Vets Now Winchester
Out-of-hours emergency veterinary care near you in Winchester for dogs, cats and small animals when they need it most
Our highly skilled emergency team in Vets Now Winchester are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Your local Vets Now pet emergency service has been serving pet owners in Winchester and the surrounding area since 2008. Open when your practice is closed, our expert team provides veterinary care for dogs, cats and small animals at the time they need it most – nights, weekends, and 24 hours on a Sunday. You can find Vets Now Winchester based from within Cedar Veterinary Group, Alresford.
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.
Join the A31 heading towards Alresford/Alton direction. You will go through a couple of roundabouts, just carry straight on following the signs to Alresford. After the roundabout where you take the 1st exit to join the B3047 signposted Alresford (Alresford road) you carry on for 1.2 miles, passing Alresford fire station on your right. Take the next left onto “The Dean” just before “Shapla” the Indian restaurant, and the start of New Alresford High Street. Drive down the Dean and the practice is about 2/3 of the way down, well signposted, on the left opposite Arle Gardens.
From East of New Alresford
Join the A31 towards Winchester. When you come to the roundabout where you can join the B3047 (signposted Alresford) by taking the third exit, do so. Follow this road through Bishops Sutton until you get to New Alresford High Street (approximately 2 miles). Drive to the bottom of the High Street past the Co-op on the left, and turn right into a road called “The Dean”. The “Shapla” Indian restaurant will be on the right-hand corner. Drive down the Dean and the practice is about 2/3 of the way down, well signposted, on the left opposite Arle Gardens.
I just want to say a massive massive thank you to the vet called Sophie and all the other staff at Winchester. They saved my dog, Butch, and cared for him even though they had finished their shift as he took a turn for worse. I'm so grateful he's alive.