Flynn Vets arrangements during the Corona Virus crisis – Updated 4 June 2020
During these worrying times, please be assured that we continue to provide veterinary care for urgent and emergency cases and we can still be contacted 24 hours a day.
Our telephones are still manned 24 hours per day, so in emergency situations, call as soon as possible, if you get an Out of Hours message Press 1 and the emergency vet will deal with your case.
Weekdays: Our Balmoral and Commons Brae clinics are both now open Monday to Friday 9am-3pm.
The Ballynahinch clinic is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 9.30am and 11.30am.
Weekends: One clinic will operate Saturdays 9am-3pm, alternating between Balmoral and Commons Brae – please call to check which clinic is open.
Sundays 10am-11am – emergency clinic (again will alternate between Balmoral and Commons Brae – please call to check before travelling).
Pre ordered and pre paid pet food and prescriptions can be collected during clinic times. Please continue to give as much notice as possible for medications – we require at least 24 hours notice for orders of medication.
We are now able to provide appointments for booster vaccinations and neutering – call your usual clinic to book an appointment.
When seeing patients, we will adhere to strict social distancing rules – please do not be offended if we ask that you remain outside the clinic while we treat your pet.
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We hope all of our valued clients remain safe throughout these difficult times and we look forward to seeing you all again when the crisis has ended. 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.