Vets Now Kilmarnock
Out-of-hours emergency veterinary care near you in Kilmarnock for dogs, cats and small animals when they need it most
Our highly skilled emergency team in Vets Now Kilmarnock are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Vets Now Kilmarnock has been providing expert pet emergency care for pets since 2010 and has been recognised by The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) as an accredited practice. Based within our host practice McKeznie, Bryson & Marshall vets, our dedicated team work through nights, bank holidays, and weekends to provide trusted care for injured and sick pets when your date time vet is closed.
If you are unsure if you need to visit our clinic, you can book an appointment with our Video Vets and talk through your concerns. Our vets are available every day from 8am – 11pm.
The easiest access is from the most northerly exit for Kilmarnock (if travelling from the south ignore the first three exits). Exit at the B7038 Kilmarnock and Fenwick and turn left, signposted Kilmarnock, following this road southwards. Go straight on at the first roundabout. At the second roundabout (Tesco should be on your right) take the second exit onto B7064 Western Road, which is a dual carriageway. At the next roundabout turn left onto A735, sign-posted Town Centre. ** After 400 yards the road bears left: turn right here onto Hill Street, sign-posted Enterprise Ayrshire. Vets Now is located 200 yards down this road on the left.
Approaching Kilmarnock, turn left onto the B7064 towards Crosshouse Hospital. Go straight over the small roundabout then right at the next roundabout, onto the B7081. At the traffic lights turn left onto Munro Avenue, which becomes dual carriageway. At the next roundabout, turn right onto A735, sign posted Town Centre. Now follow from ** above.
I rushed my 12 week pug puppy into Vets Now on Sunday evening after eating migraine tablets. Jenny took her through ASAP & gave her medication to bring up the tablets and charcoal to absorb it. My puppy has now made a full recovery. Thanks so much.