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Hernias, Scans, Dentistry and an Egg Bound Hen? No Problem for Our Super Hero Vets!

A Corner Vets Meme This fluffy little girl is ‘Meme’ šŸ’› Meme came in to us today to be neutered (spayed) and have a small hernia repairedšŸ’• She is doing really well after her surgery and is making sure she gets lots of cuddles and treats from all the vets, nurses and receptionist here at […]

Meanwhile in a vet surgery near you… Incredible orthopaedic surgery, laser therapy and a cyst removal, from a genius!

Patches cruciate repair Patches, pictured below with our nurse Jill, had a very complicated surgery called a TTA with our highly skilled surgeon Gabriella at Streatham Hill Vets. She was in for her first post op check up and we are delighted to see that she is doing brilliantly. She is bearing weight already and […]

Five reasons why we love puppies! Puppies galore – a week of cuteness at London and Kent Vets

When Adam met Monica! This beautiful German Shepherd puppy called Monica, visited Mayow Vets for her second vaccination. Despite her big paws, she is only 10 weeks old in this photo. She is such a lovely, gentle girl who loved all the cuddles with our Vet, Adam. Look out for further updates of Monica’s visits, […]

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! šŸ™ˆ 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 šŸ± 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 […]

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 VetsĀ team discovered a big mass in Georgeā€™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 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. Heā€™s only 9 months old and had to undergo a large and very intricate orthopaedic operation. He was referred […]


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.Ā 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 […]

Babesiosis tick disease what are the risks?

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