Your Brave Pet Stories

Paw printsEvery year we see and treat hundreds of pets, all of which are special to us. Here you can read the stories of just some of the brave patients that have visited our clinics across the UK. 

Our monthly Brave Pet Awards celebrate our bravest patients, who have still managed to wag their tails and put on a brave face despite their treatment.

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Peggy
After two days and nights at the vets and with the help of some rump steak, Peggy is on the mend after being kicked by a horse

Peggy was kicked by a horse near the river Severn. She was unconscious and bleeding from the nose. We thought she probably would not make it as her heart had slowed down, and the vets told us that blood levels were low at her other organs.

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Simon
Simon enjoys being waited on after a trip to Vets Now

Simon was feeling very poorly- he was very lethargic and tired, was vomiting lots, and we were worried he may have had cystitis. We rushed him to our local Vets Now clinic late at night and although he was very grumpy about being put in his carrier, Simon was very well behaved. 

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Sindy
After lapping up lots attention from the staff at Vets Now, Sindy is recovering well after a car accident

Hello, my pet's name is Sindy, a 6 month old bouncing Boxer dog. One Thursday evening Sindy was a little too keen to go out for her evening walk as her lead slipped through my hand she ran off. Sindy's usually quite a happy go lucky dog and enjoys long walks along South Shields coast with her boxer companion Tara.

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Ozzy
Ozzy was struggling to urinate but following treatment at Vets Now Harrow he's now cuddling up and on the mend at home

Like many cats do, Ozzy suffered from urinary problems. A team effort from Vets Now Harrow and Ozzy's daytime vet allowed him to receive continual care, and he was soon recovering and able to return home.

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Bungle
Bungle was in pain, vomiting and refusing his food after consuming chicken bones. Bungle visited Vets Now Bristol for treatment, and is home with his family recovering

When Buster started refusing his dinner, vomiting and showing signs of pain after he had consumed chicken bones, Buster's owner brought him into Vets Now Bristol for emergency treatment. Buster was brave throughout and is home recovering - even managing to chase squirrels and birds around the park again!

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Buster
Buster was diagnosed with Parvovirus and needed constant care. Following treatment from Vets Now Liverpool and his daytime vet, brave Buster is back to himself

Parvovirus is a highly contageous and debilitating canine disease. After Buster's daytime vet diagnosed Buster's infection, his daytime vet and Vets Now Liverpool worked as a team to provide Buster the round-the-clock treatment he needed to recover. Buster bravely recovered completely and is now back home with his family.

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Jura
Jura tried to grab a stick and damaged his throat, but has recovered after treatment at Vets Now Gateshead

Jura loves the beach, and while out playing his ball, Jura changed his mind and went for a stick in the sand instead. Unfortunately the stick damaged the back of his throat, but Jura's owner quickly brought him to Vets Now Gateshead for treatment, and Jura has made a full recovery.

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Tom
Tom returned home injured and struggling to breath. Tom's owner acted fast, and Tom is on the mend at home after treatment at Vets Now Preston

Tom's owner brought him to Vets Now Preston for treatment after he returned home with breathing difficulties and injuries. After treatment through the weekend, Tom is now recovering back at home with his loving family.

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Lottie
Due to complications whilst giving birth, brave Lottie visited Vets Now Preston for emergency treatment

Lottie visited Vets Now Preston when complications occurred during whelping. Though her first puppy didn't survive, thanks to the fast actions of her owner and treatment at Vets Now, Lottie is now mother to 4 puppies.

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Red
After a fall from a high bridge, lucky Labrador Red is getting back to his bouncy inquisitive self

Lucky Labrador Red visited Vets Now Middlesbrough for treatment, after a fall for a high bridge. Fortunately Red recovered quickly, even walking without a limb soon after returning home.

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