We have a 24 hour hospital unit and we are available 24 hrs a day for pets registered with us
They will always be seen by a member of our team.
In case of emergency please call
- Monday – Friday: 8am – 7pm
- Saturday: 8am – 12.30pm
What is an emergency?
- Your pet is bloated and is trying to vomit (gastric dilation and volvulus)
- Blocked cat – your cat is unsuccessfully straining to urinate.
- Your pet has difficulty breathing.
- Your pet is continuously fitting (status epilepticus).
- Fracture – your pet has a suspected broken bone.
- They have collapsed.
- Your pet has profuse bleeding.
- Flystrike – your rabbit has a maggot/fly infestation of a wound.
- You suspect your pet has been poisoned.
- Your pet has been hit by a car.
- They have severe watery/bloody diarrhoea.
- Your pet is unconscious.
- They are in severe pain.
- The are having whelping/kittening problems.
- A surgical wound has opened up.
Generally, if you are worried about your pet, then feel free to call for some advice. If it isn’t urgent, then please phone during surgery hours.
Burghley Veterinary Centre
St Leonards Street