Vets Now Canterbury
Out-of-hours emergency veterinary care near you in Canterbury for dogs, cats and small animals when they need it most
Our highly-skilled emergency team in Canterbury are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Your local Vets Now emergency vet Canterbury is here for cats, dogs, and small animals to provide expert pet care when need they it most. Our dedicated team of emergency vets and registered veterinary nurses are here for sick and injured pets when your daytime vet is closed – that’s nights, weekends, and bank holidays. You’ll find our Canterbury pet emergency clinic within the Barton Vet Hospital located on New Dover Road.
If you are unsure if you need to visit our clinic, you can book an appointment with our Video Vets and talk through your concerns. Our vets are available every day from 8am – 11pm.
From the North-West, A2:
Exit the A2 onto the A2050 sign posted Canterbury. On approaching the City Centre turn right at the roundabout onto the inner ring road. Exit right at the third roundabout (by the Odeon Cinema) onto the A257/A2050 New Dover Road. Go straight ahead at all of the traffic lights. Vets Now is immediately after the pedestrian crossing/railway bridge on the right.
From Dover, A2:
Follow the A2 towards Canterbury and exit onto the A2050 heading towards the City Centre. At the roundabout with The Gate Inn take the last exit onto the A257/A2050 New Dover Road. Vets Now is immediately before the 1st pedestrian crossing on the left.
From Margate, Herne Bay:
Follow the ring road until the roundabout with the Odeon Cinema and Fenwicks. Take the 1st exit onto the A257/A2050 New Dover Road. Go straight ahead at all of the traffic lights. Vets Now is immediately after the pedestrian crossing/railway bridge on the right.
The staff at Vets Now were very helpful when I had to go to them in the evening because my dog developed an allergic reaction. Helpful caring and friendly. Thank you from me and Aggie my Patterdale terrier.