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Practice Newsletter Winter 2018 Edition

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Welcome to the winter 2018 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. In this edition, we introduce our Platinum Pets preventative healthcare plan and Puppy Preschool.


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…)

Practice Newsletter Summer 2018 Edition

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Welcome to the summer 2018 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. Simply click the image preview below to access the full pdf of the article and we hope you enjoy it. (more…)

National Pet Month: Top 10 Tips For Responsible Pet Ownership

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National Pet Month promotes healthy, happy pets and helps fundraise for the nation’s pets. You can help… visit the National Pet Month website and become a supporter, follow them on Twitter and Facebook. There are many events set up by pet lovers for pet lovers so why not find your nearest one and help support this good cause?


Guest Blog: How To Choose Your Dog Walker

Black Labrador on a dog walk in a field of long grass

Derek Chambers, Finchley Dog Walker, provides expert advice below on how to choose your dog walker.

Anyone can set themselves up as a dog walker, but it’s up to you, as a responsible pet owner, to choose a qualified, competent person. The best way to tackle this is to begin by asking lots of questions. As Finchley Dog Walker, I’ve been in the dog walking business for many years and thought it an idea to share some of my hints to help your search. (more…)

Blog: 5 key questions to ask before taking out pet insurance

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Pet insurance is always a hot-topic when clients come into the consulting room with their pets. As a small animal veterinary surgeon, I’ve certainly noticed more and more pet owners struggling to know whether their selected policy gives adequate cover once they’ve purchased it over the past few years. As pet insurance is a financial product, it comes under the regulation of the Financial Conduct Authority. This, unfortunately, limits what advice and recommendations can legally be given by vets unless they undergo training and checks by the FCA. (more…)

Blog: 4 key questions to ask yourself before buying a new puppy or kitten

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So you’ve made that life-changing, momentous decision. You’ve had the epiphany moment and a new puppy or kitten is what’s currently missing from your life. So where do you start looking for a new puppy or kitten? (more…)

Newly achieved Vetsure Accreditation gives Finchley pet owners peace of mind regarding their pet insurance

We are delighted to announce that on 30/11/2017, Two By Two Veterinary Centre in Finchley, was awarded Vetsure Accreditation status and are now proud to be part of the trusted Vetsure network!

This prestigious Accreditation recognises us as a trusted partner of the Vetsure network. We are dedicated to offering only the best quality veterinary care and customer service to pet owners. (more…)

Blog: Top 10 common hazardous festive foods and decorations that can poison dogs and cats

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Our habit of overindulging over the festive season can leave waistlines bulging and heads pounding, but Christmas and New Year can leave a gauntlet of tasty but potentially toxic festive foods within reach of the nation’s pets. (more…)

Blog: Cat behaviours explained. Just what is your cat trying to tell you?

Obese cat clearly displaying the results of cat behaviours such as laziness on abdominal fat.

Your cat can be a strange pet at times. Have you ever wondered why they love hiding in boxes? Why do they always knead soft objects? Cat behaviours can just seem so perplexing.

What exactly is your cat thinking?