020 8202 6344
Medivet Hendon was the first 24 hour centre in the Medivet group. It continues to be a hub for the group providing gold standard care for your loved pets. Each animal is treated as if they were our own and this is reflected in our loyal client base and friendly staff. We hope to meet you and your pet soon to show you the care and commitment that we deliver here at Medivet Hendon.
Our practice is situated on Watford Way and provides ample parking on the forecourt. The welcoming reception is large and spacious, with a separate area for cats and dogs, to help ease your pets' nerves. We understand that the waiting period can be the most anxious so the whole experience is something we cater for. Our reception team will gladly provide refreshments for you and greet your furry friends.
Tel: 020 8202 6344
Fax: 020 8202 7139
89 - 91 Watford Way
Consultations with the vet are by appointment only (unless an emergency!), so please call in advance. We can usually find you a convenient time slot.
Mon-Fri: 9.00am - 12.00am
2.00pm - 4.00pm
5.00pm - 7.00pm
Sat: 9.30am - 12.15am
2.00pm - 3.45pm
5.00pm - 6.00pm
Richard Leonard - Branch Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
I qualified in Dublin in 1980 and worked in Stud and Farm practice for 2 years before going to work in small animal practice in South Africa. In 1987 I moved to London and joined Medivet with a view to open our first 24 hour centre at Hendon. I am married and have two children and three dogs.
Your pet is never left alone whilst staying with us at Hendon. The nurses take great joy in bonding with your pet and are available day and night to talk you through your concerns, or just to give you a happy update. We love meeting and learning about you as well as your poorly companion. We have a large garden for the dogs, who are walked every 2 hours. The cats have their own quiet ward at the other side of the building. Visiting is always welcomed here; we also like to show off our facilities so feel free to ask for a tour!
Please be aware that appointment times are meant as a guide. Animals are unpredictable and so are their illnesses. So this can mean that a routine check-up may take a long time as the vet has discovered a more serious problem, or emergencies can present at any time. And believe us, they do!