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The Neighbourhood Vet – Penge

The Neighbourhood Vet think it is important that you feel you can drop in to talk to them.
The Neighbourhood Vets journey began in 2012, where they opened their first clinic on Barry Road, East Dulwich. The Neighbourhood Vet joined the Crofton Park community in 2016, and their newest clinic is in Penge.

The Penge branch has 3 consult rooms, separate dog and cat wards, state of the art operating facilities and all the modern equipment you’d expect in their practices. You also have access to their fun-filled pet store where you can find great goods for your beloved pet.

They understand that many people and their animals dislike the whole experience of going to the vet, however they think things can be different. At The Neighbourhood Vet, they want you and your pets to be happy and they have created a practice which they hope will ensure a positive experience.

Whilst they think their building is really lovely and an important part of practice, the staff are what makes The Neighbourhood Vet what it is. Without the team of passionate, experienced animal lovers, they wouldn’t be able to offer the unrivalled services they provide today.

The Neighbourhood Vet have a happy, stimulating work environment so their staff can work to the best of their abilities. They also ensure staff undertake regular courses and training to improve their knowledge and retain their interest in their work.

This practice is Vetsure Accredited. Click here to find out more about The Vetsure Network.

Neighbourhood Vets also offer a Vetsure Pet Health Plan

Pet Health Plan members also benefit from 5% off a Vetsure Pet Insurance policy for the same dog, cat, puppy or kitten.

When you take out a Vetsure Pet Health Plan the discount can be applied to the Vetsure Pet Insurance policy whether you’re taking out a new policy OR when an existing policy renews.

Note that our Pet Health Plan is NOT a pet insurance product. Pet insurance is aimed at providing cover for the treatment of unforeseen accidents or illnesses and does not typically cover preventative healthcare costs.