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Welcome to the weekend! We hope you are all well and safe. As the lockdown eases, we wanted to inform you that we are able to resume some of our routine services over the coming weeks.
Over the last three months, our vets have continued to treat your pets providing first-class care during these difficult times. Safety is still our top priority, and as we are opening our doors to routine appointments, we will continue our vigorous measures to minimise any opportunity for possible infection to be transmitted during a visit to us.
We are aware that many of your wonderful pets have gone a little longer than usual without their vaccinations and other services and we are delighted to be able to welcome you back in for these services whilst ensuring the safety of you, your pets and our teams.
We are gradually opening up our vaccinations so if your pet’s vaccinations are due or have lapsed, please give us a call to book an appointment.
We are also resuming our routine procedures such as neutering and dental procedures. Give our friendly team a call to book your appointments.
Find out our available services and what measures we have put in place so that we can continue to be there for you and your pets.
This gorgeous boy is Lockie🐶. Lockie presented to our main hospital, Streatham Hill Vets last week, as an emergency, for diarrhoea. His owner and our vet Alice decided it was best for Lockie to be hospitalised, for some fluid therapy and medication, as he was showing signs of dehydration😢.
He was so brave while he was hospitalised and even made a new friend which quickly became his snuggle buddy!
Yesterday Lockie was feeling much better and he was able to get his first vaccination injections.
We absolutely loved seeing this bouncy boy again! We are so glad he has recovered so well thanks to the quick action of his owner and the amazing team at the practice❤️.
Look at this handsome chap with ‘Six’ toes!6️⃣
Six has been in with our amazing team at Mayow Vets for a few days when he became poorly so he was kept in for some TLC and fluids.
This is just what he needed, he went home feeling lots better and eating!💛
Six is a polydactyl cat which is a cat with a congenital physical anomaly called polydactyly, which causes the cat to be born with more than the usual number of toes on one or more of its paws. How adorable🥰
Another day, another grass seed!
Lovely cocker spaniel Jasper was rushed into The Animal Clinic in a lot of pain and shaking his head.
After looking down Jasper’s ear with the otoscope, our vet Margit confirmed her suspicions that it was a grass seed deep in his ear canal.
Jasper needed an anaesthetic to remove the grass seed as it had travelled too far down the ear canal and was much too painful to remove while Jasper was awake.
Margit did the procedure straight away that same evening, as the grass seed already had started to perforate poor Jasper’s ear drum.
Jasper felt so much better after the procedure and went home happy!
Please look out for grass seeds at this time of year and check your dog’s ears, paws and eyes after walking in long grass, they are shaped like arrows and once they attach onto ears/into paws they only track in one direction; deeper into the tissue or ear and can cause nasty injuries.
Please check ears, eyes and paws after walking in the long grass to avoid painful injuries.