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Hundreds of pounds have been raised to support homeless people and their pets during an oar-some challenge at our Surbiton branch.
We put our backs into a challenge which saw us travel a whopping 100 km on a rowing machine in aid of StreetVet.
Christmas Eve & NYE Opening hours
Surbiton & Teddington:
Christmas Eve Opening times: 7.30am – 1pm
NYE Opening times: 7.30am – 1pm
Christmas Eve & NYE Opening hours
Christmas Eve Opening times: 8am – 1.30pm
NYE Opening times: 8am – 1.30pm
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Have a great Christmas!
A dog which was muzzled to stop it eating everything in sight astounded its owners and a leading Surrey vet by eating the muzzle itself.
Dexter, an 18-month-old spaniel, has made repeated trips to Vet4Life, in Teddington, over the last year due to his insatiable, and completely undiscerning, appetite. He has been operated on four times and had vomiting induced three times so he would bring up items. Continue Reading
A leading Surrey vets has found a truly ‘oar-some’ way to show its support for an animal welfare charity which helps homeless people and their pets.
Staff from Vet4Life will be putting their backs into a challenge which will see them attempting to row a whopping 100 kilometres on a rowing machine in the reception of their Surbiton clinic, in aid of StreetVet.
With a season of celebration, parties and fireworks ahead of us, a leading Surrey vets is holding an evening of invaluable advice for pet owners.
This time of the year can be an extremely anxious one for pets with fireworks going off and loud celebrations taking place, and Christmas also sees a spike in the dangers pets face in the home.
Vet4life is feeling festive: Join us for nibbles and drinks at our upcoming Fireworks and Christmas hazards event on Tuesday 26th November, at our Surbiton branch. Learn more about keeping your pets safe during the festive season.
One very happy success story!
Gorgeous little kitten Bella was signed over to Vet4life with a serious injury.
Bella had obviously suffered a high impact trauma and her femur (the long bone at the top of her back leg) was smashed into several pieces. There were two options, either amputate the leg, or try to salvage it with surgery. Continue Reading
Hyperthyroidism is a very common disease in older cats. It is caused by an over production of thyroid hormones, this causes the cat to burn through calories and normally suffer from weight loss. This over production often results from a benign change, however in a small number of cases this may be related to a cancerous cause.
Fortunately there are many treatment options available and the prognosis is good. Continue Reading
Vaccinating our pet dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets is an important tool in protecting them against serious infectious diseases.
Vaccines form part of our preventative healthcare programme alongside flea treatment, parasite treatment and neutering. Vaccines can be given as injection into the skin or in some cases drops into the nose.
Vaccines are safe formulations which provide protection against infectious diseases by generative an immune response. Vaccines may contain live or killed organisms or in some cases parts of an organism.
All vaccines are tested for safety and efficacy before they can be administered to pets to provide safe and important protection. Continue Reading