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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1 day ago
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Here are some top tips for ensuring your dog walking adventures are safe this autumn 🍂🐕

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It’s a myth that pets don’t need flea prevention in colder months. ❄️ Fleas are active all year round and while they may be less prevalent, it only takes one to cause many problems for your pet or an infestation in your home. 🦟🏠

With our Pet Health for Life plan, you’ll pay a fixed monthly fee and receive year-round protective flea prevention treatment, plus lots of other benefits.

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It’s a myth that pets don’t need flea prevention in colder months. ❄️ Fleas are active all year round and while they may be less prevalent, it only takes one to cause many problems for your pet or an infestation in your home. 🦟🏠  With our Pet Health for Life plan, you’ll pay a fixed monthly fee and receive year-round protective flea prevention treatment, plus lots of other benefits.  Visit our website for more information and to sign up online >> http://ow.ly/rbmA50GqIk6
4 days ago
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Do you know what symptoms to look out for when recognising seasonal canine illness?

It is most frequently seen between August and November and although an uncommon condition, it presents itself in dogs roughly 24-72 hours after walking in woodland areas and in some cases, can be very severe.

We’ve listed some of the signs below to help you. 👇

If your dog displays any of these symptoms, please get in touch with us for advice.
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Do you know what symptoms to look out for when recognising seasonal canine illness?  It is most frequently seen between August and November and although an uncommon condition, it presents itself in dogs roughly 24-72 hours after walking in woodland areas and in some cases, can be very severe. 
We’ve listed some of the signs below to help you. 👇  If your dog displays any of these symptoms, please get in touch with us for advice.
5 days ago
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Arthritis is very common when cats reach the age of seven and above, especially in the hips and elbows. Although cats are experts at hiding signs of pain or discomfort, our veterinary team can detect these subtle changes so we can support your cat should they have arthritis.

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Arthritis is very common when cats reach the age of seven and above, especially in the hips and elbows. Although cats are experts at hiding signs of pain or discomfort, our veterinary team can detect these subtle changes so we can support your cat should they have arthritis.  You can find out more on spotting the signs and supporting your senior pet here http://ow.ly/M2m350GppFd
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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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