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Archive for 2017

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Read our Autumn Vet Newsletter for pet owners and animal lovers. Current pet news and developments in veterinary care. Read about passive smoking, our free weight clinics, heart murmurs, coping with the loss of a pet and Eastcott Vets' news and pet information.…
Coping with saying goodbye to a much loved pet can be a time of mixed and raw emotions. Some people experience intense feelings of grief, similar to a human loss. Advice on how to cope during this difficult time.…
A Sticky Situation. People traditionally throw sticks for their dogs but many are unaware of how dangerous this can be.…
Why do cats purr? Purring is an extraordinary sound and it isn’t exactly clear how cats do it. Read more about why cats purr.…
Caring for small pets during the hot weather. Rabbits and small caged pets require careful care and regular monitoring during the hot summer months.…
How to keep dog and cat microchips up to date or change details. Dogs and puppies and dogs over the age of 8 weeks must be mirco-chipped. It will also be an offence not to have your dog's microchip details up to date. We also strongly advise that cats are micro-chipped…
Money off for you and your friend when you introduce them to Eastcott Vets Swindon plus entry into our prize draw.…
Summer 2017 newsletter for pet owners with interesting and informative topics for dog, cat and small pet owners including Seasonal Respiratory Disease, Hyperthyroidism in cats, Throwing sticks for dogs, why cats purr, warm weather and small pets, Alabama Rot updates, Microchip update and other interesting pet related content.…
Swindon Vets Spring Newsletter 2017. Read pet related topics, news and interesting articles. Or pet newsletter covers seasonal topics for pet owners and keeps them up to date with pet news from the local area.…
Over socialising puppies and dogs. Socialisation is a vital part of puppy training, it is however possible to over socialise a puppy which can result in problems.…
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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