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Amy, our Doncaster vet, quickly found out that her cat Trouble lived up to his name!

Meet Trouble and BlackJack. Growing up we always had cats, and in 2012, for the 1st time in my life, our home was cat-less (my sister having taken our previous cat, Missy, when she moved out). Our neighbour had found a cat under his oil tank, complete with litter of 5 kittens, and asked if I would mind checking them all over. read more

A Dog Friendly Home

Did you know that some household items like certain plants and foods are toxic to dogs? We have put together tips on keeping your dog safe at home. read more

When Middlesbrough Principal Nurse Manager Emma went to start her nightshift 18 months ago, little did she know she would end up fostering her beloved lurcher, Arty

18 months ago I went to work to start my nightshift as normal but I had no idea how it would end. I walked into the kennel area to find a very skinny looking dog sitting in a kennel on a drip. He looked at me with his huge brown eyes and looked so sad. I discovered he had been brought into the hospital by the RSPCA as a cruelty case as his owner had been struggling to look after him and hadn’t been feeding him. read more

CertVN surpasses 100 graduates milestone

As we all know, the role of the veterinary nurse during an emergency is critical. In 2009, Vets Now created the Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Emergency & Critical Care in conjunction with City & Guilds with the aim of enabling nurses with an interest in emergency & critical care to develop their skills, thereby enhancing patient care standards overall. read more

England Women’s Rugby Team, 6 of which play for Worcester ladies & are sponsored by Vets Now are crowned world champions!

England Women have been crowned world champions after beating Canada 21-9 in the final of the Women’s Rugby World Cup on Sunday. read more