Our highly-skilled emergency team in Caterham 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 Caterham has been here for pets through the nights, weekends, 24 hours on a Sunday, and bank holidays for more than 9 years. Offering out-of-hours emergency vet care for dogs, cats, and small animals, you can find us based within Village Animal Hospital when your local vet is closed.
Our LocationVets Now Caterham, Guards Avenue, Coulsdon Road, Caterham, CR3 5ZD
See below the local directions to Vets Now emergency vet Caterham.
Leave the M25 at Junction 6 and take the A22 to Caterham. Continue along the A22. Take a slight left at the B2030/Godstone Road traffic lights and continue until you reach a roundabout. Take the first exit and continue up Church Hill, through High Street over a roundabout then turn left onto Banstead Road. Continue along Banstead Road until you reach the traffic lights. Turn left then right at the next set of traffic lights with Tesco supermarket into Guards Avenue. Vets Now is past the width restriction on your left.
Take the A22 to Caterham. At the Wapses Lodge Roundabout take the 5th exit onto Burntwood Lane. At the end of Burntwood Lane turn left then take a sharp right onto Banstead Road. Continue along Banstead Road until you reach the traffic lights. Turn left then right at the next set of traffic lights with Tesco supermarket into Guards Avenue. Vets Now is past the width restriction on your left.
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- Your ExperiencesClaire Reece
I have taken my elderly Jack Russell here twice and was seen quickly both times. They were very thorough and the hand over back to my vet was excellent. Hoping I don't need an emergency vet again but would not hesitate in taking my dog here if I had too.