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.
26th November 2015 | by Maureen
Mike, who has a great interest and passion for pet dentistry, collected plaque samples from many feline patients, with their owners consent, over several months. These samples were analysed by the authors of the report which was first published in 'Veterinary Microbiology' in February of this year and which has been published online today.
Mike said, 'It is great to have been able to contribute to this research. The results are very exciting as they open the possibilites for more effective treatment of cats with gum disease.As a gold standard cat friendly practice we welcome any advances which may improve the lives of our feline friends.'
For further information on the study please follow this link.
For more information on Pet Dentistry at Maven Veterinary Care please click here.
24th November 2015 | by Maureen
Two of our staff, Leticia and Maureen, recently visited the 4th Cheam Brownies to talk to them about animal care.
The brownies are all aged between 7 to 10 years old and are working towards their Animal Care Badge.
During the visit we talked to them about basic animal care, helping understand what is essential for different animals.
We also covered what the girls should do if they found a stray or injured animal and when it is important to take their own pets to see the vet.
The girls were very enthusiastic and had a great time playing games around the topics they needed to learn.
We wish them all luck for sitting for their badges and are sure they will all pass with flying colours!
26th October 2015 | by Maureen
With all our Open Day competition winners now announced and prizes collected we are delighted to announce we raised £115 for local cat rescue charity, Kittikatz!
Thanks to all who entered our various competitions for your generosity. - we hope you enjoy some of the prize-winner photos.
Mrs Carnell won the raffle prize to spend a day with us! We thoroughly enjoyed having her here as she watched various surgical, dental and ultrasound examinations. Here she is dressed in scrubs ready to join the team in theatre:
Josh won our children's Drawing Competition with his fabulous Owl picture. Mike Baumann presented his prize which was an adoption pack for London Zoo's tiger, JaeJae. Josh was over the moon and will be going to visit Jae Jae soon!
One of younger clients, Darcie, sent us this fabulous picture of her opening the jar of sweets which she won on the day. Remember to brush your teeth Darcie!
And last but by no means least, the Woodalls sent this picture of their cat Pixel closely guarding their raffle prize of a hamper!
Congratulations to all our winners!
28th September 2015 | by Maureen
Thanks to everyone who came along to our Open Day yesterday!
We had a fabulous time showing you all around the new premises and enjoying the events of the day.
We will be drawing the raffles and judging the competitions later today and will update all winners!
Meantime here are a few photos from yesterday to enjoy!
14th September 2015 | by Maureen
Thank you to everyone who came along to say hello at Nonsuch Park Awareness day yesterday! We had a great time meeting old friends and meeting many new friendly faces. We hope everyone who came along thoroughly enjoyed the day and hope to see you all again at our Open Day on the 27th of September!
9th September 2015 | by Maureen
This Sunday, 13th September, why not come along to Nonsuch Park between 11am and 4pm? We will be there with our tent to support this annual event, Nonsuch Awareness Day.
With such an amazing park in our area it is little wonder so many walk their dogs here. However, in order that all dog walkers, their families and their pets can enjoy this area together, an understanding of dog behaviour can be very useful.
This year we will be focusing on this subject with displays, information and an interactive quiz for children also!
So come along and join us to learn more.....Or just to say hello!
We look forward to seeing you there!
To find out more about other activities running at Nonsuch Awareness Day click here.
4th September 2015 | by Maureen
We are delighted to announce the safe arrival of three new members to our Maven family:
Nurse Sarah gave birth to a healthy baby boy called Noah!
Nurse Esther gave birth to a healthy baby girl called Layla!
Vet Michael Morrice' wife gave birth to a healthy baby girl called Isabella (pictured)!
All mum's and babies are doing well - if a little sleep deprived!
1st July 2015 | by Maureen
The Morden Family Fun Day will be held this year on the 19th of July in Morden Park and promises to be a fun filled day!
Maven Vets will be there with a stall and, in addition, we are sponsoring the Dog Show. There are plenty of categories from 'Dog with the Waggiest Tail' through to 'Best 'Super-Hero' Dog'.
To view all the categories and to enter, visit the Morden Fun Day website.
We would love to see you all there so come along and join in the fun!
15th June 2015 | by Maureen
Dr Michael Morrice has been awarded Advanced Practitioner Status in Small Animal Practice!
Michael is one of the partners of Maven Vets and is also the Vet Team leader, heading up our clinical work. Along with the rest of the team he ensures the work carried out at Maven Veterinary Care is of the highest standard with the focus being the welfare and care of our patients.
Michael is the second of our Maven Vets to be awarded the Advanced Practitioner Stauts, along with Dr Aarti Amin.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons publishes a list of all vets who have achieved this status. They state,
'The list provides a clear indication to the profession and the public of those veterinary surgeons who we have accredited at postgraduate certificate level (Masters level 7), and who have not only demonstrated knowledge and experience in a particular area of veterinary practice beyond their initial primary veterinary degree, but who have also confirmed that they continue to be up to date in their field over and above our minimum requirements for continuing professional development (CPD).'
For more information please visit the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner Status.
At Maven we are delighted that both Michael and Aarti have been recognised for their hard work and dedication in continuing to promote best practice in their work and are sure our clients will join us in congratulating them.
27th May 2015 | by Maureen
We are delighted to announce that our senior vet Dr Aarti Amin is now recognised as an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Feline Medicine.
Aarti gained her Australian memberships in Feline Medicine in 2013 and continues to attend numerous lectures and courses in this field, ensuring she remains up to date in her knowledge. Within the practice Aarti is responsible for our continued dedication to and development of services and facilities for our feline friends, while continuing to also see her canine friends too!
This award is a fabulous reflection of Aarti's ongoing hard work and dedication.
For more information on the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner Status please follow the link.
16th April 2015 | by Maureen
We are delighted to announce that Maven Veterinary Care is now officially open!
Staff and guests enjoyed a lovely evening of drinks and nibbles to celebrate our opening and renaming. We were hugely grateful to have the Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick (as seen on TV!) here to officially open proceedings. Noel spoke of the love and care which are essential in every veterinary practice and thoroughly entertained our guests, staying for photos afterwards.
Guests also enjoyed a tour of our newly finished practice and we have been delighted by the positive feedback!
We look forward to seeing all our clients in the near future.
15th April 2015 | by Maureen
The International Society of Feline Medicine (the veterinary division of International Cat Care Organsiaton) run an accreditation scheme for veterinary clinics in which they assess how 'cat-friendly' the clinic is.
Clinics are assessed on a number of different areas:
At Maven Vets we are delighted to announce we have been awarded the GOLD standard award, the highest award! We are delighted to have recognition for the care and planning we have taken to ensure our clinic is as feline friendly as possible.
For more information on the Accreditation Scheme visit the International Cat Care site.
We look forward to welcoming our feline friends old and new to the new clinic in the years to come.
13th March 2015 | by Maureen
Huge congratulations to Leticia who has completed her training and passed her final exams to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse!
A great achievement - Well Done!