Vets in Wood Green

We Put Your Pet First

Important: To book an appointment or to access one of our services, please contact us. To reduce the spread of COVID-19 and maintain social distancing, the practice team will take your pet inside and provide you with updates via phone. Please click here to find out more

At our veterinary surgery in the heart of Wood Green, we aim to offer a full and highly professional service whilst keeping costs affordable and ensuring value for every penny you spend with us.

We want to be part of your local community and make sure that all pets can have the veterinary care and treatment they need.

Our fantastic staff are friendly and approachable and are always available as a source of knowledge and information. And our duty of care means your pet comes first, no matter what.

Parking

There is access to the front of the practice through our front door, please be aware it is locked for security so please ring the bell. Parking is limited outside of the practice, however, there are some pay and display spaces on Ellenborough Road (just off Lordship Lane, next to the primary school) which is a 5-minute drive from the practice. Parking is free after 6:30 pm in the residential bays on Tintern road and on Saturdays.

If you are coming to us in an emergency, you may park directly outside the practice in the loading bay while we help transport your pet into the practice.

Please do not park on the double yellow lines, electric charging points or residential bays as you could face a fine from the council. If you have any other questions or need some more help please call the practice directly on 0208 881 0240.

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21 hours ago

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There are a range of animals that over time have become symbols of the Christmas period. Whether it be the reliable reindeer that pulls Santa’s sleigh, the dependable donkey that is a mainstay in the nativity story, or the red-breasted robin that is so prominent in our gardens and on our Christmas cards.

We highlight some of the creatures of Christmas in the images below, but are there any we have missed, or any animal that you associate with the festive period?
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2 days ago

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The Christmas holidays are fast approaching! Please stock up on any prescription medicines or other items that your pets may need.

Our opening hours will also change to the following: metro-vet.co.uk/holiday-opening-hours-2020/

You can access emergency and out of hours care by calling 020 8881 0240
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The Christmas holidays are fast approaching! Please stock up on any prescription medicines or other items that your pets may need.  Our opening hours will also change to the following: https://metro-vet.co.uk/holiday-opening-hours-2020/  You can access emergency and out of hours care by calling 020 8881 0240

3 days ago

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As we open our chocolate advent calendar each day in December, delve into boxes of individually wrapped chocolates and start to decorate our Christmas trees, remember that chocolate and sweets aren’t such a treat for our four-legged friends. Please keep chocolates out of reach as determined pets will reach them no matter what it takes. Chocolate contains theobromine, which is toxic to dogs and can cause organ failure.

There are many pet-friendly advent calendars available; have you bought your pet one? Share your pictures below!
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As we open our chocolate advent calendar each day in December, delve into boxes of individually wrapped chocolates and start to decorate our Christmas trees, remember that chocolate and sweets aren’t such a treat for our four-legged friends. Please keep chocolates out of reach as determined pets will reach them no matter what it takes. Chocolate contains theobromine, which is toxic to dogs and can cause organ failure.  There are many pet-friendly advent calendars available; have you bought your pet one? Share your pictures below!

4 days ago

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The festive season is a busy one, and sometimes there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything you need to do. The good news is that you can now book your pet’s appointment online through our website; whenever and wherever suits you! ow.ly/7LsH50CzcjE ... See MoreSee Less

The festive season is a busy one, and sometimes there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything you need to do. The good news is that you can now book your pet’s appointment online through our website; whenever and wherever suits you! http://ow.ly/7LsH50CzcjE

7 days ago

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As an integral part of the family, many of our pets will be receiving gifts from us this Christmas. Whether that’s a stocking full of treats, or a Christmas dinner, make sure you buy reputable and safe products especially designed for animals - for example, Pedigree offer a range of nutritionally balanced gifts for dogs, including seasonal turkey flavoured food. Rawhide bones and other edible chews can pose a choking and obstruction risk, so do be mindful with your choices.

If you’re buying toys look out for any small pieces that may be swallowed and cause an obstruction, or any sharp elements that could cause injury. All dog toys should be appropriate for the dog’s size, for example a ball should be large enough to carry and not so small that it can be swallowed or lodge in the throat. If your dog likes to ‘rip apart’ their softer toys, don’t let them swallow the contents, especially any squeakers. Squeaking objects should be ‘supervision only’ toys.

Practical gifts are always a good idea too; how about a reflective collar so your cat can be seen more easily during dark nights, or a reflective dog lead for those evening walks?

Share your ideas for Christmas gifts in the comments.
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As an integral part of the family, many of our pets will be receiving gifts from us this Christmas. Whether that’s a stocking full of treats, or a Christmas dinner, make sure you buy reputable and safe products especially designed for animals - for example, Pedigree offer a range of nutritionally balanced gifts for dogs, including seasonal turkey flavoured food. Rawhide bones and other edible chews can pose a choking and obstruction risk, so do be mindful with your choices.  If you’re buying toys look out for any small pieces that may be swallowed and cause an obstruction, or any sharp elements that could cause injury. All dog toys should be appropriate for the dog’s size, for example a ball should be large enough to carry and not so small that it can be swallowed or lodge in the throat. If your dog likes to ‘rip apart’ their softer toys, don’t let them swallow the contents, especially any squeakers. Squeaking objects should be ‘supervision only’ toys.  Practical gifts are always a good idea too; how about a reflective collar so your cat can be seen more easily during dark nights, or a reflective dog lead for those evening walks?  Share your ideas for Christmas gifts in the comments.
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Clinic Location

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday8:30am-7:00pm (with surgery 12pm-4pm)
SaturdayCLOSED
Sunday & Bank HolidaysCLOSED

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