Month: October 2016

  We are coming to the time of year when fireworks are used to enliven many a celebration. But for many of our pets it’s an unnerving time of loud bangs, unexplained flashes and strange smells. There are things you can do in preparation for any up and coming events to help make this time… Read more »

  Village Vet is taking a cat-friendly approach across practices and as part of this, we have chosen to support two cat charities – but not ones that support your average domestic cat. The first of these two charities is AfriCat, which was founded in 1991 in Central Namibia. They provide environmental education programmes for students and farmers… Read more »

Our St Johns Wood practice had the privilege of hosting Denise Kantor and Millie (a lovely Jack Russel) from Pets as Therapy  as part of our ongoing Village Vet Community Talks series. Pets as Therapy is a charity founded in 1983 and largely depends on the kindness of volunteers across the country. Pets As Therapy (PAT) Volunteer… Read more »