We're here for you this Winter
Emergencies over the winter period can always be a real worry for pet owners. As always, we’re here to provide out-of-hours support and emergency care for your patients throughout this season.
To try and avoid any unnecessary trips to the vet, our partner practice hub features new posters for you to share in your practice and infographics, blog posts and case studies to share online and on social media to help keep your clients pets safe and happy at this time of year.
Thank you for your support and partnership this Christmas
In 2022 we seen a 79% spike in case load over Christmas and this included 958 dogs who had eaten chocolate and 667 dogs who had eaten mince pies. This Christmas was equally as busy, and we wanted to say thank you for your support and partnership at this busy time of year.
Our video showcases some of our hidden heroes of Christmas and how they prepare
Order NEW winter posters for your practice!
Let your clients know that Vets Now are proud to be your pet emergency service and to share common winter hazards that can affect pets at this time.
You can view the days we provide out-of-hours cover over the Christmas and New Year period (as well as the rest of the year).
We’re here to support your practice.
Winter advice for dog and cat owners
Our articles and blog posts are dedicated to keeping pets safe and to showcase some of the emergencies we have seen in our clinics over the past 12 months. They are all easily shared on your Facebook page to help spread awareness.
Murdo's mince pie incident
The temptations of the Christmas season can be too much for dogs, with mince pies and other festive treats around the house.
Eight hazards cat owners need to be aware of in winter
Cold weather can bring extra risks for indoor and outdoor cats. Find out the most common winter dangers
Our dog chocolate toxicity calculator
How much chocolate could make your dog seriously ill? Find out the risk to different dog breeds
Salt dough decorations send dog to Vets Now
Dog nearly died after wolfing down homemade salt dough Christmas decorations.