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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2 days ago

MetroVet

Did you know? …the hot summer months create an increase in toxic blue-green algae across the UK. This may appear as green or greenish-brown scum or foam on the surface of water and can contain toxins that can be harmful to animals. It is not actually an algae but an accumulation of Cyanobacteria. Dogs often swallow it by drinking water from an affected lake, river or pond or while licking their fur after swimming.

Unfortunately, the toxins can cause severe liver damage and ultimately be fatal. There are currently no known preventative medicines, and prompt veterinary treatment is essential to ensure any chance of recovery. If you think blue-green algae is present do not let your dog near it. Please share and speak to your vet urgently if you are concerned your pet has come into contact with blue-green algae.
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Did you know? …the hot summer months create an increase in toxic blue-green algae across the UK. This may appear as green or greenish-brown scum or foam on the surface of water and can contain toxins that can be harmful to animals. It is not actually an algae but an accumulation of Cyanobacteria. Dogs often swallow it by drinking water from an affected lake, river or pond or while licking their fur after swimming.  Unfortunately, the toxins can cause severe liver damage and ultimately be fatal. There are currently no known preventative medicines, and prompt veterinary treatment is essential to ensure any chance of recovery. If you think blue-green algae is present do not let your dog near it.  Please share and speak to your vet urgently if you are concerned your pet has come into contact with blue-green algae.

3 days ago

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Are you one of the many people packing up and heading to your favourite campsite with your dog now that they are open? Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a caravanning novice, read our tips at ow.ly/T26n50AvXXM for how you can ensure holidaying with your four-legged friend is one to remember ... See MoreSee Less

Are you one of the many people packing up and heading to your favourite campsite with your dog now that they are open? Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a caravanning novice, read our tips at http://ow.ly/T26n50AvXXM for how you can ensure holidaying with your four-legged friend is one to remember

5 days ago

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Join us today as we celebrate National Kitten Day! With their adorable cute noses and tiny paws, we can’t resist their playful personalities! As part of National Kitten day, why not take a few selfies or share some photos of when your cat was a kitten? Share with us how you are celebrating the day with your lovely kitten. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us today as we celebrate National Kitten Day! With their adorable cute noses and tiny paws, we can’t resist their playful personalities!  As part of National Kitten day, why not take a few selfies or share some photos of when your cat was a kitten? Share with us how you are celebrating the day with your lovely kitten.

6 days ago

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As we continue to expand the services we can now offer, we’ve put a number of measures in place to maintain social distancing and keep everyone safe. When you attend an appointment you’ll receive the same high-quality services, just delivered a little differently. ... See MoreSee Less

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Opening Hours

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

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