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Summer time tips to keep your pets cool and comfortable from London Veterinary Surgeries

  Cat Fights Gentle Charlie was getting up to some mischief outside! 🙈 He came to us with a cat bite on the side of his face that developed into an abscess, which often requires vet treatment, including the draining of the abscess and antibiotics. Charlie was incredibly patients with our vet Alessandro, and he […]

Five tails from five London Veterinary Surgeries

Blocked bladder emergency Meet Ele the striking Cornish Rex 🐱 Ele was rushed into our Streatham Hill Surgery as he had a blocked bladder. Blocked bladders are most common in male cats are life threatening. Usually the blockage is due to stones, crystals or mucous. The build up of toxins from the urine that has […]

Grass Seed Season – Be aware

These lovelies are Lola and Jessy who both came in to our surgeries because of grass seeds getting stuck where they should not be! Grass seeds are quite common at this time of year. They can be very painful and signs to look out for are head shaking, whimpering, pawing at ears.  Grass seeds can […]

Five tails from our London Veterinary Surgeries

George Maine Cooney! Meet big handsome three year old Maine Coon George Cooney, trying to be held by his surgeon Gabriella!! Our Streatham Hill Vets team discovered a big mass in George’s abdomen. Radiographic and ultrasound studies revealed that the mass was within his stomach. Our skilled veterinary surgeon Gabriella performed an exploratory laparotomy today and […]

Tails from Briar House Vets

Warning – gratuitous showing off! We may have mentioned that we won the Best UK Vets award for 2018, but did you know that we were up against 3,500 other UK veterinary surgeries? Amazing! We had a wonderful time celebrating with clients and the Mayor and Mayoress. Here are some of the photos from the […]

Tails from the Animal Clinic

Max the Bunny This beautiful bunny having cuddles with his owner is Max.  Max was brought into the clinic recently as he had stopped eating. This is always an alarming sign in rabbits, even if it has only been for a few hours. When our vet Margit examined Max she also noticed that he had […]

Tails from Corner Vets

Cheeky Whisper Whisper here is a 21 week old Labrador cross. Labrador’s are renowned for being greedy, and that’s certainly what Whisper is! Whisper had helped herself to a corn on the cob husk from a dinner plate over the weekend. We took an x-ray just to check that everything was ok, and low and […]