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At Vets Now, we treat thousands of pet emergencies each year. Tapping into our staff’s vast expertise, we’ve compiled some advice to keep your pet happy and healthy all year round.or visit Pet Care Advice
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Anne McEvoy Manchester
"Barney had to have emergency surgery for a ruptured spleen in Vets Now’s hospital in Manchester. We were blessed to have outstanding care and compassion from the entire team. Thank you so much."
"A big thank you to all the vets that looked after my dog Prince and made him all better. You looked after him so well."
Hannah Stirland & her cat Frank Vets Now Nottingham
"Just Incredible. I haven't got words for how amazing the staff of Vets Now are. Saved Frank's life last night even when he was in critical condition even when they didn't think he'd make it. I am so grateful and relieved, you are all just incredible."
Stephanie Snowdon & her dog Cookie Vets Now Gateshead
"We were whisked straight in and the vet Sara got straight on the case. I was completely distraught and Sara and her team looked after me as well as Cookie. I cannot thank Sara and Vets Now enough for saving my little girl."
Thank you so much for your incredible care and support for Arthur. Everyone showed so much skill and hard work in making him better. You guys are amazing. We feel so lucky.
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