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Welcome to Vets Now Referrals, Glasgow
Open 24 hours, we are a friendly state-of-the-art small animal hospital centrally located in Glasgow. As well as having all the equipment and technology that you would expect of a first-class veterinary hospital, we also strive to make our environment as relaxed and serene as possible to put you and your pet at ease.
Our team of world-class Specialists and referral vets offer a renowned referral service across several areas of veterinary medicine, including:
- Animal Behaviour Counselling
- Emergency and Critical Care
- Internal Medicine
- Soft Tissue Surgery
- Nutrition Advice
Our combined approach to client care allows us to draw on expertise within the team and throughout Vets Now Referrals giving the best care available within our centre.
The specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
If your pet is referred to our Internal Medicine department, you will have an initial consultation with one of our medicine clinicians. This initial consultation often lasts about 45 minutes to an hour to allow them to fully examine your pet and discuss any concerns you may have. Following the consultation, a diagnosis and a treatment plan will be discussed with you, including the potential costs and outcomes. Assuming this is agreed, you will be asked to leave your pet in our care and further diagnostic tests will then take place.
Where possible, we try to get animal patients home the same day, however we do have hospital facilities where our patients receive round the clock, dedicated care should they need to stay overnight.
The medicine team work closely with their colleagues in soft tissue surgery and oncology to provide a complete service to you and your pet.
Typical cases that might get referred to our Internal medicine department include:
- A pet with diarrhoea that just won’t clear up
- Diabetic cats and diabetic dogs,
- Unexplained weight loss in dogs and cats
- Cat anemia and dog anemia
- Dog blood transfusions
- Cases where you know your pet is ill, but nobody can get to the bottom of it