Office Dogs

Paws for thought: Why allowing dogs in the office is a good idea. Having a ruff day? This year, Vet in the City reached out to employers and employees in technology, design, legal and co-working offices throughout London, looking at the impact of dogs in the...

Doggy Daycare Legislation

New Doggy Daycare & Home Boarding Legislation. What it means for you and your dog. it’s hard to believe, but until recently, doggy daycares were not subject to any regulation in the UK. A new law, called the Animal Activities Licensing (AAL) came into effect...

Fat Dog Trim

Research has shown that almost 50% of dogs in the UK are overweight and many are obese. Overweight or Obese? If you don’t have an up-to-date weight for your dog, drop into your local vet practice. Most have a weighing scales in their reception and are more than happy...

Pet Passports

Dogs are a part of our family, so of course we want to take them with us on holiday! For a long time, taking your dog overseas for a holiday was unthinkable, as strict quarantine regulations applied. But since these regulations were relaxed, thousands of dogs (cats...

Understanding dog food labels

Have you ever turned a bag of dog food around and looked at the label? If so, you may have felt you needed a degree in nutrition to decipher the ingredients! The terms are vague and confusing. While the ingredients in human meals and farm animal feeds legally need to...

We woof you a Merry Christmas!

Christmas is great! There are presents, fantastic food and we get to spend time with family and fur friends. But it can pose some dangers to our dogs. Here are a few tips to make sure they enjoy this festive season as much as you do. Festive food Tables laden with...