central to all we do !
For over 25 years, we have been committed to improving the lives of pets and their owners.
Who are we ?
Founded in Northern France over 25 years ago, LCV Group's core business is underpinned by a determination to help and support pets and pet-lovers day after day, throughout France and Europe.
A leader in several of its markets, LCV Group serves the needs of almost one million animals, the same number of families and more than 30,000 vets and animal health professionals every year.
End-of-life service for pets
Our pets are a big part of our lives and share lots of special moments with us, but sadly they do not live forever... The death of a beloved pet is always very difficult for its owner and the whole family.
Dignity and respect are the watchwords for the end-of-life services we offer.
Veterinary waste management
With the aim of protecting both the environment and public health, Cyclavet offers animal health stakeholders (vets, laboratories/pharmaceutical companies, animal breeders, etc.) an ethical waste management chain to dispose of unused medicinal products or waste resulting from their activities.
We provide vets with complete, innovative digital solutions, essential for the management of their practices and clinics.
The values espoused by LCV Group are testimony to the Group’s sense of responsibility towards pet owners, vets and, more generally, all parties concerned by our activities.
The services we offer - and the way they are delivered - are an accurate reflection of our values :
Because animal welfare is our number one priority throughout your pet’s life.
Because veterinary principles are an integral part of our DNA.
Because we are attentive to vets and pet owners. We constantly strive to meet their needs.
Because day to day, we work hard to fulfill all our ethical, social, environmental and societal commitments.
We work with our partners to pool our respective strengths for the benefit of animal welfare.
Wamiz, the pet website : all there is to know about dogs, cats and rodents. A goldmine of useful pet care information and advice.
Created in 1969, the AVEF (Association Vétérinaire Equine Française - French Equine Veterinary Association) brings together more than 450 vets focusing exclusively or partially on equine medicine or surgery.
French National Centre for Veterinary Toxicology Information
Centre National d’Informations Toxicologiques Vétérinaires
The CNITV is a not-for-profit association. One of its missions is to operate a year-round 24-hour telephone hotline to respond to calls concerning cases of domestic or wild animal poisonings.
Depending on the caller’s profile (veterinary practitioner, private individual, agricultural body, etc.), the centre provides diagnostic or treatment assistance, an opinion concerning the prognosis, a risk assessment or more general information.
The International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories is an international body responsible for ensuring that member facilities comply with its good practice charter.