Welcome to The London Vet Clinic
In the heart of London, we provide primary and specialist care for companion animals and their people. We opened forty years ago near Portman Square as the Portman Veterinary Clinic, to care for pets in Marylebone, Mayfair and Lisson Grove. Twenty-five years ago we moved to our present premises on York Street. Today most people and pets who visit us come from St John’s Wood, Hampstead, Highgate, Camden, Kensington, Chelsea and Hammersmith. To reflect that change in 2011 the clinic name was changed to the London Veterinary Clinic.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE
We are open on Monday and Tuesday, 23rd and 24th December then closed until the following Monday, the 30th December when we re-open. At least one vet and one nurse are always available, round the clock, at our Emergency Clinic on Elizabeth Street. For advice and attention over the Christmas holiday please telephone 020 7730 9102.
Bruce Fogle, the principal vet, is also a writer and broadcaster. With over ten million books sold, Bruce is the world’s best selling practicing vet. For services to pets, pet owners and the veterinary profession, the British Small Animal Veterinary Association awarded Bruce Honorary Life Membership. He is co-founder and vice-chairman of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People (www.hearingdogs.org.uk) the largest charity of its kind in the world. For services to disabled people Bruce was appointed an MBE. He is the Chair of HSI, an international charity that celebrates animals and confronts cruelty worldwide (www.HSI.org).
On these pages we hope we can answer most of your questions about what we do and how we go about doing it. Of course, the nature of veterinary care is such that it’s always best to speak with one of us directly, at 020 7723 2068. We’re here to help you and your pets.