What we’ve been up to
Our thoughts are with our neighbours in Latimer Road today. If you or someone you know needs a safe place for their cat, rabbit or pocket pet we are able to offer free boarding until you are able to make alternative arrangements. Please call the clinic on 020 8968 8333 ... See MoreSee Less
Cobi came in to see Patricia our vet for his sore ear. ... See MoreSee Less
Would you know what it meant if you saw a Guide Dog with either a red and white or a blue and white harness flash? The photo on the left shows Cooper with a red and white flash on his harness. This indicates that the Guide Dog Owner has hearing loss as well as a visual impairment. The photo on the right shows working Guide Dog Hetty with a blue and white flash on her harness. Blue and white indicates that Hetty is also a seizure alert dog. Please like and share with your friends to build awareness of this!
Gorgeous Asha came to see us for her first health check. ... See MoreSee Less
Can I go back to the vet please? Me loves St Helens Petcare #Shpottie #BSH #BritishShorthair #Catit Catit
Remember to keep all Easter treats well hidden from your pets.
Many of us will have chocolate eggs, hot-cross buns and other sweet treats in the home during the Easter period. However, it's important to remember these sugary delights can be dangerous to your pet’s health.
Chocolate, as most of us now know, is highly toxic to dogs and may affect cats (although cats generally tend to avoid sweet foods), so if your pet does manage to eat chocolate, it is important to stay calm and contact us immediately. ... See MoreSee Less