Kensal Green animal charity urges owners to get their pets vaccinated

The Mayhew are calling for owners to vaccinate their pets

The Mayhew are calling for owners to vaccinate their pets - Credit: Archant

The Mayhew Animal Home in Trenmar Gardens, offers low-cost jabs

The Mayhew Animal Home is in Kensal Green

The Mayhew Animal Home is in Kensal Green - Credit: Archant

An animal charity in Kensal Green are urging owners to get their pets vaccinated to stop them dying from preventable diseases.

As today marks the beginning of National Vaccination Month across the UK, The Mayhew Animal Home is raising awareness of the vital elements of basic pet health and welfare.

The rising costs and lack of awareness of their importance means that more pets are dying each year.

But, The Mayhew, in Trenmar Gardens, offers low-cost jabs to promote the protection of pets with regular vaccinations as an essential part of responsible ownership.


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Vaccinations prevent against diseases that can prove fatal for dogs, cats and smaller animals like rabbits and guinea pigs.

Caroline Yates, The Mayhew’s CEO, said: “An appointment at The Mayhew’s Community Veterinary Clinic costs much less than can be charged by some private veterinary practices and we welcome all pet owners to take advantage of our services. Pet owners have a responsibility to keep their animal safe and out of harm’s way. This also includes preventative treatments like flea-ing, worming and vaccinations.

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“We very much want to raise awareness through National Vaccination Month, to prevent pets suffering needlessly and to encourage others to spread the word of how essential these appointments are to the lives of our pets.”

Anyone who wants to book an appointment can call The Mayhew on 020 8968 2447 or email vetclinic@mayhewanimalhome.org.

The vaccination clinics are open on a Wednesday and Saturday morning.

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