Welcome to the autumn 2020 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter.
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.
Two by Two Veterinary Centre is open for routine appointments and also provides urgent care for pets who are unwell, prescriptions and medications. Our pet boutique is open and you can purchase pet food and litter. We continue to provide emergency out-of-hours vet care for registered clients.
We have resumed regular opening hours of 9am-7pm Monday-Friday and and 10am-2pm Sundays. Please book ahead in advance where possible.
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 note a change to our opening hours during the coronavirus outbreak. To guarantee your appointment, please book in advance online https://twobytwovets.co.uk/booking/ or by phone 020 3865 8905.
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…)
Two By Two Veterinary Centre runs Puppy Pre-School socialisation classes for puppies aged 9-16 weeks, in vaccination stage. This is a sensitive, critical time in their development when it will be particularly beneficial. (more…)
Welcome to the winter 2019/2020 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. In this edition, balanced diets for pets are discussed.
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:(more…)