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Puppies are such big fun and great support during these difficult times but they need lots of attention and care especially in the first months of their lives. To help you get started, we have prepared, with the help of our amazing dog training expert, Diane Bruce, two videos with some training tips for your little pups. In case you missed it, take a look at our guide for taking care of your new puppy, which includes tips and advice on how to choose your new puppy and how to keep them healthy and happy.
In the first video, we will cover:
1. Basic Commands
3. Grabbing something they shouldn’t
The second video covers everything you need to know when taking your dog for a walk:
2. Walking your dog off lead
3. Walking your dog on a lead
In the hottest week of Summer, many pets feeling poorly came in to see our amazing vets. After our vets’ examination along with some cuddles, lots of TLC and fresh water to help them cool down from the heat, they went home feeling much healthier and happier.
This very handsome kitten is Alfie, who visited us at the clinic today for his 2nd vaccination. Alfie is a Siberian cat, a breed which is known to be very affectionate, as well as being playful 😀
As you can see, Alfie was very popular with all of the team and our Veterinary Surgeon Margit could not resist having a cuddle! ❤️😊
Alfie was very brave for his injection and we very much look forward to seeing him grow into adulthood!
This cute guy is Bow. 🐾
Bow was referred to Wimbledon Vets due to him losing weight as well as the vet who referred him felt a mass in his abdomen. 💚
Our fantastic vet Viraf did an ultrasound and found that Bow has a mass also known as a hemangiosarcoma on his spleen. 🔬
Bow will be undergoing surgery to have the mass removed. 🩺
Wish Bow good luck!🍀
Pretty Pru… 💖 💖 💖
Pru had orthopedic surgery at Briar House Vets to fix her luxating patella – this is where the kneecap slips out of place. It’s very common in smaller dogs and that’s why you often see breeds like chihuahuas, Jack Russells and Bichon Frise’s (to name a few) running along on 3 legs. Clever Enrico made a surgical fix to prevent it from luxating again making Pru comfortable and preventing the pain that she experiences when it luxates.
Pru stayed the night with us following her surgery so we could keep her on a higher pain medication and observation post operatively.
She will be checked by Enrico at 3 and 10 days initially and then Enrico will devise an exercise plan to get her back up to fitness in time!
Get well soon Pretty Pru! 💕
💚Handsome Gussie visited our Streatham Hill Veterinary Surgery for a routine neutering surgery.🐕
💚Neutering can be done from 6 months of age and it significantly reduces the chance of prostate disease and some cancers.
💚Little Gussie was a brave pup and enjoyed having lots of cuddles with our amazing team, especially with our new head nurse, Kirstie.
💚If you would like to get your pet booked in for neutering give us a call on 0208 6747342! 📞