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A PROVIDER of emergency and critical care for pets has moved its out-of-hours service to Sanctuary Vets in Farlington.

The Vets Now staff will operate from within Sanctuary Vets’ premises in Jackson Close and they will provide a service at nights, weekends and bank holidays open to all pet owners.

Vets Now founder Richard Dixon said: ‘We’ve been offering an emergency out-of-hours clinic in Portsmouth for eight years and have helped thousands of ill pets and their families.

‘When the opportunity came up to relocate to the state-of-the-art Sanctuary Vets we jumped at the chance.

‘The new premises gives us a cutting-edge platform to deliver emergency care.

‘The move reflects our commitment to developing clinical standards and enhancing accessibility of out-of-hours pet emergency care in the UK.’