Maven Veterinary Care is a team of dedicated professionals whose aim is to provide the best care for pets and owners in Cheam and the surrounding areas of Sutton.
With outstanding facilities and expertise Maven Veterinary Care will look after you through the good times and the bad.
Your concerns matter. We Listen. We Care.
24th March 2017 | by Maureen
The Petplan Veterinary Awards are a much anticipated event in the veterinary calendar. Each year pet owners from throughout the UK are invited to nominate individuals or practices they believe are worthy of winning one of the prestigious categories. The categories are:
This year we are over the moon! Not only did several of our team receive individual nominations for vet, nurse AND support staff of the year but we also received nominations for Practice of the Year. It is in this team category that we are delighted to have been shortlisted as one of three finalists! With strong competition UK wide this is a huge honour and we are delighted that we have been recognised in this way. The winner will be announced on the 7th April 2017 so we are keeping our fingers, toes and paws crossed!
We also want to say a huge thank you to all our clients who took the time to nominate us in this category and in all of the others - we greatly appreciate your support.
Watch this space for the final result on the 7th of April!
10th February 2017 | by Maureen
Congratulations to Alice Boyle who has now completed her training to become a qualified Veterinary Care Assistant. Alice has been part of the Maven team since 2008, previously working as part of the animal care team. Alice has a deep passion for working with animals and is well-known amongst our clients, having helped care for many of their pets! Her new qualification means she is able to assist the Nurse and Vet teams with more duties day to day.
11th January 2017 | by Maureen
The gorgeous 2 year old Dachshund captured the hearts of voters during the fiercely fought competition in December 2016. Monty had been Pet of the Month in July 2016 having been treated at Maven Vets when a corn on the cob he had eaten became stuck in his intestines requiring surgery.
His friendly nature and bravery during his ordeal made him a firm favourite with the team at Maven and we are delighted to see him now chosen to be Pet of the Year.
Monty’s mum, Hannah said, 'I was at a loss when Monty was so unwell and had to be admitted to the surgery. It was such a difficult time and I am so grateful to the team at Maven for looking after Monty so well and keeping me up to date at every stage. I'm delighted he has won the Pet of the Year and I'm looking forward to opening his goodie hamper of toys with him later! ’
Along with Monty's hamper of goodies, Hannah was delighted to also be given a voucher for a meal at newly opened Memphis restaurant in North Cheam.
However, Monty has promised to eat no more human titbits – especially corn on the cob!