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We hope you and your loved ones are all keeping safe and well during this continued worrying time.
As the new lockdown restrictions have been in place since Thursday the 5th of November many of you are wondering what will happen to your pet’s veterinary care. Please be assured that we will continue to be here for you and promise to do everything that we can to ensure the well-being of your pets.
So what can we do? According to the guidance we have received from the Royal College and British Veterinary Association, the restrictions on how we can approach treatment in lockdown 2.0 are more flexible than last time, therefore, the services that we will continue to provide for your precious pet are:
We may be required to postpone some neutering and booster vaccinations into December, but this will be assessed on a case by case basis, so please call us if you are unsure.
This week was busy for our award-winning teams as many worried pet parents tried to book as early as possible to avoid the lockdown restrictions. Many pets feeling poorly came in for emergencies or just some routine checks and vaccinations. Here are some of the cute pets that visited our surgeries this week.
💚This cutie is Frank
💚Frank was hospitalised at our main hospital Streatham Hill Vets for a couple of days as he was suffering from haemorrhagic diarrhoea. This is where blood is present in the faeces.
💚Haemorrhagic diarrhoea can be a symptom of parvovirus, which an infectious disease that can be fatal in younger pups.
💚Frank was tested for parvovirus which thankfully came back negative. He had supportive treatment in hospital and is now back to being a happy pup with his family.
💚Parvovirus is a disease that we vaccinate against in your normal boosters, it is usually seen in younger unvaccinated pups or pups who have not yet completed the full course but can be caught at any age if not vaccinated.
If you have any worries or concerns about your pet please contact our surgeries.
🐶This handsome boy Emery visited Mayow Vets for his Kennel Cough vaccination. He is 6 months old and such a beautiful ball of fur💙
-The vaccination is cleverly designed – it is administered up the nose and follows the direct path of infection, coating the mucous lining of the nasal area and respiratory tract so that specific, local resistance is in place👃
-The Eurasier, or Eurasian dog, is a breed of dog of the spitz-type that originated in Germany. It is widely known as a wonderful companion that maintains its own personality.🐾
Meet little Rex, weighing just 0.5kg! Poor Rex was born with a cleft lip. This gorgeous little man visited The Manor Vets and was given an anaesthetic and our wonderful vet Peter Peter repaired Rex’s deformity. We are so pleased with the results and Rex is even more handsome now and can hopefully now enjoy normal puppy life ❤
Don’t worry we are still here to care for you and your gorgeous pets. X 😺🐶🦸♀️🦸♂️