Safely Transporting Your Pet To The Vet


Transporting your pet to and from the vet is one of the most overlooked things, but it is a moment of both risk and opportunity. Get it wrong with a cat box malfunction and your cat could escape in an unfamiliar neighbourhood. On the other hand, getting this right can your pet's visit will be less stressful and result in an easier time for you and your pet. Listen in as Roundwood Vets, Dr Crina Dragu gives some pointers on safer transportation of your pet to the vet.

If you have a burning question that you need answers to, get in touch! They can be typed, or video submissions, whatever you prefer. But we really want to help you out with solid answers. (And occasional fits of giggles.)

This is your chance to have your question answered for free. And every question that is featured on the show will receive a £20 Amazon gift voucher or iTunes gift card.

So send in your questions today to hello@roundwoodvets.co.uk

If you have any concerns about your pet, you can contact us today on 020 8459 4729.

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176 Church Road,
Willesden,
London NW10 9NP

Serving pet owners in:

Willesden, Harlesden
Dollis Hill, Neasden
Cricklewood, West Hampstead, Queen's Park, Kensal Green,

White City, Wembley