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Big Bear Award – Laszlo

Laszlo is a beautiful Hungarian Viszla, who is a regular visitor at Vet4life. He has been awarded a Big Bear Award for bravery following an extensive investigation for an insatiable thirst and consequently a major operation in May. At 11 years old Laszlo had seemed to be doing amazingly well despite his old age. He… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Esme

Esme’s Story Our┬áBig Bear Award for bravery goes to Esme, a 12 year old labrador and ex guide dog. At the end of 2012 Esme had split a nail on her front right paw. Initially the split did not seem to bother Esme, however over time the appearance of the affected toe slowly changed and… Read more »

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Vet4life on ITV Daybreak

“Fat Pets on the Rise” Did you spot our clinic on ITV Daybreak yesterday morning? Yep, some of the team were up very early for live filming which took place inside the surgery! Local vet Zara Boland talked about pet obesity and showed us a couple of ways to tell if our pets are overweight…. Read more »

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Veterinary Nurse Vacancy at Vet4life

Are you just about to qualify and looking for a great place to start your nursing career? Vet4life in Teddington are looking for a qualified and registered veterinary nurse to join our small, friendly team. We are looking for someone with great communication and organisational skills. In return we can offer a job within a… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Rocky

Rocky’s Story Rocky, a 16 week old black and white Schnoodle (Schnauzer/Poodle cross), had only been with his new family since Christmas when disaster struck in early February. He was a clever puppy and was settling into his new home well. Although his family were constantly trying to stop him chewing tempting items like toys… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Nina

Nina’s Story Late one night, Nina, a 3 year old female black Domestic Short Hair cat, was crossing Teddington High Street when she was hit by a passing bus. Tristan, Vet4life’s out of hours vet, received a call from her worried owners and rushed to the clinic to assess Nina’s injuries. The accident scene was… Read more »

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Emergency First Aid for Pets

We were lucky enough to be entertained and informed by local vet Zara Boland last week, who delivered a great presentation on “Emergency First Aid for Pets”. First and foremost, the best thing you can do in an emergency is not panic! Of course this is a lot easier said than done, but it’s incredibly… Read more »

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