Flynn Vets arrangements during the Corona Virus crisis – Updated 1 July 2020
During these worrying times, please be assured that we continue to provide veterinary care for your pets and we can still be contacted 24 hours a day
We are delighted to announce that from 1st July all of our clinics are returning to their normal opening hours.
We are currently experiencing very high volumes of calls. We are working hard to answer all calls, but we ask that you are patient – if you are unable to get through, please try again later or if appropriate, email or Facebook message us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our Balmoral and Commons Brae clinics:
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 7pm
Saturday: Balmoral 9am – 12 noon.
Commons Brae 1pm – 3pm
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8.30am – 7pm
Tuesday, Thursday 8.30am – 5pm
We are still adhering to social distancing guidance, so for now we are limiting the number of clients in our waiting rooms. When bringing your pet to see us, we ask that:
- Only one person attends, and
- You wear a face covering if coming inside our clinics. You are welcome to wait outside while our vets exam your pet.
Please continue to give as much notice as possible for orders of medication and food – we require at least 24 hours notice for orders of medication.
We are now able to provide appointments for all routine procedures including boosters, neutering, regular health checks and nail clips. We appreciate that for those who are members of our Pet Care Plans, you may be overdue check ups. We are working hard to get up to date with these and will be sending out reminders over coming weeks. If you know that your pet was due a booster or health check during lockdown and you have not had a reminder from us, feel free to call your usual clinic to book.
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We hope everyone is keeping safe and we look forward to seeing you all in our clinics again as soon as we are allowed to open the doors again. Thank you all for your patience and understanding so far – we appreciate that current arrangements are not ideal, but be assured we are working hard to deliver an excellent service for our patients.