We Are Open Every Night!

We Are Open Every Night!

We Are Open Every Weekend!

We Are Open Every Weekend!

We Are Open Every Public Holiday!

We Are Open Every Public Holiday!

We are open when your usual veterinary surgery is closed

We are open when your usual veterinary surgery is closed

We are always here to care for your pet!

We are always here to care for your pet!

Vets and Nurses are on site at all times!

Vets and Nurses are on site at all times!

We are open every night, every weekend and public holiday when your usual veterinary surgery is closed and are always here to care for your pet if they have an accident or become unwell. Our team of experienced vets and nurses is on site at all times to give you advice on the phone or to treat your pet at the clinic.

T’is the season to by joyful…. And helping to prevent some common accidents will help to keep it that way!

There are many foods which we like to enjoy at Christmas, but which can be lethal to our pets. Some of the commonest ones we have to deal with include: Chocolate, anything made of grapes, raisins, sultanas etc, onions and garlic, anything containing artificial sweetener, many nuts ,avocados and just overindulging in too much rich food can upset our pets’ tummies

There are several other hazards associated with this time of year – be aware that some plants like lilies are very poisonous, especially to cats, tinsel if chewed can cause an obstruction and rabbits and young animals may chew on those pretty lights….

We hope you have a very Wonderful, Happy and Safe Christmas and New Year!

However, if your pet does have a misadventure, remember we are always just a phone call away for advice or to arrange an appointment

If your pet has to stay with us for ongoing monitoring and care, we can assure you that they will never be left alone in the clinic.

We are all pet owners ourselves so understand that pets are members of the family, and treat them as if they were our own.

Emergency VetCare shares the premises with Walton Lodge Vets, but is independent of it. As such, in the morning, your pet’s records will be sent to your own vet so they will know what has happened.

If your pet has had to be admitted, so long as they are able to travel, they will need to go back to their usual practice for ongoing care.

For most of our patients, it is best to be examined and treated at the surgery; however, we can arrange for a house visit to be made where that is more appropriate.

In the event of an emergency, please do not email us, but phone the clinic on 01202 382843

(Or when we are closed, call your usual day practice for assistance or Walton Lodge Vets on 01202 747678 if you do not have a vet already)

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Weekends ‐ Saturday 12pm to Monday 8am
Bank holidays all day & night