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Swindon's Award Winning Vets

We have three Vet Clinics covering Swindon and the surrounding area, including Chisledon and Marlborough:

Bath Road Vet Clinic, Cricklade Road Vet Clinic, and a large Edison Park Clinic & Hospital Vet Hospital on Dorcan Way in Swindon.

Gold Cat Friendly Clinic 2023

Our vets treat and care for dogs, cats and other small pets. Our veterinary team provide first class care for clients and their pets. We are also officially a Cat Friendly Clinic too!

Our Swindon Vet Hospital is also home of Eastcott Veterinary Referrals where more difficult and complex specialist cases are seen.

Vet practice and referral care, all under one roof!

We are proud to provide our clients with all-round veterinary care at our state-of-the-art pet hospital in Swindon. As a client at Eastcott Vets, your pet will have access to the best services, including 24-hour emergency and critical care, and a wide range of specialist services such as dental care, cardiology, cancer care, and so much more. This means that they will be in safe hands with your local trusted vets, without needing to be referred elsewhere.

Learn about our referral services and facilities

Latest Eastcott Vets News

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What’s Better for My Cat: Wet or Dry Food?

A frequent question asked is whether cats should consume canned or dry food.

Fortunately, many commercial cat foods offer an excellent nutritional source, whether in the form of dry or wet cat food. However, hinges on various factors, including weight, health conditions and budget.

Deciding whether to opt for dry, canned or a combination of both is a choice you and your vet or nurse can collaboratively make to ensure the optimal health of your cat. Here's some advice on the comparison between wet and dry cat food.

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Allergies in Cats

The most common allergies in cats

Cats commonly experience four types of allergies: insects (fleas), food allergies, atopic dermatitis (triggered by house dust, pollen, and moulds) and contact allergies. While they exhibit shared physical expressions and signs, each allergy type also presents unique features. If you believe your cat is showing signs of an allergy, then speaking to a vet at Eastcott Vets to help you find a solution for making your cat more comfortable and improving their quality of life.

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Introducing Pets to Children

Children and pets can form wonderful bonds and many parents aspire for their children to grow up alongside furry companions. When introducing them for the first time, it's essential to establish a safe and comfortable environment where children and pets can begin to familiarise themselves with each other. Having pets is a great way of introducing responsibility in the home for your children. Establishing household guidelines for children (and sometimes adults) can aid in their learning and comprehension of what is expected in terms of caring for their new furry family member.

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Eastcott Vets

Edison Park Clinic & Hospital, Hindle Way, Dorcan Way, Swindon, SN3 3FR

(You may need to use SN3 3RB for sat nav)

Tel: 01793 528341

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Eastcott Vets

Bath Road Clinic, 59 Bath Road, Old Town, Swindon, SN1 4AU

Tel: 01793 528341

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Eastcott Vets

Cricklade Road Clinic, 6 Clive Parade, Swindon, SN2 1AJ

Tel: 01793 528341

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