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Pets at Home recall cat foods over health fears.Three cats needed to be seen by vets just weeks after starting to eat food from the AVA range. They suffered:sudden collapse, fitting, widespread twitching and general unsteadiness…
FULLY BOOKED Veterinary Careers Evening 18th May 2017. Come and find out more about a career as a vet or veterinary nurse. Meet the team and find out more.…
The Lydiard Bark is a charity dog show held annually. It is family friendly with the emphasis on fun. There are a variety of classes to suit all breeds, shapes and sizes! The Dog Show has doggie friendly competitions and stalls.…
RVHD2 Vaccine for Rabbits now available to help protect rabbits against this deadly new variant disease. …
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Appointments can be booked by phone or online using our online booking facility. Clients moving vets and appointments for emergencies should be booked by phone.…
Winter Vet Newsletter from Eastcott Vets covering topical pet health care news and pet news from the Swindon area. This newsletter covers lungworm in dogs, paracetamol poisoning in cats, and information about spot on preparations causing serious poisoning in cats, training your hamster not to bite and other articles…
Retired greyhounds are looking for new homes. Contrary to popular belief, greyhounds do not need lots of exercise. Read more about how you can offer a greyhound a new home.…
Confirmed cases of lungworm in a Swindon dog. Read about the symptoms, how dogs can contract lungworm and how they can be treated and protected.…
Changes to Direct Insurance Claims for Ultimate Pet Partners Group and Equine and Livestock (E & L) or petinsurance.co.uk.We are no longer able to process Direct Insurance claims for companies in this group.…
Lydiard Bark 2016 was a huge success raising £2300 for the chosen charity. Read Rachel's story, the winner of Best in Show…
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Eastcott Veterinary Clinic & Hospital
Edison Business Park
Hindle Way, Off Dorcan Way,
Swindon
Wiltshire,
SN3 3FR

Telephone: 01793 528341
email: enquiries@eastcottvets.co.uk