Halloween is over, and now the ghosts and ghouls have gone away, you know what comes next... Christmas! The Christmas season is upon us, and it’s a time of merriment, joy and fun for everyone, including our pets. However, the festive season can be dangerous for our four-legged friends too [...]
Whether you have a male or female pet, the question of neutering is something that every pet owner should think about. For dogs, cats and even rabbits, neutering can have many benefits and is a procedure we recommend for all pets not intended for breeding. Read on to learn more [...]
You’ll often hear our vets talking about “running some bloods” or “doing a health screen”... but do you know what we’re actually looking for? Or what the results mean? If you want to know more about blood tests, this is the blog for you! What tests can you run? [...]
Poor dental health is something VERY commonly seen in pets. Dental health is so important because pets only have one set of adult teeth – once they are gone, that is it! Both human and animal teeth are made up of the exact same components: enamel, pulp, cementum, dentine. This [...]
If your dog or cat wandered off and got lost, how easy would it be to find them? In 2016, there were nearly 9000 stray dogs in London, and an estimated 500,000 cats - and most of them don’t have sufficient distinguishing marks to be identified reliably. Unfortunately, if a [...]
It can be a tricky decision, choosing whether or not to neuter your pet. It doesn’t seem that long ago that your little ball of fluff was just a baby, but now they’re grown, and you’ve got to decide what to do for the best. After all, they aren’t [...]
We thank you all for your patience and co-operation during the last few difficult weeks.
While still observing guidelines for protecting human health the practice is now in a position to open up our services to include some annual vaccinations and we will be making puppy and kitten vaccination courses a priority.
A limited number of neuters will be undertaken on certain days. Please phone the practice for more details and to make an appointment.
Social distancing will still be in place with pets being taken from their owners at the waiting room door.
We appreciate your ongoing support.