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Welcome to our Spring 2022 highlights! We collected the cutest, happiest, weirdest and most wonderful cases our surgeries handled in the last couple of months. From dogs-in-buckets, to puppies to parrots, here are our favourite cases our amazing staff came together to help out.
These beautiful pups were handed into our Streatham Hill surgery. Unfortunately they do not have microchips or tags so we have been unable to reunite them with their owners. They are currently being very well cared for by our amazing Vets and Nurses…who definitely can’t resist lots of puppy cuddles 🥰
These gorgeous pups are now safely in the hands of excellent professionals who will care for them, help to track down owners, and if necessary find them a new loving home.
We have been completely overwhelmed by the response to this post, and the incredible amount of sharing pushing this post far and wide!
We are extremely amazed to see the number of home offers but we will not be organising homing as this is very much left to the professionals who will find a perfect home (if their owners can’t be located).
Those of you that offered homes for these gorgeous pups please do check out your local rescue centres as they have been inundated with lots of pets needing new homes 🥰
Thank you from the Streatham Hill Vets team 😀
This gorgeous fellow has been affectionately named Gary . Gary was brought to us as a stray a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, no one came forward for him. Instead, our amazing 24-hour team have been caring for him and providing lots of cuddles and attention. We even gave him his own (Frog!) buster collar after his neutering. Look how cute he looks!
Since then, Gary has left for a rescue where we hope he will find an amazing home. It’s common for us to take and care of strays until a suitable space comes up and sometimes our staff fall in love with them so much it can be difficult to say goodbye!
Thankfully Gary will be heading to a rescue run by one of our qualified nurses called Coley cat rescue. This means our team will receive lots of updates on his progress
We wish Gary all the best for the future and we know he will be very well taken care of!
Lady visited one of our London Surgeries for her worming treatment. She had a lot of fun hiding in her bucket, and charmed everybody on the team.
In young puppies it’s very important to ensure they are protected against these nasty parasites. Worming treatment is very straightforward, but essential: especially in younger pets.
Puppies can be wormed every month until they are 6 months old! After that worming will change to every three months.
Sixteen year-old Pip visited Briar House veterinary surgery this week as his ID ring had become too tight and was causing his foot to swell up. This can cause pain for birds, causing a very uncomfortable experience.
Under a light anaesthetic, Team Briar were able to remove the ring and place a microchip instead!
Orange winged Amazon Pip was up and about and back on his perch before he knew anything had happened. We love to help animals, whether it’s dogs, cats, or even parrots. That’s why we love what we do across all our surgeries.
Meet our weekend team at Streatham Hill in action
Our amazing lead Surgeon Gabriella took a moment this morning to gaze into these beautiful puppy dog eyes
Beautiful Raven is currently being cared for by Streatham Hill’s hospital team following an attack from another dog in the park . She is recovering well following her ordeal. Speedy recovery little one!
Our weekend team are always on hand to help out you and your pets during those times you simply can’t wait to see a vet. Remember that Streatham Hill is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a week for emergencies. If you want to know more, check out our emergencies page here!
This cheeky chappy is Gunner 💙
He came in for a tooth problem. As we all know puppies are just like human babies: They lose their baby teeth as they grow, Normally the root of the teeth is broken down so they fall out naturally. That must mean there’s a doggy tooth fairy out there somewhere too!
One of poor Gunner’s baby teeth wasn’t growing In the right direction and was digging into the roof of his mouth. OUCH! Because the root hasn’t devolved enough it would likely have not fallen out on its own.
With the help from our lovely vet Kalli and nurse Vilma, they managed to remove the tooth and he will be just fine.
He was such a brave sweet boy, and enjoyed lots of snuggles and attention 💙