01254 53622(24 hour emergency)

New Emergency Out of Hours Service

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We all know that our pets can become ill at any time, day or night. So at Daisy Street Vets Blackburn, we aim to provide medical emergency care, that is easily accessible and of a high standard.

From today, we are using a like-minded, small animal practice in Burnley to provide all of our "Out-of-hours" emergency cover. 

We have chosen Oakmount Veterinary Centre due to its high standard of care and hospitalisation facilities as well as its more convenient location, being just 15-20 minutes from Daisy Street.

Oakmount Veterinary Centre

Take a look at our "Emergency Out of Hours Service" page for more details.

In case of emergency, still phone us on 01254 53622. 

You will hear an answer machine message that gives you all the instructions of who to ring, have a pen and paper handy.

Please keep these instructions to hand for emergencies.

  • We pay Oakmount Veterinary Centre to take your calls and be on duty for you all year round. Telephone advice is free 24/7.
  • You pay Oakmount Veterinary Centre only when you need to use their services, and this is claimable on your pet’s health insurance (exclusions may apply).

Please take a look at our "Emergency Out of Hours page" for the directions to Oakmount Veterinary Centre.

If your pet does need to use Oakmounts emergency service, their notes will be forwarded to us the following working day. Please feel free to contact us about on-going care or to ask any questions you may have on 01254 53622.

Want more information?

Take a look why we use an emergency service and don't provide our own cover or do you need more information how to transport your pet? Then take a look at  "What to do with a poorly pet

Our normal opening hours are:

Mon–Fri :8.30am–- 6.00pm
Sat.: 8.30 am – 12.00pm

Reception is open for telephone enquiries, sales and prescriptions throughout the above times. Consultations are by appointment.

Emergencies will be seen at any time during working hours. Please try to phone to tell us you are on your way, and to get advice about first aid or how to transport your pet.

We hope that your pet never needs to use the Emergency Service, but if they do, feel assured you are getting the best local care.

Emergency Service


6th June 2016, 18:00
Page updated 8th Feb 2017, 07:16
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