0208 337 2214

Vet in Sutton

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.

North Cheam Vet

Tel: 0208 3372214

info@mavenvets.co.uk

Maven Veterinary Care

609-613 London Road

North Cheam

Sutton

SM3 9DF

News

May Bank Holidays 2019

3rd May 2019 | by Maureen

Our opening hours over the May Bank Holidays are:

 

  • Saturday 04.05.19: We are open as usual from 9am to 4pm
  • Sunday 05.05.19: We are open as usual from 10am to 2pm
  • Bank Holiday Monday 06.05.19 May: We are closed. An emergency service, run from our practice by Vets Now Sutton will be in operation.
  • Tuesday 07.05.19: We will open again as normal from 8am to 8pm

 

  • Saturday 25.05.19: We are open as usual from 9am to 4pm
  • Sunday 26.05.19: We are open as usual from 10am to 2pm
  • Bank Holiday Monday 27.05.19: We are closed. An emergency service, run from our practice by Vets Now Sutton will be in operation.
  • Tuesday 28.05.19: We will open again as normal from 8am to 8pm

 

Please be aware if you need to contact the emergency service run by Vets Now Sutton please call us on 0208 337 2214 and you will be directed to the Vets Now service.

Kitty is Crowned as Maven’ Pet of the Year 2018

21st January 2019 | by Maureen

We are delighted to announce the Winner of Maven Vets’ Pet of the Year 201, Kitty!

Kitty was nominated as the Pet of the Month in December 2018 by our clinic team due to her brave battle with lymphoma, a type of cancer. You can read about her full nomination story in our Pet of the Month blog.

Maven’s Pet of the Year competition is voted for by our clients and followers of our facebook page. Each of the 12 pets who have won the Pet of the Month in the year are eligible for entry. This year, Kitty won with a landslide.

Her owners were delighted to hear the news. This is what they had to say:

Can you tell us a bit about Kitty's illness and why she was nominated for Pet of the Year?

2018 was a challenging year for Kitty with repeated ear infections and a scare for us where she presented with a head tilt and wobbly walking. After a CT scan, unfortunately she was diagnosed with nasal lymphoma which had been affecting the normal drainage of fluid around her ears and nose. We made the difficult decision to treat Kitty using chemotherapy; initially all seemed to be going well but Kitty was unlucky and started experiencing the nastier side effects of chemo. She was hospitalised on a number of occasions, requiring intravenous antibiotics and missing out on her much loved home comforts. Throughout all of this she kept her loving personality and was a model patient even showing some affection towards the Maven Team despite being very unwell.

Since Kitty found her forever home with us four years ago, she unfortunately hasn’t been in the best of health. Her first present to us days after joining the family was an emergency visit to Maven as she came in with a tooth hanging out and had to have both lower canine teeth removed due to infection. Not long after that she was diagnosed with Feline Asthma having had repeated coughing fits for a number of weeks she finally took well to having her twice daily inhaler followed by some treats. 

 

What makes Kitty special to you and why do you think she deserved to win?

Having always grown up with cats, I can confidently say that Kitty is not like any other cat I’ve ever known. She is the most caring and emotionally sensitive cat with a funny quirk of always finding an opportunity to flip upside down in order to have her belly rubbed! And she doesn’t bite or scratch like other cats which is always a bonus! She’s one of the family, adores her food, is a very big fan of Christmas and is very particular about sleeping on our pillows whilst we try to get into bed! Simply she deserved to win as she has fought through so much! 

 

What does it mean to you that Kitty has won the award?

It means the world to us that Kitty has won Pet of the Year. It’s a fitting tribute to her life considering all the struggles she has been through in the past few years and we are not only proud to have an award winner in the family, but proud to show Kitty off as she’s our perfect pet. 

New Clinical Director Announced

14th January 2019 | by Maureen

We are delighted to announce that Dr Christopher Turner has accepted the position of Clinical Director at Maven Vets. Chris joined the Maven team as a vet in 2011 and is popular  with both clients and staff alike. He is a dedicated clinician, passionate about client and patient care and we are sure he will excel in his new role as clinical lead. Chris joins current clinical directors, Dr Michael Morrice and Dr Mike Baumann in this role.

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