If you are looking to book a cat vaccination, please be aware that there is an ongoing shortage of some cat vaccines affecting all UK Veterinary practices. Find out more here.
What to do in an emergency outside of normal working hours
We know your pet can become ill or suffer accidents at any time. To make sure you have access to high quality care at weekends and bank holidays, we have chosen to partner with Vets 999 the leading local out of hours provider based in Stirling. Otherwise our team of vets are on call here at Doune Monday to Thursday and Saturday mornings.
The team at Vets 999 are always there when we are closed at the weekends, so you can rest assured that you and your pet will have a vet and nurse on hand. Their fully qualified staff will provide free advice over the phone and advise whether you need to take your pet into their clinic for immediate treatment. Please don’t hesitate to call them if you’re at all concerned.
Vets 999 take over from us when we close on Friday evening at 6pm and at the weekends from 12pm on Saturday until Monday morning, when our team are back in action at 8am. Incase of emergency just dial the practice telephone number and you will be diverted to Vets 999. Please be aware that because of the nature of Out of Hours emergencies, a night-time or weekend appointment will be more expensive than seeing a vet during usual hours. Vets 999 will discuss this with you at the time of appointment and before commencing any treatment. Please consider pet insurance to give you peace of mind that your pet will be able to receive the best possible care 24 hours a day.
Vets 999 is based at:
Broadleys Veterinary Hospital
Phone: 01786 841304 (Struthers and Scott)
Struthers & Scott
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