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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 other arrangements. Please contact the clinic on 0208 995 1582 for further information and help us spread the word by sharing this post. ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for an enthusiastic RVN to join our fun West London Team. Full time position available with 1:3 weekends. Rotated shifts between the hours of 8-4 and 10-6.30. Competitive salary and cpd budget available. Please forward all enquiries and curriculum vitae to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you. ... See MoreSee Less
These two very cute miniature dachshund puppies named Cookie and Coconut, came in to see us recently for their second vaccines. Considering their teeny size, and the new surroundings of the vets, they were very brave and left very happy with their owners. We look forward to seeing them when they return monthly weigh and worm appointments with our nurses 🐶 ... See MoreSee Less
The sarcoptic mange mite is an eight legged parasite that is itchier than any other parasite - it makes affected dogs and cats miserable. They develop rashes and hair loss, and they may self harm.
It can also infect humans, but the best way to protect your pets and yourself is regular treatment of dogs and cats in the house. ... See MoreSee Less
A single dog poo can contain as many as 1 million roundworm eggs! These eggs can survive up to a year in the soil, and cannot all be removed by picking up the poo.
The only sure-fire way of stopping the cycle is by preventative worming treatments - talk to us about the most effective products. ... See MoreSee Less
A video showing how dogs and cats get infected by roundworm. The video shows the various stages of the worm attack. Sorry but comments have been disabled for...
Lungworm is a serious and potentially fatal infection in dogs. They’re transmitted via slugs and snails which can infect dogs via their slime trails.
Fortunately, prevention is easy with a prescription-only spot on - talk to us for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
Intestinal worms such as roundworms live in your pet’s intestine and eat their food. If that makes you uncomfortable, think how they feel! A heavy worm infestation is unpleasant and can cause vomiting and diarrhoea, weight loss and poor coat condition.
The most effective control plan is regular treatment - they’ll thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
Juno the Labrador puppy was so relaxed and cosy whilst waiting to see the vet in reception, she decided just to have a nice snooze...that's one happy pooch! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Many tapeworms are spread by eating an infected animal - especially a problem with hunting cats!
These ferocious felines can be kept safe with regular anti-tapeworm medication - talk to us for more advice. ... See MoreSee Less
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Shaking heads and itchy ears may mean your pet has an infestation of ear mites - nasty scratchy little critters living inside their ear canals.
Talk to us about preventative treatments! ... See MoreSee Less