Pet of the Month

Sometimes we are struck by the particular loyalty or bravery of a pet, often when they are going through difficult treatment or helping their owner through a challenging time.

We do, of course, love all our patients, be they young or old, big or small, cheerful or grumpy! They all have their unique personalities and endearing characteristics.

With that in mind, we thought it would be nice to recognise and celebrate these pets and to share a little bit of their story with you.

Please check back to see if your furry friend could be our Pet of the Month!

January’s Pet of the Month

This is Louis, our January ‘Pet of the Month’.

Louis had a bad start in life. He had been kept in a crate for the first five months of his life and arrived at his current home with digestive problems, a nasty ear infection and concerns about chronic pain and conformation.

Having had no opportunities to learn manners or social skills, Louis behavior was challenging. He is a big dog with lots of energy and didn’t really understand boundaries. Happily for Louis, his new owners refused to give up on him and have worked day after day to socialise and train him and manage his various health conditions.

Louis’ ear problems are now under control and a recent change in diet has resulted in a significant improvement in behaviour.

All of the Clarendon Street Team have lived through the highs and lows of Louis’ progress and really admired the hard work and dedication of his owners. It has been a long journey and Louis is still very much a work in progress, but we definitely felt that Louis and his owners deserved the recognition of ‘Pet of the month’.

Well done Louis!



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