Visiting the pet emergency hospital
We’re currently experiencing exceptionally high demand. If your pet is unwell, don’t hesitate to call us.
Please do not call with general enquiries as this is impacting on our response times for emergency cases.
We understand that visiting our hospital for an emergency or referral can be a worrying time, therefore we want to make your visit as smooth as possible. In this section, we’ve added some practical advice that we hope you find useful.
Our hospital is in the west of the city centre of Glasgow, just off the M8. Free parking is available on site and can be accessed via North Street at the front of the hospital or from Dorset Street at the back. If you require assistance, you can pull up in a parking bay at the front and our receptionist will arrange help to carry your pet inside.
The area around the hospital is also well served by public transport — Anderston and Charing Cross mainline train stations are within walking distance and the nearest bus stops are either a five-minute walk away on St Vincent’s Street or Bath Street. Ask your bus driver to alert you when you’re at the bus stop closest to North Street. Buses that stop here include 9, 11, 42, 42A, and 62.
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