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Vets in West London


Petcare Clinics are a group of 5 caring and friendly veterinary practices based in West London. If you’re looking for a vet in West London, we have a local, modern practice nearby, with clinics in Brackenbury, Brook Green, Chiswick, Queens Park and St Helen’s Gardens in North Kensington.


Petcare Clinics

We are proud to run five extraordinary veterinary practices that offer the finest care and facilities at an affordable cost. Every day we offer the most practical, up to date medical care. It is both affordable and tailored to each individual animal. That way we know we are giving your pet the best possible care.


Dog grooming


Dog grooming and dog walking service. Petcare clinics offers grooming for dogs and dog walking services.


Some breeds of dog require regular grooming by a skilled specialist to keep their coats in good condition. Our professional groomer is based at our Queens Park and St Helen’s petcare practice. Petcare clinics would be pleased to arrange an appointment for you. To make an enquiry please visit the appointments page or call us direct.


Dog walking

Everyone knows that exercise plays an important part in creating a happy, healthy and balanced dog. We know it’s not always possible for dog owners to give their pet the exercise they need, so we are pleased to recommend a local, approved dog walker who will tailor their services to your dog’s needs.


We are very happy to make home visits, especially if pets find visiting the surgery stressful.

In some circumstances however, bringing your pet to us enables us to provide the optimum treatment as most equipment and resources are based at the practice. Home visits are available by appointment.


When is it a pet emergency?


If you have an emergency please call us immediately. You can phone the practice number even when we’re closed and your call will be answered by our out-of-hours team who will give you the help you need.

Seemingly simple conditions like sickness and diarrhoea can deteriorate quickly so don’t delay in calling us for veterinary help.

Before an emergency arises, it’s a good idea to learn a little about how to spot a potential emergency situation for your pet.

Ensuring your pet’s daily well-being requires regular care and attention. Sometimes it can be difficult to know if your pet is unwell or in pain, they cannot tell you and are very good at hiding their symptoms.

To help you recognise illness in your pet, here are some symptoms that could indicate a more serious underlying health problem.

We recommend that if your pet shows any of the following signs, you should call us as soon as possible.

Difficulty breathing, bad breath

Difficulty or inability to walk or stand properly

Disorientation, lethargy or weakness

Pale gums

Vomiting or diarrhoea

Difficult, unproductive retching

Straining to urinate, blood in urine

Loss of appetite, marked weight loss or gain, excessive water consumption

Abnormal lumps

Abnormal discharges from the nose, eyes, or other body openings

Persistent coughing, sneezing

Painful, red or swollen eye(s)

Loss of hair, a ragged or dull coat, open sores


Most emergencies are obviously life threatening situations. Sometimes it may be more difficult to tell if your pet needs emergency attention. If you are seriously concerned about your pet, don’t delay in calling us.


Our clinics


Brackenbury Petcare

146 Goldhawk Road, Shepherd's Bush, W12 8HH

Telephone 020 8743 3510


Brook Green Petcare

75 Masbro Road, Brook Green, W14 0LR

Telephone 020 7603 5150


Chiswick Petcare

113 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, W4 2ED

Telephone 020 8995 1582


Queens Park Petcare

49 Lonsdale Road, Queens Park, NW6 6RA

Telephone 020 7328 7787


St. Helens Petcare

71 St.Helens Gardens, North Kensington, W10 6LL

Telephone 020 8968 8333


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