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A.J.M Robson Vets in Peckham, London

 
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Address:

35 Highshore Road, Peckham, London, SE15 5AF, united-kingdom

Phone: 020 7701 6452

Animal Type

Animals We Care For
  • Cat
  • Dogs
  • Small Animals

Location

Street Address
35 Highshore Road
Town
Peckham
County
London
Post Code
SE15 5AF

Vets Surgery in Peckham

Established in the Peckham area since 1984, AJM Robson (B.VET Med, MRCVS) enjoys an excellent reputation throughout southeast London. We provide a caring, relaxing environment and professional treatments at our southeast London veterinary practice. Our resident surgeon, Miss Robson, and her experienced team believe that continuity of care in a familiar environment from a regular veterinary specialist provides great comfort and peace of mind for you and for your pet.

 

Our Vets Surgery in Peckham provides:
Free Initial Consultations
Ample Parking
Caring and Friendly Staff
24-Hour Emergency Services
British Veterinary Association Members
British Small Animal Veterinary Association Members


Our services are available to clients in Peckham, Walworth, Camberwell, Deptford, East Dulwich and Nunhead.

 

 

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Overall rating
 
1.5
Standard of care received
 
1.0
Communication
 
1.0
Appointment
 
4.0
Customer Service
 
1.0
Value for money
 
1.0
Would you recommend?
 
1.0
I visited this practice in April 2018 with my cat who had a sore on her back. They told me it was just an infection and treated her with antibiotics and anti-inflammatory. Last Sunday, a couple of days after seeing them, I took my cat to another vets as she had stopped eating and didn't seem to be improving. As soon as the vet saw the sore they immediately said that the sore looked like cancerous tumour. Unfortunately my cat had to be put down that day. I don't believe that anything else could have been done if my cat diagnosed correctly, however it certainly would have caused less suffering and pain for her. I am very concerned about the level of care they gave - I do not believe they fully inspected the wound - I was in and out of the practice very quickly. The growth was large, swollen and most importantly hard - which are key signs of a tumour. 
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