Pet Ambulance service helping pets across our region

West Yorkshire Pet Ambulance, who’s base is in Middleton, was launched in January this year by veterinary responder Daniel Jordan.

The service operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year providing vet transport for pets across West Yorkshire.

“I’ve worked with animals all my working life and enjoy helping others, people find it reassuring to know someone is on the end of the phone day or night if there pets need help. We work with all vets across the region who do a fantastic job” said Daniel.

The service, while relatively new, has already helped over one hundred animals and there are plans to expand later this year.

A full range of equipment is carried onboard the pet ambulance, including a pet stretcher; fully stocked First Aid Kit; oxygen; onboard CCTV; and vet bedding to deal with a range of medical situations.

If you need to use the pet ambulance call: (0113) 460 1615.

Details of all their services can be found on our website:


This post is based on a press release issued by West Yorkshire Pet Ambulance


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One Reply to “Pet Ambulance service helping pets across our region”

  1. This is the first time I’ve heard of this wonderful service, thank you to Daniel Jordan and everyone involved for providing help to people’s much loved pets

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