Vets Now Gateshead
Out-of-hours emergency veterinary care near you in Gateshead for dogs, cats and small animals when they need it most
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Our highly skilled emergency team in Gateshead are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Vets Now Gateshead has been providing trusted out-of-hours vet care for your pets since 2002. Working from within the PDSA’s pet hospital, our team are on call from 6pm to 8.30am Monday to Friday, 12pm to 8.30am on Saturday, and 24 hours on 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 Gateshead has been recognised as an outstanding provider of emergency veterinary care by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS).
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Follow the A167 over Tyne Bridge to Gateshead and stay on the A184. At the roundabout by Heworth Metro interchange turn right, then turn right at mini roundabout and continue to the traffic lights with the Duke of Cumberland pub on the left. Turn right into the industrial estate and Vets Now is located on the left at the PDSA hospital.
Take and follow the A184 for Gateshead. At traffic lights turn right to roundabout. Turn left at roundabout to continue on A184. Now follow as above.
At Washington services take A194(M). At roundabout with A184 turn left. Continue to first roundabout, turn left. Follow above.
Follow A19 from tunnel to roundabout with A184, turn right along A184 until Heworth metro interchange and turn left. Now follow as above.
At roundabout with the A184 turn left towards Gateshead. Follow along A184 until Heworth metro interchange and turn left. Now follow as above.
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."