Pet of the Year

Nominate an amazing animal today

Do you know an amazing animal? Whether they have a heartwarming rescue story, have been unbelievably brave, or have supported an owner in an incredible way. We want to hear all about them.
Nominate an animal you know that you feel deserves to be crowned Vets Now Pet of the Year 2024.

Nominate now

Each nomination will be reviewed, and our panel of vets will narrow them down to select the final three

Our winner will receive a trophy and £500 voucher, and runners-up will receive a trophy and £100 voucher.

How to enter

Nominations are open from 18th April 2024 until 23:59 on 6th May 2024.

Winners will be announced in June. Full terms and conditions are available here.


StreetVet was born in 2016, inspired by the incredible bond between a homeless man and his dog.

Victims of the UK homelessness epidemic often have scant support, except for, in a growing number of cases, the companionship of their pets.

StreetVet volunteer vets and nurses, working with outreach organisations, are out in multiple communities weekly across the UK.

Since inception they have helped care for over 2500 pets; mainly dogs, but also cats, rabbits, ferrets and other companion animals too.


Watch: Introduction to StreetVet

Vets Now is proud to support StreetVet

At Vets Now we encourage our veterinary staff to volunteer a few hours in the evening or at the weekend when they can.

Our staff support StreetVet to deliver free preventative and reactive veterinary care and procedures.

To help StreetVet continue its vital work we are proud to be raising awareness and donating funds as part of our Pet of the Year 2024 campaign.

For every valid nomination, we will donate £1 to StreetVet to help them continue providing free essential veterinary care to the pets of those experiencing homelessness.

If you are interested in making your own donation click here

Catch up on our previous Pet of the Year winners

Pet of the Year 2023 winner Belle

Meet Belle, our Pet of the Year 2023

A trained assistance dog who helped her owner battle crippling anxiety that left her trapped at home is Vets Now Pet of the Year 2023.

Meet our 2023 winner
Pet of the Year 2022 winner Matilda

Meet Matilda, our Pet of the Year 2022

Bichon Brise Matilda has helped transform a little girl’s life after she was left mostly wheelchair-bound by a devastating stroke.

Meet our 2022 winner