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Vets Now Overview

Dunfermline, Scotland
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
Veterinary Services
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Medivet Group, CVS Group, Pets at Home Vet Group
Vets Now was founded in 2001 by Richard Dixon, a veterinary surgeon who understood the pressure of being on-call round the clock while also trying to maintain a good quality of life. His solution was Vets Now, a dedicated out-of-hours emergency and critical care service for ... Read more

Mission: Our UK network of emergency clinics and specialty hospitals we work as one team to deliver our unifying purpose ‘To give people and their pets the care and support they deserve at the time they need it most’.

From our clinicians who, save ... Read more

Vets Now Reviews

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    I worked at Vets Now part-time (Less than a year)


    Looks good on a CV, easy uniform, relaxed work environment


    Rota hours, late night work

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Vets Now Photos

Vets Now photo of: We Are All Vets Now
Vets Now photo of: Supporting Guide Dogs Scotland
Vets Now photo of: Supporting charities worldwide
Vets Now photo of: Research & Development
Vets Now photo of: RCVS Outstanding Clinics
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Vets Now Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    ACA Interview

    Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Vets Now (London, England) in September 2015.


    First I had a phone interview with the head office recruitment team. The time was agreed so I had a chance to prepare. The question were quite general for the position - the right to work in the UK and other similar questions, as well as specific questions regarding the position (animal restraining and handling experience, customer service experience, etc.). I was successful and had an interview with district manager at the actual clinic. The question were quite similar but i got to know more about the position and i was shown around the clinic as well. At the last stage they invited we to do a shadow shift and see how the clinic works.

    Interview Questions

    • Please let us know the example of the situation when you had to work with a difficult colleague and how did that work out at the end.   1 Answer
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Vets Now Awards & Accolades

  • The Sunday Times Profit Track 100 league table, The Sunday Times Profit Track 100, 2017
  • Sunday Times Profit Track 100, The Sunday Times Profit Track 100, 2016
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