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  • Vets in Rochester | Vets in Chatham |Vets in Kent | Warren House Vets
  • Vets in Rochester | Vets in Chatham |Vets in Kent | Warren House Vets

Welcome to Warren House Group of Veterinary Surgeries treating your pets like one of our family since 1982.

We are a group of four small animal practices across the Medway towns. We are proud that all of our vets are qualified and have at least 3 years' experience under their belt before coming to work for us.

We also have an extensive team of qualified nurses, specialist surgeons and experts to enable us to provide quality preventive, diagnostic and medical services so that each of your pets lives a long and healthy life.

Our dedicated team of vets, nurses and receptionists are all pet owners and all truly understand the care and love that you have for your animals.

When they are in our care, you can rest assured that they will be treated as one of our own.

  • Vets in Rochester | Vets in Chatham |Vets in Kent | Warren House Vets
  • Vets in Rochester | Vets in Chatham |Vets in Kent | Warren House Vets
  • Vets in Rochester | Vets in Chatham |Vets in Kent | Warren House Vets

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Latest News

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Warren House Vets COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update

Warren House Vets COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update

May 17th 2021 Whilst visiting us, we're here to provide you and your pets with the best experience, in the safest way. View more...
Walking your dog safely in autumn and winter

Walking your dog safely in autumn and winter

October 16th 2020 The nights are getting darker and there’s a chill in the air, but your dog still needs regular walks in order to stay fit and healthy. View more...
Cardiomyopathy in cats

Cardiomyopathy in cats

October 7th 2021 There are a number of different heart diseases that can affect our cats; however, cardiomyopathy is the most common. But what is it and how do you know if your cat has it? We explore further... View more...