PetsnVets Scotstoun Practice has reopened after suffering fire damage.
Pets’n’Vets Scotstoun will resume a full service for pets including vaccinations, prescriptions and some urgent and emergency care.
Patients will also benefit from a new state-of-the-art laboratory at the Dumbarton Road practice which will help in the diagnosis of injuries and illnesses.
Clients will also recognise familiar faces as Karen Busby continues as practice manager, while Carrie Grant, Lee Shrigley and Josie Laing resume their veterinary roles.
Also returning to their positions are veterinary nurse Jen McKenzie and primary care assistants Joanne Dolan and Katie Barr.
There are new additions to our team courtesy of the arrival of vet surgeon Niall Boyd, who starts immediately, and experienced veterinary nurse Julie Busby, who starts in April.
Julie, who has a wealth of exotic knowledge, will drive nurse consulting at both the Scotstoun and Pets’n’Vets Roundhouse hospital.
Practice manager Katie said: “It’s great to be re-opening our doors. We’re all really excited to have a new laboratory and to be welcoming two new members to the dedicated team.”
Meanwhile, McDonald Vets in Queen Margaret Drive continues to offer consultations between 9am and 6pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.