Spring Hub

Open for you this spring

When your shift ends, you deserve to relax and enjoy those longer nights. That’s why, as always, we’re here as an extension of your service during the night times, evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays this Spring.

And if you need help communicating the dangers of spring to your clients, we’ve got you covered there too. Our partner practice hub has Easter and springtime content, including social media assets, blog posts, posters for your clinic and much more.

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 this spring.


Order spring posters for your practice! Let your clients know that Vets Now are proud to be your pet emergency service and to share common spring hazards that can affect pets at this time of year.

Order here

Bank holidays

You can view the days we provide out-of-hours cover over the Easter break (as well as the rest of the year).

We’re here to support your practice.

View the dates

Social media spring infographics

We have NEW social media infographics featuring common spring hazards to help your clients keep their pets safe at this time of year. These can be downloaded and used on your own social media channels.

Click download image and then tap (mobile) or right-click (desktop) to save. You are now ready to share the image and if you wish to add a caption please use our suggested captions.

Spring 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.

Read about Bertie - who jump into a giant bowl of chocolates

Bertie thought it was his lucky day when he managed to jump into a giant bowl of chocolates – then scoffed them all.

Read more about Bertie

Dog says 'diolch' to Vets Now after daffodil scare

Agatha the sproodle was rushed to Vets Now Newport after eating toxic daffodils; owner warns of plant’s dangers to dogs.

Read more about Agatha

Hungry Hattie's case shows hazards of hot cross buns

Playful Hattie wolfed down an entire hot cross bun before her owner could stop her.

Read more about Hattie

What to do if your dog is bitten by an adder

Adders start coming out of hibernation in spring. Find out what to do if your pet is bitten.

Learn more adder bites