Author Archives: londonvets

Tails from Wimbledon Vets

Our dedicated teams spend so much time with their constant care and attention to all the wonderful pets that come through your local veterinary surgery doors. Whether the stories have been life-saving, have touched us with their wonderful blend of bravery, or the pet themselves showing us their fantastically unique characters we love posting about […]

Tails from Streatham Hill Vets

We have seen many interesting cases over the last few months to keep our Streatham Hill team busy! Rumi, Rumi, Rumi Poor Rumi got into a road traffic accident and badly damaged his front right leg. He’s only 9 months old and had to undergo a large and very intricate orthopaedic operation. He was referred […]

Briar House Wins Best UK Vet 2018

We are so so proud and honoured that our Kent surgery, Briar House Veterinary Surgery has been crowned Best UK Vet 2018! This award is open to 3,500 surgeries across the UK and we won, what an amazing achievement! Check out all of the photos from the day. Thanks to the support of our wonderful clients […]

Top three Easter hazards for your pets

Chocolate One of the biggest dangers over Easter, especially for dogs, is chocolate. With your home probably stuffed full of Easter eggs it is extremely important to keep them out of eating reach of your pets. A tiny chunk is likely to be ok, but anything more could be a problem especially if they have also […]

Our Tips for keeping your pets safe at Christmas…

Christmas is the most wonderful time of year – Here are some tips for keeping your pets out of danger so everyone can enjoy the festive season.   We hope you are getting your house filled up with tasty treats for Christmas but did you know many of these can be poisonous to your pets? […]

Our tips to help your pets stay calm and relaxed on bonfire night

Whether your furry family members have issues with certain noises, cower at the sound of a loud bang or pop,  or hide under the furniture, these tips will help you all feel secure, comfortable and at ease. How to spot stress in your pets Lots of our feline friends and pooch pals will have mild […]


If your dog is over the age of 8 you may be surprised to know that they are regarded as “senior”. The age creeps up quickly and this is the time when it is essential to take really good care of your dog. There are lots of ways to keep them healthier for longer and […]