inpatients with the utmost care.

Pedro Guimaraes

Advanced Veterinary Surgeon


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Pedro Guimaraes

Advanced Veterinary Surgeon

Pedro qualified in 2015 and has a post graduate certificate in small animal surgery. Pedro welcomes referrals for advanced soft tissue surgery and orthopaedic procedures.

Dominika Drozdzynska

Night Veterinary Surgeon


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Dominika Drozdzynska

Night Veterinary Surgeon

Dom has been with Medivet for many years and has a passion for ECC. Dom cares deeply for her patients and her colleagues. At home, Dom spends time with her family, her very important ragdoll and her tortoise who change her point of view towards exotic medicine.

Laura Guariglia

Veterinary Surgeon


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Laura Guariglia

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2017 and have worked with Medivet ever since. I enjoy all aspects of hospital work from consulting, to surgery, and dealing with sick patients in our ward. During my spare time I enjoy playing netball, baking and cuddling up with my two rescue cats.

Emily Hocking

Veterinary Surgeon


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Emily Hocking

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2023 but have been part of the Hendon team for 2 years as support staff. My areas of interest are emergency, critical care and internal medicine. I have my own pampered pooch at home, Dennis the chihuahua.

Barbara Graf

Veterinary Surgeon


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Barbara Graf

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna and joined Medivet in 2017 after moving to London. After almost 5 years as a lead vet at Medivet Kenton I joined the Hendon team in May 2023. I am interested in acupuncture and physiotherapy and I am currently studying for a certificate in acupuncture and chronic pain management. In my spare time I like horseriding and travelling with my husband and my son

Francisco Carvalho

Night Veterinary Surgeon


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Francisco Carvalho

Night Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Lisbon in 2021. After two years working in Lisbon, I moved to the UK, accompanied by my dog to join Medivet Hendon as a night veterinary surgeon. My main interests are post-operative critical care, septic patients, and respiratory emergencies. Outside the hospital, I find joy in spending time with friends, embarking on big walks with my canine companion and cooking

Hattie Tully

Veterinary Surgeon


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Hattie Tully

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2022 and after a few months at Medivet Hornsey I joined the team at Medivet Hendon. I have a particular interest in neurology but enjoy all areas of small animal practice from medicine to surgery to advanced imagining. In my free time I enjoy cooking and hiking with my black Labrador Pepper.

Megan Healy

Veterinary Surgeon


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Megan Healy

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated in 2019 from the University of Glasgow and have worked for Medivet for the last five years. I am currently undertaking a certificate in small animal internal medicine. In my spare time I enjoy watching football, cooking and tending to my house plants.

Laura Saez Cutando

Veterinary Surgeon


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Laura Saez Cutando

Veterinary Surgeon

After graduating from the University of Zaragoza (Spain), I worked for numerous years in first opinion, then in various specialist referrals around England, gaining a high level of knowledge in Internal Medicine and emergencies. Alongside specialist training, I have pursued postgraduate studies in Medicine and been involved in research and teaching to final-year veterinary students in the UK. I am currently starting a second postgraduate in diagnostic imaging and continue to be involved in research projects. I am passionate about non-invasive procedures (e.g., scoping) and enjoy guiding charities and other vets with tricky cases. During my free time, I travel, eat good food, and swim and dive in the sea.

Dominika Baran

Veterinary Surgeon


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Dominika Baran

Veterinary Surgeon

I’ve been working at Medivet since February 2018. I’ve always wanted to be a part of a bigger team, so after working in smaller practices for a while, I joined Medivet Hendon 2 years ago. My main interest are internal medicine and dealing with critical patients in hospital. I spend my spare time at the gym, reading and planning my next trip destinations.

Morwenna Robinson

Veterinary Surgeon


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Morwenna Robinson

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2023 and joined Medivet's new graduate scheme which has provided great training and the opportunity to boost my skills. In my spare time I enjoy hot yoga and taking my dog Fletch for a walk.

Rachel Bailey

Imaging Veterinary Surgeon


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Rachel Bailey

Imaging Veterinary Surgeon

Rachel graduated from the RVC in 2016 and has worked in first opinion practice in London since. She is partially through her post graduate certificate in diagnostic imaging. Outside of work, she enjoys travelling and horse riding. She lives in London with her husband, two rescue cats and a three-legged tortoise.

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Sarah Powell

Head Veterinary Nurse


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Sarah Powell

Head Veterinary Nurse

I started working for Medivet in 2009, completing my nursing qualification in 2013. I love working with animals, especially cats, and have an ISFM qualification in feline behaviour. I have hand-reared many kittens over the years and have three cats of my own.

Emma Daly

Practice Manager


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Emma Daly

Practice Manager

I graduated as a Veterinary Nurse in South Africa in 2009 and have worked in small animal practices there and in the UK ever since. I joined Medivet in August 2019 as a Head Nurse and made took the next step in my career as Practice Manager at Medivet Hendon in September 2023. At home I have two cats and two birds, there is never a dull moment!

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Sasha Potter

Veterinary Nurse


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Sasha Potter

Veterinary Nurse

I knew I wanted to work with animals since I was 5 years old. I started my career as a Veterinary Nurse in 2003 and over the years I have been Deputy and Head Nurse of this hospital. My biggest passion is Emergency Medicine and Critical Care which I hold two certificates in. I stepped down from the Head Nurse role to pursue my passion for Critical Patient Care and now I am Ward Manager and look after all the inpatients which is never a dull day. I enjoy training all the new nurses starting the career in the field.

Chloe

Night Student Veterinary Nurse


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Chloe

Night Student Veterinary Nurse

I joined Medivet in the Hendon region and briefly worked across various clinics before moving to the hospital where I learned to love internal medicine and emergency and critical care. The best part of my job is dedicating my time to my patients and ensuring the top priority is patient care.

Joe Brooks

Veterinary Nurse


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Joe Brooks

Veterinary Nurse

Joe qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2017 and joined Medivet Hendon in 2019. Joe has a degree in biology and is a budding pilot. In his spare time he loves hanging out with his Labrador Izzy and listening to music.

Janice De Almeida Gomes

Night Student Veterinary Nurse


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Janice De Almeida Gomes

Night Student Veterinary Nurse

Janice started at Medivet Hendon as a night Patient Care Assistant and is now working towards becoming a Registered Vet Nurse.

Federica Facchini

Student Veterinary Nurse


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Federica Facchini

Student Veterinary Nurse

I came to work for Medivet Hendon after visiting my own pet in hospital. I am passionate about providing my patients with the best care. I love miniature breeds like my three chihuahuas who help me to look after foster kittens until they are old enough for their forever homes.

Hollie Porter

Night Student Veterinary Nurse


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Hollie Porter

Night Student Veterinary Nurse

Hollie joined Medivet in 2019 as a night Patient Care Assistant and is now hoping to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse in the near future. In her spare time Hollie enjoys spending time with her husky called Luna.

Sarah

Night Veterinary Nurse


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Sarah

Night Veterinary Nurse

Sarah's passions are her dogs and reading!

Aisha Aslam

Student Veterinary Nurse


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Aisha Aslam

Student Veterinary Nurse

After volunteering in a few wildlife projects abroad, I was inspired to hone my skills and study to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse. I joined Medivet in June 2022 as a Patient Care Assistant and I am now a first year nursing student hoping to qualify in 2025.

Olivia McFarlane

Deputy Head Veterinary Nurse


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Olivia McFarlane

Deputy Head Veterinary Nurse

Liv joined the Medivet Hendon team in May 2023 after relocating from up north to further her career in a hospital environment. In her spare time she loves going out with friends, city breaks and travelling back up north with her partner and little dog Remmy, who was brought in as a stray but quickly turned from foster to fully adopted.

Wiktoria Latwinska

Student Veterinary Nurse


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Wiktoria Latwinska

Student Veterinary Nurse

I have been with Medivet for 2 years and a Student Nurse since September 23. I obtained my degree in Bioveterinary science at Hartpury and I have an array of pets, Pepito the Italian Horse, 2 Gerbils, 2 Budgies and a foster cat called Charlie. The kitten in the photo is one I fostered from the practice.

Hailie

Night Veterinary Nurse


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Hailie

Night Veterinary Nurse

Hailie joined our night team in 2022, having over 20 years of experience in practice and qualifying in 2020. Hailie has a keen interest in toxicology, wound management, diagnostic imaging and emergency and critical care. Following her passion for emergency and critical care, Hailie obtained her Cert VN ECC in 2022 and recently certified in basic and advanced life support with RECOVER. Continuing with her studies, Hailie is due to commence the advanced certificate in emergency and critical care later this year. Hailie enjoys passing on her knowledge to fellow colleagues, in particular, student veterinary nurses as a clinical coach. In her spare time, Hailie enjoys reading, spending time with her family and friends and taking care of her 3 cats and pygmy hedgehog.

Shradha

Veterinary Nurse


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Shradha

Veterinary Nurse

Shradha qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2019 while working in a 24 hour hospital in London. She has a keen interest in diagnostic imagining as well as theatre and surgical nursing.

Amy Rouzel

Night Veterinary Nurse


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Amy Rouzel

Night Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1996 and have been working in my current roll at Medivet Hendon since 2023. I love working nights and dealing with the emergencies that come in and seeing pets getting better.

Jessica O'Dell

Mobile Veterinary Care Assistant


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Jessica O'Dell

Mobile Veterinary Care Assistant

I Joined Medivet in December 2023 and my ambition is to become a Veterinary Nurse. I studied Level 2 in animal care and am about to qualify as a canine Hydrotherapist. I love the feeling I get from bonding with your fur babies!!

Isabela Caciuleanu

Patient Care Assistant


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Isabela Caciuleanu

Patient Care Assistant

Isabela joined Medivet in 2021 and transferred to Medivet Hendon in 2023 to gain more experience in a hospital environment as she wants to become a Veterinary Nurse. In her spare time Isabela likes going to gym and relaxing with her two cats.

Pia

Patient Care Assistant


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Pia

Patient Care Assistant

Pia joined Medivet in 2022 with the goal of becoming a Veterinary Nurse. When she is not at work, you will find Pia spending time with friends, going to the cinema or curling up with a book.

Natasha Helim

Accounts


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Natasha Helim

Accounts

I started with Medivet as a Client Care Assistant in 2019 then transferred to accounts in 2023. I have two handsome cats that I adopted from Medivet. I also love to foster in my spare time.

Kerthi Gengatharan

Head Client Care Assistant


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Kerthi Gengatharan

Head Client Care Assistant

New year! New job! I started my 2024 with a new job at Medivet Hendon and enjoyed it from day one. I have 2 doggies who I adore. They have complete opposite personalities and they keep me going. Although it’s been tempting to get another dog, I thought it would be best to work at a vet and surround myself with animals. So here I am! I’m also a photographer, so if you ever want a photo of your pet, you know where to find me.

Ashleigh Brooks

Client Care Assistant


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Ashleigh Brooks

Client Care Assistant

I started at Medivet Hendon in May 2023. The variety in my work environment has inspired an interest in veterinary nursing. I have two cats, a fish and a hamster at home.

Chloe Speller

Client Care Assistant


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Chloe Speller

Client Care Assistant

Chloe joined Medivet in 2023 and enjoys being able to work with animals and look after their owners. Chloe has a girl cat named Boris and loves spending time with her family. Chloe plans on visiting Iceland where she hopes to see her favourite animal, orcas!

Leo Blanchard

Client Care Assistant


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Leo Blanchard

Client Care Assistant

I recently joined Medivet Hendon as a locum but I have enjoyed my time here so much that I have become permanent. My goal is to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse one day. In my spare time you will find me either playing sports or reading at home with my two cats.

  • Your vet in Hendon

    Led by Veterinary Surgeon Jeremy Carr, our friendly, experienced team in Hendon deliver exceptional client and patient care. We're open 24 hours a day to care for your beloved companion. We offer a wide range of services and facilities, including separate cat and dog areas to help your pet feel relaxed.

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Reviews

4.1 /5
411 reviews
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1.0/5
Jul 13, 2024
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!! Wrong contact number !!! Lungworms test failure !!! Cardiac arrest during CT-scanning!! My dog admitted to Medivet veterinary practice- Hendon brunch in January the 18th 2022 due to respiratory distressed.The practice advised us that different types of laboratory tests including imaging (X-rays and CT-scan) need to be done to reach the diagnosis. She was not in good situation as practice did not reach definitive diagnosis in proper time manner and it is strongly believed that her welfare was affected dramatically. She went through a CT-scan and unfortunately during the CT-scan passed away. The practice informed me that She had heart arrest during CT-scanning. The practice wanted to send Her body for cremation and I did not give consent for cremation as I believe it is very unfair on her to be cremated without getting a definitive diagnosis. Therefore, we requested to send the body for post mortem. Post mortem result illustrated that Her death was lung worm infestation. She died when simply could simply avoided three times but now she’s died she’s gone, We have spoken to a few other practice vets and they strongly believe that if the standard of care was done, her death could have been avoided. Reasons of her death 1- poor communication : they had a wrong phone number since beginning and Now the response that we received , “it’s was human error “ The practice failed to provide us with the worm pill she had to take every month. They wrote the wrong phone number down and even tho we went to them twice since we had her and they even didn’t check her medical history to provide us or tell us that she had a missing pills. Her previous owner has told us to keep an eye on the text messages as they text you when the pill is due to be administrated to her. We contacted the clinic and they said it was not their responsibility. They even didn’t even email us the reminder. 2- lungworm test failure : the response we received” we did carry out an in house blood test to check for lungworm. Although this test can prove very useful, it is not 100% effective at detecting lungworm and therefore showed as negative, but this can happen as the test is very sensitive and only detects specific strains of lungworm.”!!!!!! Negative!! She died from lungworms in that stage how could be 3- during the CT-scan passed away!!!: I spoke with many doctors and vet every one says that the X-ray clearly shows that her lung being extremely compromised and her heart is larger than normal and that should have been clear enough for the vet or surgeon to know not to inject her with antistatic as her lungs were not able to provide enough oxygen for her heart to function. That would have been as I quote “the standard procedure” to start the diagnoses. We came to the clinic twice and nobody mentioned to us that we were contacted but her pills were not collected and even the last time she was there I asked the vet to give us any pills she might have missed but they even didn’t check her medical history We do not deny the part we took in her death but it could easily been avoided by you three times I hope never happens to any family My baby has missed two of her milprazon pills due to the wrong phone number being kept on your system. When we changed the owner detail, there were no checks to see if the clinic holds the right contact details of their client. The email address was right but still failed to communicate with us after two unsuccessful attempts by phone number. Nowadays wherever you register, they ask for your email and phone number confirmation to make sure they hold the right information the step should be taken to avoid this to happen to any other pets and family The clinic should have a better way of communicating with their clients and not just rely on automated text messages as many places have text and email reminders for their clients. The seriousness of the lungworm should be considered in all clinics as we believe Many new owners like us do not know about this lungworms disease and the seriousness of the disease.
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5.0/5
Jul 11, 2024
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Very good service
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5.0/5
Jul 11, 2024
Google Medivet
Saw a stray cat and was concerned - I called up the Vet and was told to bring it in for a check up and see if we could find the owner unfortunately he wasn’t chipped and so we had to put him back where we found him. I’d like to say a big thank to the lady who saw him and assessed him but with great displeasure we had to let him back out. I hope his owners find him. The cat was in the car park of Bree Court where the Aldi and M&S is opposite the ASDA Superstore in Colindale. The cat had a brown leather collar with a silver bell. He is uninjured and has a limp which is nothing to worry about just a birth defect as per the checkup. Hope he gets home!!
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5.0/5
Jul 10, 2024
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I called today for an issue with my dog and needed calming prescribed medicine before consultation. The receptionist was absolutely amazing, she spoke to a vet immediately and organised for me to pick up the medication within the hour. Thank Medivet Hendon, very professional and helpful.
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5.0/5
Jun 29, 2024
Google Medivet
Friendly. Great staff and well informed
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5.0/5
Jun 28, 2024
Google Medivet
Excellent staff, very friendly and helpful and always provide updates.
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5.0/5
Jun 22, 2024
Google Medivet
I have just returned from the hospital with my nursing dog, 2 days old puppies. Chloe and Leann where absolutely amazing. Attended my baby's needs but also took in consideration our concerns and worries. Amazing ladies and professionals. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!💜
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5.0/5
Jun 19, 2024
Google Medivet
My family and I (including young children) rushed our 17 year old cat here on a Saturday night at around 9pm. I was very very upset and my children were crying. The receptionist was great and sat and comforted my children, who at that time of night had no choice but to come with us. The vet himself a lovely man called Francesco was just amazing. Very quiet, and calm. My cat was very much clearly dying, but he never once pushed us into any decision. He explained all options carefully and had to re explain a few times as I was in shock and distressed. He explained the pros and cons of each one. He gave me the option of giving my cat a very strong painkiller so I could take her home for one last night if I wanted to, without judgement . His clear explanations with empathy and care made me choose the hardest, most difficult decision and looking back it was completely the right decision. He did not try to rush us even though we could hear other customers had come in. Everything was handled afterwards with the highest dignity and care.
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1.0/5
Jun 12, 2024
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If I could give no stars I would. My cat was denied treatment as I could not pay the upfront cost of £1650 (50% of a 3 night stay) and euthanasia was offered as the only option. I requested a payment plan, or for them to hold him and take care of him while I tried to collect funds from friends and family as I could not afford the treatment and I was not given any options at all or any sympathy for my situation. My cat with FLUTD was stuck inside the clinic with a blocked bladder the size of a peach under immense pain and they would not help at all unless I gave them almost £2000. In the end his condition had gone too far and he had to be euthanised, they were so insensitive regarding the whole procedure, and while we were crying and saying goodbye absolutely devastated as he was truly my baby, all we could hear in the background from behind the doors was a nurse/doctor shouting at another distressed cat to shut up. DO NOT GO HERE!! THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT ANIMALS JUST MONEY AND CHARGE EXTORTIONATE AMOUNTS!!! AS WELL AS BE NASTY TO YOUR ANXIOUS PETS WHEN YOU ARE NOT AROUND.
Google
1.0/5
Jun 9, 2024
Google Medivet
These guys medivet use emotional blackmail. £3000!!!! For a blockage on a cat,You do not charge this extortionate amount for Human operations.Using people with no money to take out your loans to get the operation done.Huge apr on the loan an absolute disgrace.blood sucking weasels !!!!
Google
5.0/5
Jun 5, 2024
Google Medivet
Amazing veterinary centre! Honest and professional. Spot on with the diagnostic and not trying to overcharge for unnecessary treatments. Very much appreciated. We were registered with a veterinary in Borehamwood centre who are so dishonest and greedy for money from insurances that they persuade customers to leave the pet in their back room hospital pretending that are very sick when sometimes the pet only needs a worming pill. Please don’t change your honest ethics. Thank you
Google
5.0/5
May 18, 2024
Google Medivet
Staff was friendly. The vet was extremely pleasant, didn't try to over charge me with pointless procedures and was very understanding of my pet's condition

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