Vets Now Hemel Hempstead
Out-of-hours emergency veterinary care near you in Hemel Hempstead for dogs, cats and small animals when they need it most
Our highly skilled emergency team in Hemel Hempstead are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Your local clinic has been providing trusted out-of-hours emergency vet care for your pets since 2004. Working from within Barton Lodge on Midland Road, our team are on call from 19.00pm-08.30am Monday to Friday, 12pm-08.30am 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 Hemel Hempstead has been recognised as an outstanding provider of emergency veterinary care by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS).
Leave the M1 at Junction 8. Go straight over the first and second roundabout. Take the second right into Longlands, continue over the mini roundabout and carry on for about half a mile until the T-junction with Adeyfield Road then turn left. Stay on Adeyfield Road and take the third exit onto Midland Road at the mini roundabout before continuing onto Midland Road. Vets Now Hemel Hempstead is located at the junction with Alexandra Road on the right.
Leave the A41 at the Hemel Hempstead / A414 junction and then at the traffic lights continue straight towards the town centre. At the Magic roundabout, follow signs for the town centre, and turn left to take you between Debenhams and the Image building onto the Leighton Buzzard Road. Go straight at the traffic lights then right at the mini roundabout onto Combe Street then straight over the next mini roundabout. Turn left into The Marlowes then turn right onto Midland Road at the mini roundabout. Vets Now is located at the junction with Alexandra Road on the left.
I took one of my dogs here on Saturday evening as he was really uncomfortable with tummy pains. The vet at Vets Now was so lovely with Bailey. After a few days of great veterinary care, he was back to his old self. Thank you.