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.
Albert shares what to do if your pet gets stung by a bee or a wasp
Can you tell the difference between a bee and a wasp? What should you do if your pet gets stung? Find out here.
Spring garden safety: Whetstone Vets’ advice for rabbit owners
Wondering which garden plants are safe for rabbits and how to avoid other hazards? Get your answers here.
How to pet-proof spring gardens in North London
Learn 16 ways to pet-proof your garden this spring and get our free downloadable poisonous plants guide too.
Get Albert’s advice on dog fleas, worms, and ticks
What do dog fleas look like? Could my dog have worms? Why are ticks dangerous? Albert answers your questions
Important spring parasite advice for North London cat owners
Cat fleas and other parasites cannot all be avoided but you can protect your pets and human family from them. Get our advice
Get advice on hamster parasites from head vet Albert Moussafir
Learn about common hamster mites and worms in our article as well as how to spot and avoid them.
Why guinea pig grooming isn’t just for long-haired breeds
The Vet Whetstone’s Nurses have some advice on why you should, and how to groom your guinea pig. Read our article…
Albert Moussafir has cat wellness advice for owners in North London
Now is the perfect time to focus on your cat’s wellbeing after a hectic year. Read our advice on cat grooming, enrichment, and other wellness tips.
10 dog nutrition & fitness tips you both need in your life
Nutrition and exercise go hand in hand when it comes to being healthy and losing weight. Get The Vet Whetstone’s top tips.
Why talk to a Vet before putting an overweight cat on a diet
Read why you shouldn’t put your overweight cat on a diet without getting your Vet’s advice first.