We at Living with Pets are currently seeking your help to find some of the best emergency vets in Glasgow. All of the emergency vets on our list serve Glasgow so we want to find out what you think is the most reliable.
To help us out we’ve collected a few tips from previous years as well as asked a few friends and colleagues for their recommendations. Obviously, if you’ve got some great tips to add then feel free to drop us a message in the comments section and for more information please visit EmergencyVetsGlasgow.com.
This is what you need to do:
Choose your top ten emergency vets
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1. Amble Veterinary Centre – 510 2470
2. Aubergine Veterinary Practice – 55 905876
3. Brookside Veterinary Practice – 55 9061316
4. Blackdog Vets – 56 224200
5. Burwood Veterinary Practice – 56 209888
6. Brookfield Veterinary Practice – 56 7229655
7. Clancy Vets – 56 224250
8. Crossley Veterinary Practice – 56 2119388
9. Glenavon Vets – 55 1843270
10. Garscube Vets – 55 7528670
What is an emergency vet?
The word emergency comes from the Latin word antecedents, meaning prior. It means prior to the commencement of something. For example, you wouldn’t say “my car broke down” or “my dog broke a leg”. You would say “I need an emergency vet” or “I need an emergency veterinarian”. It’s basically referring to a situation when you can’t wait for the normal part of life to play out.
It does sound strange to say that we have emergency specialists and not specialists in emergency veterinary care. In this article, we are referring to emergency specialists. The emergency vet is the specialist that helps you on the scene with your pet.
They are the ones that take care of your pet until the normal part of life can happen. They are skilled in diagnosing problems, getting your pet to the right specialists for treatment, and finding you the right medication.
What to know about Glasgow’s emergency vets
This is the biggest complaint that people had last year, to see an emergency vet in Glasgow it really needs to be a true emergency.
Choose a reputable practice
Once you’ve got your top ten it’s important to really check them out. Make sure they have a good receptionist. a few tips from previous years as well as asked a few friends and colleagues for their recommendations. Obviously, if you’ve got some great tips to add then feel free to drop us a message in the comments section. Ensure they have an experienced receptionist, who can explain the treatment to you clearly.
But what should you do if you have an emergency at home?
Unfortunately, most vets in Glasgow are now longer able to help with most pet emergencies. The first choice is to phone the 24-hour emergency line on 0141 2605555. You will be given a specialist nurse by the staff.
However, if that doesn’t work you can always call your local animal rescue charity such as the RSPCA.
For further help and advice check out this excellent guide on veterinary treatments for pets.
- So have you voted in the top ten emergency vets in Glasgow?
- Best emergency vets in Glasgow?
- Do you have any top emergency vets in Glasgow?
You can help us find them by voting in the poll below.
* We’ve asked the emergency vets if they’d be interested in having this feature but so far we haven’t had a reply, but keep an eye on our website, Facebook, and Twitter for news of when they are available for the feature.
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