Welcome to Vets Now's coronavirus advice hub

We know that this is a worrying time for everyone and pet owners have questions about how the coronavirus outbreak will affect their pets. As coronavirus restrictions change across the country, our hub will bring you the most useful and up-to-date information on pet-related matters during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Coronavirus facts

Our message to you

Taking your pet to the vet

Video chat with a vet within minutes

Book an online video consultation with one of our experienced emergency vets and talk through your concerns in the comfort of your own home.

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'How to' guides

Having an unwell pet is always worrying but especially in these uncertain times. Your first instinct might be to rush to your vet but, in some cases, you might be able to care for your pet at home. We’ve written some useful step-by-step guides on some of the most common conditions you can often treat without going to a vet.

Of course, if your pet is suffering from an urgent illness or injury you should call your local daytime vet or out of hours, your nearest Vets Now, so they can receive treatment. Find out more about the most common life-threatening emergencies here.

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Staying at home with pets

Home hazards to be aware of

Learn more about the most common hazards around your home.

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How to pet proof your garden

There are several garden hazards which you should be aware of to ensure your pet is safe.

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Working from home with pets

Check out our survival guide for working from home with pets in the house.

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Finding missing pets

Find out what to do to improve your chances of being reunited with your pet during lockdown.

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