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We are excited to announce that from 25th January, Village Vet St John’s Wood will be offering home visits in the local area. We know that however stress-free we try to make the practice, some of our furry family members would just prefer to be in their own space, so we have decided to come to… Read more »
Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) is one of the commonest conditions seen in older cats and is caused by the production of too much thyroid hormone by the thyroid glands in your cat’s neck. It can cause severe illness and the initial symptoms can be very subtle, but thankfully, once diagnosed, most cats do very well with… Read more »
Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) can occur in any dog but is most common in dogs aged between 4 and 10 years old. It is caused by a decrease in the production of thyroid hormones from the thyroid gland, which is situated in your dog’s neck, usually due to attack by their own immune system. The signs… Read more »
Village Vet will be at the The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) Careers Fair at the Hawkshead Campus Wednesday 11th January from 16.30 – 20.00. If you are going to be at the recruitment fair and are interested in joining the Village Vet Team, please speak to our team at the event. Here are some of… Read more »
Welcome to 2017, and what an exciting year this is likely to be. I want to discuss three important points. Emergency Care We at Village Vet have developed and expanded our expertise and resources into providing quality Emergency Veterinary Care in London, St Albans and Cambridge. We select vets who want to specialise in Emergency and… Read more »