Emergency Vet Near Me: Vets Now Farnham
Our highly skilled emergency team in Farnham are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Vets Now Farnham has been providing trusted out-of-hours emergency vet care for your pets since 2004. Working from within Cathcart & Winn veterinary practice, our team are on call from 6pm to 8.30am Monday to Friday, 12pm to 8.30am on Saturday and 24 hours on a Sunday. Our emergency vets work hard throughout the night and on weekends to save your pet cat, dog, and other small animals. Our clinic and team at Vets Now Farnham has been recognised as an ‘outstanding’ provider of emergency veterinary care by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS).
Our LocationVets Now Farnham, Hale Road, Farnham, GU9 9RB
Directions to the Vets Now emergency vet Farnham
From Southbound M3:
Leave the M3 at junction 4, following signs for Farnham. Following the slip-road, take the second exit at the roundabout (signed Farnham). Continue along the A331 to a roundabout and take the second exit onto the A31 (sign posted Farnham A31). At the large ‘Shepherd and Flock’ roundabout take the third exit onto the A325 (not the second exit to Central Farnham). Immediately there is a small roundabout, take the first exit then take the first exit again at the next roundabout. Vets Now is on the right before the zebra crossing.
Take the B3013 Beaconhill Road south. At the junction with the A287 turn left towards Farnham on the Odiham Road. The A287 enters Hale and becomes the A3016 Upper Hale Road. At the set of traffic lights go straight down Hale Road until the Six Bells roundabout. Take the third exit. Vets Now is on the right before the zebra crossing.
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- Your ExperiencesHeather Sale
Our puppy, Meg, stole a fruit cake and was taken to Vets Now Farnham to IV her kidneys flushed. She is now home fit and well. She received first class treatment - thank you so much for your care, compassion and kindness towards us and our precious pup.