Vets in West London

For all emergencies, please call the 24hr Helpline of your local clinic

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Brackenbury Petcare: 020 8743 3510
Brook Green Petcare: 020 7603 5150
Chiswick Petcare: 020 8995 1582
Queens Park Petcare: 020 7328 7787
St. Helens Petcare: 020 8968 8333
Bruton Veterinary Practice: 01749 813291

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Petcare Clinics are a group of 5 caring and friendly veterinary practices based in West London, with a sister practice in Bruton, Somerset. If you’re looking for a vet in West London, we have a local, modern practice nearby, with clinics in Brackenbury, Brook Green, Chiswick, Queens Park and St Helen’s Gardens in North Kensington.

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For a small monthly fee your pet will get all the essential preventative treatments and 10% OFF all your veterinary bills.

Pet Health Club

Joining our Pet Health Club is a great way to spread the cost of essential treatments to keep your pet healthy and to save money on any bills at the practice as soon as you join.

Need help paying your vet bills?

carefreecredit-logoThrough our providers, CarefreeCredit, we can offer you INTEREST FREE payment options for your vet bills (anything from £500 to £25,000).

You can apply online in practice, or at home, the application takes 3 minutes to complete, the decision is instant and treatment can begin immediately after approval. You spread the cost of your bill over 12 months with no interest payable, your pet gets the gold-standard treatment they deserve, and we get paid automatically by CarefreeCredit. Quick, simple, minimum fuss!

What we’ve been up to

Baboushka enjoying his boarding stay with us.

For more info about our boarding facilities please visit sthelensvets.co.uk/services/cat-boarding/
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This is Peaches. Some of you may have seen her feature on here a few times and some of you may have met her here in the clinic.

She originally came to us at Brackenbury in October last year, after being found on the street with a prolapsed rectum – this was due to on-going diarrhoea.

When she first arrived, she was underweight, covered in fleas & ticks, had ear mites and was very smelly.
She had to stay in our isolation cage and we could only handle her when wearing gloves and gowns, as we had no idea of her history or if she had anything infectious.
She was treated with Stronghold and put on a gastro-intestinal diet to hopefully get rid of the diarrhoea. We also started ear medication which made her very greasy!

After a few weeks in the clinic, and her diarrhoea not improving, it was decided that the next thing we needed to do, was repair the prolapse.

The surgery Peaches needed is not a frequently performed surgery, and after speaking to James at our Chiwick branch and a specialist surgeon Tom and the team developed a plan and took her to theatre.

The surgery was successful, however we had still not fixed the diarrhoea.

Over the next few months, we trialed Peaches on lots of different diets to try to improve her stools, we sent a faecal sample to the lab to check for any bacteria or parasites we may be able to treat and we even tried a course of steroids in case the issue was as simple as an inflamed bowel.
None of the usual diets we use to treat diarrhoea had worked, her faecal analysis came back clear and not even the steroids made a difference!

We had finally started to accept that she was just going to have diarrhoea forever and maybe she would have to stay with us and be the clinic cat.

Our last idea was to try Peaches on a raw diet.

Raw diets are fairly new on the market, and are generally not our first choice. This is because there are few around that are properly balanced diets, and by feeding an unbalanced diet, you can cause more harm than good.

I looked into a few different companies, and sent an email to NaturesMenu. I told them Peaches' story, and asked if they would be able to give us a sample of their raw diet to try. They very kindly sent us 2 boxes!!
Even though Peaches is NEVER fussy when it comes to food, we had to wean her onto the raw diet over a week – the texture is very different to the other dry diet she had been on, so it took some getting used to.
After 1 week, Peaches was eating only NaturesMenu raw diet, and her stools were formed and less smelly!!

She has now been on her raw diet for 3 weeks and is doing really well!

Peaches is a great example of how sometimes there is no “quick fix”, especially when it comes to skin & dietary allergies, but with perseverance & patience, you can get there in the end!
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Grace GeorgeGo peaches!!! Xxx1 week ago
Natures MenuFantastic news, we are so pleased that Peaches is doing well.1 week ago

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Remember to keep all Easter treats well hidden from your pets.

Many of us will have chocolate eggs, hot-cross buns and other sweet treats in the home during the Easter period. However, it's important to remember these sugary delights can be dangerous to your pet’s health.

Chocolate, as most of us now know, is highly toxic to dogs and may affect cats (although cats generally tend to avoid sweet foods), so if your pet does manage to eat chocolate, it is important to stay calm and contact us immediately.
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Happy Easter everyone! While you're enjoying a nice long weekend, these kitties are enjoying a break in our fully booked cattery.
Spaces are filling up fast for summer, so be sure to get in touch with us soon if you want to book!
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Camilla GomesOoh nice to see Muffin's friends. Pls send me pictures of my little bundle of joy 🙂 thanks for taking care of her 🙂2 weeks ago

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Cat boarding & cattery

Cat asleep on pillow imageWe offer short & long term cat boarding for pet patients and guests at our well equipped facility at our Brackenbury practice.

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All our guests are fed an individually recommended diet and their health and well-being is monitored daily.

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Brackenbury Petcare
Brook Green Petcare
Chiswick Petcare
Queens Park Petcare
St Helens Petcare
Bruton Veterinary Practice

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