Month: December 2016

To make sure you have a wonderful Christmas and New Year with your pet, we’ve drawn up a list of things to watch for over the festive period. If your pet appears unwell in any way, give your local practice a call. 1. Christmas decorations Christmas decorations can prove irresistible to inquisitive pets. Shiny tinsel… Read more »

The festive season is a time to relax and enjoy a break with family and friends. Here are some ways to ensure your cat can be part of your celebrations without causing them any stress or problems. Christmas decorations can fascinate cats and the tree can provide a great new place to explore, coming down… Read more »

The festive season is a time to relax and enjoy a break with family and friends. But it’s also important to remember a few simple things to ensure that your dog can be part of your celebrations without causing them any stress or problems. Chocolate toxicity is one of the most common poisonings we see… Read more »

  Our Village Vet Highgate practice received a call from a kind samaritan who had found a dog. Our staff advised her to bring her in so we could scan for a microchip, as details on the dog’s collar were vague.   We checked the dog for a microchip, after some difficulty we found it.… Read more »

Please find our holiday season working hours below. Kindly note that we will have four 24 hour practices that will be open throughout the holiday season.