Emergency and critical care

Across the UK, specialist referral options remain limited for critically ill patients – particularly at weekends. Our 24/7 emergency and specialty hospital in Glasgow aims to provide your patient with the best possible intensive care and monitoring, with round-the-clock nursing and veterinary care for critical pets. Our team are here to help when you need it the most.

As part of our ECC offering, we provide diagnostics and treatment for:
• Traumatic injuries
• Cardiac arrhythmias
• Respiratory distress
• Coagulopathies
• Gastrointestinal diseases
• Toxin ingestion
• Sepsis

Veterinarians during procedure with a dog


Our oncology service is equipped to provide state-of the-art care when a diagnosis of neoplasia is made. Neoplasia is the term for various types of abnormal growths – both cancerous and non-cancerous. We can help with diagnosis and treatment, chemotherapy and palliative care.

Our expertise allows us to manage patients with :
• Lymphoma (all forms)
• Mast cell tumour (cutaneous, intradermal and visceral in dogs and cats)
• Sarcomas (soft tissue sercoma, haemangiosarcoma, histiocytic sarcoma, etc.)
• Carcinomas (thyroid carcinoma, mammary carcinoma, insulinoma, anal sac carcinoma, etc. )
• Leukaemias (acute and chronic)

Vet professional doing some analysis

Internal medicine

Our internal medicine service prides itself on seeing complex and challenging cases. The team works closely with our soft tissue and ECC teams, and utilise diagnostic imaging to provide a
complete service for presenting problems including:

• Chronic cough
• Chronic nasal disease
• Upper and lower GIT conditions
• Urinary investigations

We have access to the latest equipment including flexible endoscopy (for all endoscopic procedures including cystoscopy), fluoroscopy (for high detail swallow studies), balloon dilation (for the treatment
of oesophageal strictures), and minimally invasive sinonasal aspergillosis treatment plans.

Veterinarian during an ultrasound procedure

Diagnostic imaging

We offer advanced abdominal ultrasonography including the diagnosis of various disorders (including portosystemic shunts), and performing ultrasound guided diagnostic
tests such as aspiration, sub flushing and tru-cut biopsies our team offer a comprehensive outpatient ultrasound service.

Services provided within the hospital include:
• Plain and contrast radiography
• Point of Care (POCUS) ultrasound
• Echocardiography
• Abdominal ultrasound
• Soft tissue /musculoskeletal ultrasound
• Interventional ultrasound
• Fluoroscopic swallow studies
• Intraoperative fluoroscopy
• Contrast CT
• CT myelography

Cat drinking water in kennels


Our anaesthesia department manages complex anaesthetic cases to enable advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures to be performed.
Services provided within the hospital:

• Comprehensive multiparameter monitoring for all sedated and anaesthetised patients
• Advanced patient monitoring including invasive blood pressure and arterial blood gas analysis
• Locoregional anaesthetic techniques using both ultrasound and nerve location
• Mechanical ventilation and intraoperative respiratory monitoring
• Provision of perioperative analgesic and sedative infusions.

Dog getting a paw check at Vets Now Hospital Glasgow


Vets Now Glasgow has modern facilities and the required equipment to allow us to perform a wide range of orthopaedic procedures on cats and dogs of all shapes and sizes.

• Arthroscopy
• Arthrodesis
• Fractures
• Angular limb deformities
• Prosthetic groove replacement

We also undertake ground-breaking new surgical techniques including the use of 3D printing for surgical guidance.

Vet professional shaving dog's belly

Soft tissue

We offer a vast range of soft tissue procedures, including (but not limited to):

• Perineal hernias
• Cervical swelling
• Laryngeal tieback
• Oncological surgeries

Our team also regularly performs complex procedures at our Glasgow hospital, including pericardiectomy, mediastinal mass removal, lung lobectomy, skin grafts, maxillary and mandibular tumour removal and
portosystemic shunt surgery