Medivet Colchester London Road

London Road Vets

01206 544918

47 London Road, Colchester, Essex, CO3 9AJ

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Our opening hours are subject to change. Please call us to book an appointment.

Our opening hours are subject to change. Please call us to book an appointment.

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Vets Now Colchester

01206 621549

70 Brinkley Lane, Highwoods, Colchester, Essex, CO4 9XE

Meet the team

Don -

Veterinary Surgeon

Don -

Veterinary Surgeon

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Jo -

Veterinary Surgeon

Jo -

Veterinary Surgeon

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Josh -

Veterinary Surgeon

Josh -

Veterinary Surgeon

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Monica -

Veterinary Surgeon

Monica -

Veterinary Surgeon

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Rebecca -

Veterinary Surgeon

Rebecca -

Veterinary Surgeon

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Abigail -

Veterinary Nurse

Abigail -

Veterinary Nurse

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Holly -

Veterinary Nurse

Holly -

Veterinary Nurse

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Jemma -

Veterinary Nurse

Jemma -

Veterinary Nurse

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Beverley -

Client Care Assistant

Beverley -

Client Care Assistant

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Carly -

Client Care Assistant

Carly -

Client Care Assistant

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Tracy -

Client Care Assistant

Tracy -

Client Care Assistant

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Kelly -

Senior Office Administrator

Kelly -

Senior Office Administrator

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    Your vet in Colchester

    We are a dedicated veterinary hospital in Colchester. Our caring, compassionate team offer a full range of services including neutering, microchipping, laser treatment and dentistry. We're committed to delivering the highest standard of veterinary care, using our state-of-the-art facilities to give your pet the very best treatment options.

    We look forward to welcoming you to our practice.

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    Keyhole Spay

    We are proud to offer single port laparoscopic spay’s at Medivet Colchester London Road, and there are multiple benefits in choosing this method for your pets spay. It is a less traumatic surgery, with improved access meaning reduced pain and a quicker recovery. The wound is smaller and will heal in a shorter amount of time. Especially good for larger breeds and those with more energy. Speak to us if you are interested or have any further questions.