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The most comprehensive information available about veterinary practices in Kenya, the services they offer and the facilities they provide. You can also use this service to search for pet stores and pet sitters. in Kenya

Veterinary Practice

(80 Listings)

Pet Store

(16 Listings)

Grooming Services

(3 Listings)

Pet Boarding

(6 Listings)


(3 Listings)

Welfare and Rescue

(5 Listings)
Find a Vet

Check reviews and ratings of all your local vets before taking your beloved little (or big) best friend.

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Review your Vet

Help others with their journey by reviewing your experience and sharing your vet with friends and family.

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List your Practise

Submit your business listing to amplify your online visibility, engage with clients and build trust through reviews.

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How It Works

Advertise your products and services, increase your reach and manage your online reputation all on one page.
Sign up for an account
By creating an account you can advertise your business as well as rate and review other businesses.
List your business
Submit your business listing to increase your online visibility, advertise your products in our free classifieds section.
Manage your business
Add your products and service offerings, respond to reviews and enquiries.

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