Streatham Hill Veterinary Surgery team really enjoyed the annual dog show at Tooting Common this weekend. Our team love taking part in this dog show, it is always a well-organised fun day filled with treats and of course prizes for the winners. Our Head Nurse Lauren was delighted to be asked to judge one of […]

Dental disease is one of the most common problems we see in veterinary practice. It affects over 87% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of three. Like human teeth, there are a variety of causes and well as different degrees of severity of dental issues. The most common problem we see in […]

Buster was brought into us with a history of appetite loss and vomiting. Buster was very lethargic and clearly unwell so we took a blood sample to investigate further. Our in house facilities processed the test immediately and the results showed that his liver enzymes and bilirubin levels were worryingly high. The results were suggestive of an obstruction […]

We have had some interesting cases across our surgeries over the last few months that we would like to share with you all. Whether the stories have been life-saving, fascinating or have simply touched us we love them all and hope you enjoy them too… Veggie the Guinea Pig Poor Veggie came into to see […]

Our dedicated teams constantly amaze us with the unwavering care and attention they devote to all the wonderful pets that come through our surgery doors. We have had some interesting cases over the last few months that we would like to share with you all. Whether the stories have been life-saving, fascinating or have simply touched […]

It is important for vet surgeries to keep up to date with the latest developments in veterinary care. Like human medicine, veterinary medicine is progressing quickly and so we always attend the British Small Animal Veterinary Association’s Congress, which is the largest small animal congress in Europe. Here are some of the highlights from this […]

Babesiosis – what is it? Babesiosis is a potentially serious malaria-like illness and is one of the most dangerous tick-transmitted diseases in dogs. The disease spreads in a similar way to how humans catch malaria from mosquitoes. The disease has recently been found in the UK and is expected to spread from its current focus in Essex. What to […]