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.
Keeping kitty calm on the road
Sometimes taking your cat away from its home territory is unavoidable and can be stressful. Follow Hyde Park Vets’ advice to help keep both of you calm.
Belting up your dog with Hyde Park Veterinary Centre
If you travel with an unrestrained dog in your car you are breaking the law and could invalidate your insurance. We suggest the best ways of keeping you and your pooch safe.
Enjoy travelling with your guinea pig
The team at Connaught Street offers some top tips for travelling by road and rail with your guinea pig.
Ask Andrew for canine constipation advice
Doggy digestive issues? Early treatment is always best, so get in touch with our friendly team to book an appointment.
What should you feed your rabbit?
It might seem obvious, but there are some foods that are essential to you rabbit’s diet, and some that are a complete no-no. Our head vet Andrew Prentis offers some advice.
Mature cat? Read Hyde Park Vets’ diet advice
If your cat is in their twilight years, you can help them stay healthy by choosing the right nutrition.
Caring for an outdoor bunny
Outdoor living can be great for rabbits, as long as they’re protected from the elements and predators, says our vet, Andrew
Cats and heat stroke advice from Hyde Park Vets
While much advice is out there involving dogs and hot weather, cats, too, can suffer in the heat. If you know what to look out for you can prevent that happening.
Keeping your dog cool
If the heat’s rising in London you need to help your dog keep its cool without getting bored. We have some fun activities you can both enjoy in warmer weather.
What’s your dog trying to say?
Our head nurse Kate is on the case with an interpretive list of common dog communications that aren’t of the barking variety.