'Tiny terror' and Vets Now regular, Winnie, recovers well after her 3rd visit

Winnie is a small dog with a lot of personality. She's visited Vets Now Glasgow three times after eating various things. She is now seeing one of the Specialists at Vets Now Referrals with a suspected inflammatory bowel disease. read more

Vets Now Wins Prestigious Grant Award from RCVS Knowledge

Vets Now have recently been successful in winning a very competitive grant award from RCVS Knowledge. The grant was awarded to a team led by Ava Firth. It was the only grant awarded to examine Small Animal (Emergency) patient populations. read more

Vets Now responds to the RCVS Standards Committee to the call for evidence on the provision of 24 hour emergency care

Further to the recent call for evidence on the provision of 24 hour emergency care from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Vets Now have sent their submission to the RCVS Standards Committee who will be making recommendations to RCVS Council in due course. read more

Temporary Alternative Emergency Phone Numbers

Due to vandalism of a main fibre cable in the London area, hundreds of thousands of London phone lines are currently not working. This has impacted six of our Vets Now clinics. If you are trying to get through to any of the clinics below, please use these emergency mobile numbers read more

Handy tips to keep your dog safe at night

With our busy lives and an expectant dog, many of us are faced with walking our canine friends in the dark, particularly during the winter. Whilst gazing at the starlit sky is wonderful, you need to be aware that one of your major senses, sight, is seriously impaired, not just for yourself but for your dog too. read more