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Welcome back to another addition of our monthly highlights special! Our teams have been doing some amazing work over the last month. Read on to discover our handpicked favourites the gang helped in the last month.
A visitor from a galaxy far far away! Baby yoda! (Grogu).
Baby yoda was brought into the Streatham Hill Vets clinic by the handsome Kenco pictured with with our amazing vet surgery Alan.
💚Kenco’s owners saw him eat the toy and rushed him to the clinic as an emergency. Kenco was given an injection to induce vomiting and baby yoda was freed from Kenco’s stomach.
Meet the oh-so-handsome Tank, who came in to see one of our vets at Wimbledon Veterinary Surgery due to him crying after urinating. 😱
It was suspected that Tank had either a urinary tract infection or he had managed to hurt his privacy area in some way. Tank was sent home with some pain relief to help soothe the pain and his owner was given the task of collecting some urine for us to send off to the lab for further testing. 🤭
After further tests were done, we are happy to report that Tank does not have an urinary infection and that the pain relief is the only medication he’ll be needing to get him feeling 100% again. 😁
Everyone say Hi to the handsome Moose!🐶 He came in to The Animal clinic for a blood test and a check over by our vet.
Here he is with Head Nurse Natalie having some yummy treats to end his visit!🐾
Blackheath Veterinary Surgery
We just had to share this adorable photos taken of our Senior Vet Alan with one of our feline surgical patients today 😻
We know our patients can feel nervous being in a new environment, as well as in a place with different scents & people, so our team always try their best to make them feel as comfortable as possible during their stay 😀🥰💖
One happy bunny
We received a lovely message from this rabbit owner who said “A massive thank you to everyone at Streatham Hill vets for the recent emergency care and over night stay for Misty. As you can see he is now back to his usual, relaxed happy bunny self 🥰”
Do you remember Stella who came in to Wimbledon Veterinary Surgery to have her heart monitored with the 24 hour ECG (heart) vest… well this is her amazing brother Max.🥰
We got amazing results from Stella’s monitoring vest so it was decided to do the same for her brother Max. Max was sent home with the 24 hour heart monitoring vest to record his heart activity to see if he might have the same condition as Stella.😁
Stella was diagnosed with Dilated cardiomyopathy is a genetic heart disorder common in Dobermans. The disease affects the heart muscle’s ability to contract, leading to congestive heart failure.💚
Max was such a brave boy as he was in with us for a heart scan as well, he was a superstar patient. 🤩
Kutsu, the cutest puppy 🦊
Kutsu came to see Team Mayow as he was vomiting and wasn’t well.
Our amazing Vet Katie examined Kutsu and prescribed probiotic paste to help settle the stomach. Kutsu was also given an injection to help with his nausea. 💉
Our new Team Member, Receptionist Wesley (Please welcome Wesley Everybody :)) couldn’t resist a cuddle.
Fantastic news! Streatham Hill Vets is rated one of the Top 3 Vets in London🏆!
💛Love at first sight🧡
Nelly is now fully vaccinated and will soon be able to meet lots of different friends and steal a lot more hearts on her walks🐶
Our nurse Sian just could not resist lots of squishes🌟
A warm welcome to Billy, who is one of Lakeview Veterinary Centre newest VIP. 🥰🥰
He was given a full head to toe examination today and received his vaccination.
He was such a brave boy💪❤️ Here he is having cuddles, but he was such a interested pup it wasn’t easy to get the perfect shot as you can see. 🤣🥰
But we think we managed it in the end, don’t you think.
Everyone meet one of Mayow’s newest additions, Kane. Isn’t he just adorable?😍
Kane has been in recently for a general health check and first vaccination. Other than being perfect, extremely cute, and full of love, there was no concerns. What a brave boy for his vaccination💉
Unfortunately, Kane’s daddy would not let us keep him but we squeezed in lots of cuddles! We’re looking forward to seeing him for his second vaccine.🐶
Gina, the sweetest guinea pig 💚
Gina belongs to Val, our receptionist working for Parish Lane branch.
Gina needed a surgery to remove the lump on her front leg.👩⚕️
We’re happy that surgery went well, and Gina received many cuddles from us. We also fed her special diet and kept warm.
It’s very important small furries are closely monitored after surgery, provided with food, and kept warm.
Speedy recovery little one. 🤗❤️
Blackheath team update
Today’s meet the team is one of our newer members, Tess.
Tess is one of our veterinary care assistants and is looking to start her Veterinary Surgeon training next year.
She helps the vets/nurses, cleaning, looking after inpatients, helps on reception and much much more!