Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet-care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
Don’t forget that if you have a specific query you can always contact one of our Vets or nursing team.
July 2021 Covid-19 Update
We would like to inform you in this update about some of the things our team at The Vet Whetstone are doing to support our clients through the Covid-19 outbreak
10 things your Guinea Pig will need when you’re on holiday
See The Vet Whetstone’s list of things your guinea pig needs to get them through your holiday.
Important advice on feline pancytopenia for cat owners in North London
The government is issuing advice to cat owners following a rise in cases of feline pancytopenia that can cause serious illness in cats.
Albert’s 10 steps to treating car sickness in dogs
Read about what causes car travel sickness in dogs and try our 10 steps to improve their symptoms.
How to find the right cat sitter in North London
If you’ve booked a summer holiday but haven’t sorted your cat’s care, read our advice.
Summer risks & diseases affecting rabbits & guinea pigs in North London
Learn the signs of common summer diseases and conditions such as flystrike, that you should check your rabbit or guinea pig for.
3 important summer disease checks for cats in North London
Read Albert’s advice about the three cat disease checks you should be doing this summer and why.
Beware of five common summer dog diseases
Some dog diseases are more common over the summer. Albert explains how to spot and prevent them.
How to enrich your rabbit’s life after lockdown
The Vet Whetstone’s nursing team is sharing their top enrichment tips for a happy & healthy rabbit after lockdown.
The Vet Whetstone’s post-lockdown puppy socialisation checklist
Puppy socialisation is a key part of their early development. Learn how to socialise your puppy post lockdown with our nurses’ advice.