Medivet


    Medivet

    Medivet, for the last 31 years has grown to become one of the most reputable providers of veterinary services in the UK. They specialise in providing their services 24 hours every day, for 365 days a year. There are more than 240 outlets in the MediVet chain right now. Alongside their larger hubs that provide round-the-clock assistance and experienced advice and consultations, they also have smaller outlets linked to them.

    Their well-incorporated and integrated network are coupled with a team of experienced professionals. It utilizes cutting-edge technology to provide the best services possible for British pet owners. Anyone interested in finding the answer to their question of when the Medivet opening times are for branches near them, should check opening-times.co.uk.

    Medivet offers all types of veterinary treatment for animals including vaccinations, scans, blood tests, neutering and spaying, emergency treatment, new puppy or kitten checks, routine care, animal care advice, animal weight maintenance services and ongoing care for pets with lifelong conditions.

    Medivet opening times  and Locations

    With as many outlets as they have in the country, the largest concentration of branches exists in London, Liverpool and Nottingham. Anyone looking for medical care and advice for their pets will find though that there are Medivets throughout more than 140 different cities. Generally speaking the Medivet opening times are 8.30am to 7pm from Monday through to Friday. On Saturday they will be open from 9am to 12am and most branches are closed on Sunday.

    However, there is a lot of differences in Medivet opening times depending on the locations of the branches. So, it is worth checking to see. It is also worth considering and checking the Medivet times on special celebrations and public holidays such as Bank Holiday Monday in May, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Christmas Eve and Boxing Day among many others.

    5 Interesting Things About Medivet

    Medivet have grown in popularity and acclaim over the years. It has been making waves in the world of veterinary services, so unless you’ve been under a rock or are not a pet lover, you’ve probably heard about a thing or two about Medivet. However, we still found some interesting facts, we wanted to share.

    1. Medivet will be opening a Faversham-based Centre of Excellence for orthopaedics in one of their referral practices. Their team will he headed up by Dr Ryk Botes. He is a branch partner who has a special interest in this field, particularly, replacement surgery.
    2. Amie Gilman, a veterinary nurse from Hertford working with Medivet along with her Kora, have starred in For the Love of Dogs, the Paul O'Grady television show.
    3. Medivet has established the Medivet Saving the Rhino Campaign to raise funds to support various causes related to the African Rhino.
    4. The company have started a Food Loyalty Scheme working in conjunction with Hill's to provide its customers and patients with one complimentary item of food from their wide range whenever you purchase five.
    5. Along with Battersea Dog's Home and the aforementioned Medivet Rhino, they also support Dog's Trust, PDSA and Cat Protection.

    Products and Services

    As a modern vet's practice, Medivet offer a wide array of different animal and veterinary services. Along with the 24-hour emergency care and access to 24-hours emergency care and vaccinations, they also offer pet passports, medications, prescriptions, fleas and worming solutions, a cat friendly clinic and home visits.

    Not only the above, but they also have an in-house lab, neutering, microchipping and have separate cat and dog wards. The organisation is known for their use of cutting-edge technology to provide second-to-none care and assistance with sick animals.

    Brief History

    Medivet was established in 1987, following one man's dream to provide veterinary care if the very highest standard, 24 hours every day for 365 days every year. It was founded with the goal of caring for its customers and patients, both humans and pets as if they were their own family, with the aim of becoming the leaders in UK vet services. The organisation has worked tirelessly since then to establish numerous hubs throughout the country, along with many smaller branches, forming an integrated network to provide the best level of care for pets in the country.

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