The top 12 most poisonous plants for pets

Bank Holiday May and August opening hours


CHANGES TO OUR SERVICES DURING THE MAY BANK HOLIDAY Whether you plan to spend the long weekend discovering the countryside, unwinding at home, or enjoying a playdate with your pets, please be aware that our opening hours may vary. ⏰ For our out-of-hours contact details over the bank holiday, please visit our Emergencies page >>… Read more »

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Spring hazards


Spring is an exciting time for most of us, pets included! Lighter nights mean more opportunities for being outdoors. To ensure a happy and safe season for your animals, take a minute to make yourself aware of hidden dangers which could lead to a poorly pet. Fleas, ticks and worms Whilst a year-round problem for… Read more »

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs: Signs & Methods for Pet Owners


Eight out of ten dogs, according to research, have trouble adjusting to being alone. Yet, half won’t exhibit any overt symptoms, making it easy for owners to overlook.

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Common allergies in dogs


From skin irritations to digestive issues, understanding and addressing common allergies in dogs is essential for ensuring their wellbeing. In this blog, we delve into the world of canine allergies, exploring their types, symptoms and effective management strategies.

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The top 12 most poisonous plants for pets


The sun is out, everything is in flower, and everyone has come out of hibernation: gardening season has begun! While this is a lovely time of year to spend with your pet, there are potentially poisonous plants in your garden that will affect cats and dogs. At Village Vets, we can assist you with pet-proofing… Read more »

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Dachshund has a bright future after eye surgery at Village Vet Winchmore Hill


A young dachshund with a hair-raising eye condition is now fully focused on the future again after successful surgery at a leading London vet practice, Village Vet Winchmore Hill.   One-year-old Rolo’s sight was being blighted by a corneal dermoid, a piece of skin and hair which had grown on his eyeball.   The much-loved family… Read more »

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Accessing our services


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Easter opening hours


CHANGES TO OUR SERVICES DURING EASTER WEEKEND Easter is almost here, and we’d like to remind you that our opening hours over the Bank Holiday weekend may differ from our usual availability. Please refer to the list below to ensure you’re aware of our opening hours during the Easter weekend. From all the team at… Read more »

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Keep your pet safe and healthy whilst you’re Spring cleaning


Inquisitive dogs and curious cats might enjoy investigating around the house, but the last thing you want them to do is harm themselves on household items.

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The Perils of Easter for Dogs: Chocolate Poisoning


The risks of Easter for dogs: Chocolate poisoning Easter is an indulgent time of the year, and whilst chocolate is a fond treat for us, it can have serious outcomes for dogs if they eat it. As a devoted pet owner, we know how important it is for you to be informed about potential dangers… Read more »

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