Monday - Friday 9am - 7pm
Sunday 10am - 2pm
178-180 Long Lane, Finchley, London, N3 2RA
178-180 Long Lane, Finchley, London, N3 2RA

Pet Appreciation Week

Pet Appreciation Week runs from 6–12 June 2021 and offers pet owners the perfect excuse to help make our loving and loyal pets feel extra appreciated for all that they bring to our lives. Here are some ideas to make the most of the week with your pet!


Pet travel abroad

If you are planning on travelling abroad with your pet cat, dog or ferret, please be aware of the changes to pet travel since the UK left the European Union in January 2021.

GB-issued pet passports are no longer valid and you will need an appointment with your pet at the vet for an Animal Health Certificate.


RSPCA Assistance Scheme

Two By Two Veterinary Centre is the location for the provision of RSPCA Finchley, Golders Green, Hendon and District Branch veterinary services. Clinics are held on Tuesdays 10:30am-12 noon and Thursdays 4:30pm -6pm.


Reopening After Lockdown

Welcome Back We're Open

Reopening After Lockdown

On Monday 29 March 2021, Two by Two Veterinary Centre resumed normal hours and service following the Covid-19 Lockdown in England. Our usual hours are:
Mornings: 9am-12:30pm
Evenings: 4pm-7pm


Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update

During the England lockdown, Two by Two Veterinary Centre is open and operating an appointment-only service. Our revised opening hours from 6 January 2021 – 28 March 2021 are 9am-12:30pm Monday-Friday.


Spot the Pet Poisons around your Home

Guest Blog by Derek Chambers, The Finchley Dog Walker.

Pet-proofing your home is one of the most important aspects of keeping your dog safe and healthy. Here we have listed some everyday, household items that could be poisonous if they come into contact with your pet, either through eating or drinking, inhaling or skin contamination.


Neutering your Feline Friend


Our hearts melt when we see those cute wide-eyed kittens, but did you
know that within a few months, these little ones can actually produce
babies of their own? However, there is the option to neuter your kitten,
which has many health and social advantages for your pet.




Please exercise extreme caution and take individual responsibility when visiting the practice and do not enter if you feel at all unwell. If a member of staff becomes ill with coronavirus and all staff have to self-isolate, the practice will have to close.  (more…)

How to Prepare your Pet for Fireworks Season

fireworks and pets

It’s whizz bang pop time again!

The firework season is upon us, a time for loud bangs and screeches. As we happily ‘oooo’ and ‘aahh’ at the starbursts in the sky and jump at the explosive sounds, sadly for some pets and their owners, it is a particularly distressing time.

If your dog or cat is affected by fireworks, now is the time to begin preparations to help make your pet feel more relaxed, comfortable and secure. Here are our top tips for the firework season:


Blog – 5 Top Tips For Feeding Pet Rabbits

Feeding pet rabbits appropriately - dwarf rabbit in long grass

Vets are often presented with rabbits that have a variety of illnesses due to the long-term feeding of an inappropriate diet. (more…)