February 9, 2020

Once again, we held our monthly clinic at Simon Community Hub and welcomed back patients old and new! Our volunteer vet this month was Paul Eynon, who also is a clinical skills leader at the University of Glasgow. So a big thank you to Paul for giving up his Wednesday afternoon to help take care of our very cute patients.
First in we had Bella- a gorgeous staffie, who had her annual booster and a few dog treats for being such a good girl. We also had newbie Lexi who had a general check-up and some preventative treatments for fleas and ticks. We also gave her some medic...

January 20, 2020

Happy New Year to all our clients and supporters! Our January clinic was the first time that the new 2019-20 committee took over, so it was only committee members and our supervising vet whilst we got adjusted, although we do hope to have student volunteers at our next clinic.
Due to a last-minute change, we found ourselves without a volunteer vet the night before, however, fortunately, we received multiple kind offers in response to our Facebook post asking for volunteers. We would like to say a huge thank you to Alistair Winkler for volunteering very last minute so o...

May 24, 2016

In the last 6 months we have spent almost £2,000 in vets bills for various health problems some of our patients have faced. This means that it's more important than ever to spread the word about The Trusty Paws Clinic and to raise money for our 'Vet Kitty'. 


We have a dedicated team of Fundraising Managers in Glasgow and London. Here's what they've been up to recently. 


Every year, Glasgow Vet School hold an Annual Rodeo in the vet school grounds. This is a fantastic event where the public come to enjoy all things to do with animals and pets. There are charity stalls,...

May 24, 2016

Tara is a 12 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. When she first came to our clinics in 2015 she was, erm, fat. Very fat! Weighing in at 22kg she was a whopping 4kg over her ideal weight. 


Obesity in dogs and cats is becoming a big problem with a large majority of pets coming through the doors of a vet practice being overweight. Just like in humans, obesity presents some major health problems for our pets like diabetes and joint problems. It's very easy to feed your pets treats without knowing just how fattening they are.


It's easy to recognise an overweight anima...

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