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Our emergency service gives any animal all the care they need anytime day or night
Our emergency work is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for the care of all emergencies – with the provision of resident nursing care day and night for all in patients. Our out of hours service is manned by our own veterinary surgeons and nurses from all 3 practices coming together at the Nomansland surgery near Lostwithiel. The continuous nursing support we offer enables us to provide all the services that your pet might need in an emergency. You may never need the full range of services that we offer but it is reassuring to know that if ever you do need emergency pet care in Cornwall outside normal surgery hours we are always there for you and your pets. Our out of hours service is staffed overnight and at weekends and Bank Holidays by vets and nurses who are skilled to deal with the sorts of emergencies that can occur from a collision with a car to a bee sting, from poisonings to giving birth or simply reassurance when your pet just doesn't seem very well.
When you ring any of our surgeries outside normal hours you will speak to a dedicated out of hours answer service. They will ask you for all your details and then contact the duty vets. One of the veterinary team will then contact you and will advise you on the best care of your pet. It maybe that you just need reassurance over a problem but it may well be that we will ask you to attend the clinic so that the vet can better assess the best treatment required.
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