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Kensington Veterinary Care

 
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Address:

137, London, W8 7LP, united-kingdom

Phone: 020 7221 3093

Animal Type

Animals Treated
  • Bird
  • Cat
  • Dogs

Services

Services
  • Cat Friendly
  • Dentistry
  • Microchipping
  • Operating Theatre
  • Pet Passport / Animal Health Cert
  • Vaccinations
  • X-Ray

Location

Street Address
Address
Kensington Church Street
Town
Post Code
Country
United Kingdom

Kensington Veterinary Care provides a variety of veterinary services at our practice in London. From microchipping, puppy and kitten vaccinations to flea, tick and worm treatments, we will help you get to the bottom of your furry friend's problem and provide an effective treatment plan. We understand how important your pet's are to you, which is why we always strive to provide the highest quality of care, taking our time to outline treatment options. Take a look at our website for our full veterinary service offering, or book an appointment online!

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