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    We have a first class team of vets, nurses and support staff on hand to take care of your pets.

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.

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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.

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Do you ever wonder why your pet needs its annual booster???

Do you ever wonder why your pet needs its annual booster???

09 January 2022

Let’s look at why annual visits are important for your pet.? 

You’re probably aware that when you get a puppy or kitten, you’re going to need to visit the vet for vaccinations, flea and tick prevention and other treatments. However, to maintain your pet’s health and wellbeing, regular trips to the vets are recommended. Annual vaccinations or boosters are important to protect your pet against preventable diseases and discomfort. Here we explore some of the common questions, and myths, around the annual visit for vaccination…   

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The importance of pet insurance

The importance of pet insurance

07 January 2022

We believe that pet insurance is an important part of responsible pet ownership. Owning a pet is hugely rewarding, but it can also be expensive if they are to suffer an illness or injury.

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Calling all cats aged seven or above!

Calling all cats aged seven or above!

04 January 2022

Feline hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, commonly affects cats aged seven years or older. As your cat ages, the risk of developing hypertension increases.

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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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