Out of Hours

dog with sore pawWe know your pet can become ill or suffer accidents at any time. To make sure you have access to high quality care at night, weekend and bank holidays, we have chosen to partner with Vets Now, the leading provider of Out of Hours care.

The team at Vets Now are always there when we are closed, so you can rest assured that you and your pet will have a vet and nurse on hand, whether it’s four in the morning or half way through Christmas. 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.

By using Vets Now to cover our Out of Hours Emergencies it enables our vets and nurses to get a good night’s rest at nights and weekends so we can continue to provide the high quality care during the day that we pride ourselves on.

 

Vets Now take over from us when we close at 7pm and at weekends from 1pm on Saturday. It is always best to call us first as we will either be there to answer your call, or we will have an answer phone message with Vets Now details for you. Vets Now can give advice over the phone and arrange immediate appointments to see them if it is required.

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 Now will discuss this with you at the time of appointment and before commencing any treatment. Pet Insurance will cover most emergencies and give you peace of mind that your pet will be able to receive the best possible care 24 hours a day.

Click to download Vets Now price list

Your nearest Vets Now Clinic is

Vets NowVets Now Emergency Ltd.

193 Belmont Road,
Belfast,
BT4 2AE

Tel: 028 9065 1729

Directions

 

Watch the “In an emergency” video for more information about Vets Now

 

Sometimes we feel that it is best for your pet to be hospitalised for a period of time at Cedarmount. This is for the benefit of your pet, to avoid transportation, provide medication and necessary intra-venous fluid therapy etc. For more information on hospitalisation at Cedarmount please see below.

Click to download Hospitalisation information