Abbey Clancy has praised vets working across the country during lockdown after her dog Elvis required treatment on Friday.
The model, 34, posed with the adorable black Labrador puppy who was wearing a cast on his leg outside her Surrey home after the operation.
Abbey posted the black and white snap with the caption: ‘Shout out to all the amazing vets still working through this crisis risking themselves to help animals.’
Grateful: Abbey Clancy has heaped praise on the nation’s vets after her black Labrador Elvis required emergency treatment
The mother-of-four also personally thanked the vet who helped her puppy after he hurt his leg.
The star posted a photo of Dr Scott Miller on her Instagram stories as she heaped praise on the vet for helping Elvis.
Abbey spoke on her husband Peter Crouch’s BBC podcast this week, discussing their lovable new puppy.
Hero: The model shared a photo of vet Dr Scott Miller who put a cast on poor Elvis’s leg
She said: ‘Peter likes getting in the cage with the dog and he likes treating him with biscuits. He is a good trainer.
‘The dog cage is the biggest one we could get online and it fits Peter, all four children and the dog.’
Abbey recently revealed that she still struggles with ‘mum guilt’ as she juggles motherhood with her busy modelling career.
The fashion star said she tries to ‘set a good example’ to her four children with her busy schedule, as she wants to keep working and be ‘the best mum she can be’.
Wow: Abbey recently revealed that she still struggles with ‘mum guilt’ as she juggles motherhood with her busy modelling career
Abbey welcomed her fourth child Jack in June 2019 with husband Peter. The couple are also parents to daughters Sophia, eight, Liberty, four, and son Johnny, two.
Abbey told OK! that she’s still trying to figure out the dynamic of being a working mum-of-four, saying: ‘I think for any mum who has to or chooses to go to work, you still get stuck with that mum guilt.
‘But for me, I feel like it’s important to set a good example for them. I want to work and still be me while being the best mum I can be.
‘They are into different things and have different schedules now. Poor Sophia gets dragged along to more baby-ish places than she’d probably like to.’
Dog-loving: Abbey said on her husband Peter Crouch’s podcast that he likes getting in the cage with their new puppy