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Mewes Veterinary Clinic, Haywards Heath, West Sussex
Located in the centre of town with…

From the business


Julia Mewes, Practice Principal and qualified veterinary surgeon, has undergone further training in Reptile veterinary care.

Angie Gill, qualified veterinary surgeon, specialises in the art of acupuncture, treating animals with arthritis, muscular strains and amongst other things skin problems.

One pet one vet
Our 'one pet one vet' philosophy means the same member of our team will look after you each time you come to see us.

Longer appointments.
We are proud to boast that we are the only veterinary practice in Mid-Sussex to offer 15 minute appointments.

Animal Health care Plan.
Our Pet Health Club offers you everything you need to meet your pets routine healthcare needs, paid for in affordable monthly instalments.

Online Shop
Order your pet food, many at discount price, and it will be delivered to the clinic within 2 days.


Established in 1996.

The Mewes Veterinary Clinic was established in 1996 by Julia Mewes. It has become a friendly, forward thinking practice, with all staff committed to our slogan ' Treating Pets As Friends'. After rigorous inspection The Mewes is also a Training and Tier 2 RCVS Accredited Practice.
2014- Winner of a Customer Service Award in the Business Matters Awards.

Meet the Business Owner

Julia M.
Julia M. Business Owner

Practice Principal and Veterinary Surgeon
Qualifications: VetMB, MA, CertVR, LVI, GPCert (SAM), MRCVS.
Julia qualified from Cambridge University in 1989 and has practised her entire career in Mid Sussex. In 1996, she conceived the idea for a clinic that offered longer appointments and personal attention, to ensure that no aspect of health is missed in the animals that we see.
Julia has a certificate in Veterinary Radiology and particularly enjoys diagnostic work and soft tissue surgery. In October 2011 she was awarded The General Practitioner Certificate in Small Animal Medicine. This represents a higher level of qualification for veterinary surgeons in General Practice.  When Julia is not at work her hobby for many years was voluntary radio broadcasting with Mid -Downs Radio for the patients at the Princess Royal Hospital. More recently she has been learning modern Ceroc and Adrenalin Jive dance moves!
At home Julia enjoys spending time with her son John, and her dog Jasmine.