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Kennels and Catteries. Some take in strays so if you are looking for a rescue animal give them a call.

Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel East Barnet

64 Haslemere Ave, London, Barnet EN4 8EU, UK – 020 8368 5410

If I could stay, I would ! Our very scared cat Chicken loved his stay here. He was healthy looking and not skinny after his weeks holiday with Loria. The e-mail updates were perfect and we didn't worry at all about Chicken at all. The goody bag was a nice touch. A very clean and loving place. Loria is a special lady, and I will recommend her cattery to everyone I know.

Loria is an excellent cattery host - clearly adores all her cats that stay. My cat Eva stayed for 3 weeks and came back very content and her long fur was well groomed and she smelt amazing. In the all inclusive package you get email updates with pictures, which really reassured me when over the other side of the world. The cattery is clean and perfectly appointed - she even came back with her own goodie bag and toys. I could not rate this cattery higher - both for its amenities and attentive host!

Konky's Pet Care

47 Percy Rd, London N12 8BT, UK – 07518 069278

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The Vet Whetstone

247 Oakleigh Rd N, London N20 0TX, UK – 020 8368 9798

have been very happy with the care and attention my cats have received over the past 8 years. highly reccomend

Fantastic!! Albert and his team will go out of their way to ensure your pet is cared for and help you to understand what might be wrong and give advice on its care. Our Cavachon, Charlie, almost enjoys going to the vet now! He loves Albert and trots happily into his consulting room

Triage Vets - Veterinary Surgery

9 Bittacy Hill, Mill Hill, London NW7 1HS, UK – 020 8349 4711

The Triage team have been looking after my older Labrador, Agnes, for about two years now and I can't thank them enough for their thorough care and kindness. She has had a few different problems and each one has been treated with great skill, knowledge and sensitivity. Agnes is frightened of vets and so tends to get very stressed while in the surgery. K has handled this superbly, accepting my girl with her nervousness and putting me at ease about her! Don't know what we would do without K, Hina and the team!

We were very new to this when we got our puppy and when we met the team at Triage we knew that we were in the best hands. I never expected to get such an attentive service and Kfir and Heena always have time to discuss any problems we have had. I cannot recommend this Vet practice more highly and you will not be disappointed by them.

The Finchley Vet

599 High Rd, London N12 0DY, UK – 020 3603 4441

Overall The Finchley Vet is very good. The staff are friendly and kind and always give you time to talk and discuss concerns or different options. It is easy to get same day appointments which is great but they’re also happy to give advice over the phone. They do a club where you pay monthly and get flea and worming treatment, vaccinations and a certain amount of vet or nurse consultations a year. I think that if you are going to do yearly vaccinations and regular flea and worm treatment then it works out good value. If you are going to get pet insurance and want them to pay the vet directly then check with the vet first as they won’t do this for every insurance company which could leave you in a difficult situation if you can’t afford to pay upfront.

absolutely awesome vet! very knowledgeable. impressed with his knowledge about exotics/rats. very gentle with your pets. very clean place and a lovely receptionist. really...i can only recommend this vet!!!

Links to wide range of animal charities.
Advice on animal care, how to donate, etc. The Blue Cross is dedicated to improving the lives of sick and unwanted pets; they take in animals of all shapes and sizes, from hamsters to horses, and find them loving new homes and make sure thousands more get the veterinary treatment they need when their owners cannot afford to pay.

UK charity helping to prevent cruelty to animals associated with sports such as fox hunting, game bird shooting and wildlife crime
Get advice from Vets on the Net. Ask veterinary questions and access pet first aid advice
Pet Care Advice plus news, campaigns, how to donate, etc.
Guide to badgers in the UK. Includes educational resources and offers books, videos and other merchandise.
Charity dedicated to raising funds for the conservation of native animals and their habitats in the UK. Their work is varied and extensive ranging from direct support for conservationists to involving the public and volunteers in practical action to help specific species and habitats.
Offers photos, facts, and a newsletter for people interested in the nature and countryside of Britain.
International chapter of the OFI working to increase awareness and understanding of conservation issues facing the endangered orangutan.
Marine conservation charity dedicated to forging links between people and the sea. ORCA is committed to the study of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and promoting their conservation through enthusing, inspiring and educating others.
WWF works to ensure a healthy future for people, species and their habitats, addressing global threats like climate change and environmental degradation.
Offers links to rescue orgnanisations, information about the breed, how to look after an adopted dog, and more.
Database for lost, stolen, and found animals.
Promotes the keeping, breeding, care, study, and conservation of this highly coloured and endangered species. Meetings are held in many UK locations.
Pet Care Advice
UK Hamster Society. Includes information on shows, monthly journal, events, and more.
Government site explaining what you have to do to bring your pet dog, cat or ferret into (or back into) the UK through the Pet Travel Scheme (or PETS for short) without putting it into quarantine. It also explains the requirements for bringing many other types of pet animals into the UK. This site also tells you about quarantine in the UK for animals that don't qualify for PETS.
Offers advice on medical problems for dog and cat owners in the UK.
This has got much more humane. The Pet Travel Scheme allows pet animals from certain countries to enter the UK without quarantine, as long as they meet certain conditions. The Scheme also means that people in the UK can, having taken their pets to these countries, bring them back without the need for quarantine