The Blue Cross animal hospital on Merton High Street has closed temporarily for refurbishment.
The refurbishment work will reportedly improve the reception, dispensary and other public areas. It will also include the construction of a new operating theatre and exotics kennel.
The charity said it hopes these changes will “improve customer service and privacy for their clients”.
The hospital is due to re-open in March after six weeks of work. While it is closed, the Blue Cross Merton team will offer a limited number of routine appointments at a local pop-up clinic.
Practice manager, Louise Newman, said: “Our hospital is 20 years old, so these improvements will help to improve the experience of our pets and clients in our reception and clinical areas.
“The exotics kennel will help us to ensure small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs have a safe and secure area during their stay with us.”