Vets Now Harrow
Out-of-hours emergency veterinary care near you in Harrow for dogs, cats and small animals when they need it most
Our highly skilled emergency team in Harrow are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Vets Now Harrow provides trusted emergency pet care for dogs, cats and small animals at the time they need it most. Our emergency vets and registered vet nurses work nights, 24 hours on a Sunday and over bank holidays to make sure your pet has access to expert veterinary care when your daytime vet closes.
Located near the near North Harrow Metropolitan train line, you’ll find us based within our host practice at Barnfield House during out-of-hours.
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 A40:
Exit the A40 when you reach the A312/Church Road junction towards Northolt. Follow the A312 until the big roundabout. Take the first exit, continuing along the A312, Pett’s Hill. Past the railway bridge, the road splits. Keep left, joining the A4090 Alexandra Avenue for 2.2 miles. At North Harrow tube station (on your left), get into the right hand lane and turn right at the traffic lights into Pinner Road/A404. We are a short distance on the right-hand side.
From the M1:
Exit the M1 at J4 onto the Edgeware Way/Watford By-pass/ A41 towards Harrow/Edgeware. After a mile you come to a roundabout. Take the 3rd exit onto Spur Road/A410. Go through 4 further roundabouts, following the A410. At the 5th Roundabout, take the first exit left onto Headstone Lane. Carry along this road for 1 mile until you reach traffic lights and a junction with the A404. Turn left onto Pinner Road/A404. We are a short distance on the right-hand side.
I am so happy with the care and treatment my dog received. The vets acted very quickly to diagnose a potentially life threatening situation and carried out urgent, late night surgery. Nothing was too much trouble for any of the vets/nurses. Thank you all.