Eastcott Veterinary Clinic and Hospital
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Free Puppy Parties

Puppies registered with us are welcome to come along to an Eastcott Puppy Parties. These parties help give your puppy the best start in life. It is the perfect place to chat knowledgeable staff and to swap experiences with other puppy owners.

large and small dog

Socialising is such an important part of your puppy's early development. At our puppy parties your puppy will have the chance to socialise with other pups of the same age in a safe environment.

How old to puppies have to be to attend?

Puppies need to have had their first vaccination and be under 16 weeks old to attend.

Where are the puppy parties held?

Parties are held by our nurses at our Bath Road Clinic in Old Towndacshund puppy

When are the puppy parties held?

The remaining dates for 2017 are: 11th November, 2nd December, 16th December

The provisional 2018 dates are:

6th Jan, 27th Jan, 17th Feb, 10th March, 24th March, 7th April, 28th April, 19th May, 9th June, 30th June, 14th July, 4th Aug, 18th Aug, 8th Sept, 29th Sept, 20th Oct, 10th Nov, 1st Dec, 15th Dec.

What time do they start?

Puppy parties start promptly at 1.30pm (please arrive 5 minutes before)

How can I book?

Please book your place at reception or phone 01793 528341

Can I get advice of worming, flea control and general veterinary advice?

Our nurse will be able to help you these things. If you have a problem requiring veterinary attention they will be able to arrange an appointment with a vet.

Can I get training advice? Bassett Puppy

There will be a dog trainer from Speak Dog on hand for helpful advice.

Can I bring my family?

We ask that no more that 2 family members attend because of space. An older child is welcome but it is not suitable for very young children.

A party isn't a party without a party bag!

Free Goodie bag for all puppies attending which includes a money off voucher booklet for Hills food. The is 10% off all items purchased on the day so that you can stock up on toys!

Click to view the Eastcott Vets Puppy Information Pack - a guide to caring for your puppy

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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