Our Practice is dedicated to providing all your veterinary needs for your large and small animals. Your pet is an important part of your family, and when he or she is ill, you want the best medical care available. Dr. Surita Ghalay and colleagues at our clinic are ready to provide your pet with cutting edge veterinary medical care.
We serve our animal and human clients with utmost dedication and passion. Gardenvet was established in 1992 by Drs. Joseph C. Mugachia and Mwikali Mugachia. We are conveniently located at Runda Evergreen Estate, Nairobi less than 100 metres from Kiambu Road. We have three full time experienced veterinarians and one part time. All our vets are registered with the Kenya Veterinary Board (KVB) and Kenya Veterinary Association. Our facility is serene, fully secured, spacious and professionally hygienic.
Pets Centre Veterinary Clinic in Muthaiga, Nairobi Kenya is a modern private veterinary practice which is accredited and licensed by the Kenya Veterinary Board (KVB) to offer veterinary clinical, hospital, and ambulatory (house call) services. It is a one-stop-shop for all veterinary needs, including importation and exportation of pets and pet accessories into and out of Kenya.
We all love and care for our pets every day, but sometimes our pets need more than just our love. They are more than just animals that live in our houses. They are a part of the family. We at Shifaz Veterinary Clinic strive to give quality vet care so that you may have many healthy years together and help your pet live a more fulfilling life.
Cockar Veterinary Clinic was started by Dr. Z. A. Cockar in 1981 on Ngong Road. A branch practice was started at Rosslyn Lone Tree Estate in 1993. The original Clinic on Ngong Road was closed in 2005 due to changing demographics of the area, and everything was consolidated at Rosslyn. We have two main vets in the practice with a third part-time vet.
Sercombe Veterinary Surgeons is conveniently located on Langata Road opposite the Karen Hospital. A 4 man mixed practice with a bias towards small animal and equine work, but not excluding other species. The practice provides in-patient facilities with a 24 hour emergency service and night duty staff to care for sick and hospitalized animals.