Where to choose emergency care for your pet in Sussex
Many pet owners are unaware that when their daytime vet clinic is closed, they may be redirected to an unfamiliar emergency service provider, without being given a choice of where to take their pet. That is the last thing you need in a stressful situation.
South Downs Emergency Vets is truly independent and in the event of an out-of-hours emergency, their experts will be happy to see you – regardless of your registered daytime clinic’s provider.
When you need an emergency vet, the choice is in your hands.
Accredited vet hospitals in Storrington and Chichester
With two Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS)-accredited hospitals in Storrington and Chichester, which are open 24/7, you are guaranteed to an exceptional level of tailored and unrivalled care.
Their expert day and night teams work seamlessly to provide round-the-clock care for your pet, giving you complete peace of mind at a worrying time.
Unlike some emergency centres, South Downs Emergency Vets does not move your pet back and forth between day and night clinics. They believe in continuous care until your pet has recovered, reducing stress and worry for both you and your pet.
Treating clients how you would like to be treated
Gemma Treagus, of South Downs Emergency Vets, said: “We pride ourselves on excellent communication and developing trust, ensuring you are fully informed and reassured throughout your pet’s time with us.”
Gemma added: “We will always go the extra mile. The key to our service is that we treat our clients how we would want to be treated ourselves.”
Their hospitals are fully equipped to carry out a range of diagnostic assessments, emergency treatments and surgeries, including:
– High dependency care facilities with a central area for monitoring critical patients.
– Sterile theatres, radiography, laboratory, ultrasound and multiple consultation rooms.
– A ‘cat-only ward’ to help reduce stress for our feline patients.
– Spacious, air-conditioned kennels tailored to all animal breeds.
– An isolation ward.
– Easy to find, centrally located premises with ample parking.
Get in touch
South Downs Emergency Vets is at hand when it matters most and no referral is required.
For the Chichester vet hospital at Lion House, 79 St Pancras PO19 7GE call 01243 978800.
For the Storrington vet hospital at Mill Stream, North Street Library Car Park RH20 4DH call 01903 746028.
For more information visit www.southdownsemergencyvets.co.uk.