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Archive for 2018

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Read our Winter Newsletter and keep up to date with our news and pet alerts, information and important updates that may affect you and your pets.…
Pet Passports Information in the event of a No Deal Brexit. This is particularly important for those wishing to travel and the end of March-April 2019 as they have a November 2018 deadline to have everything in place to travel with their pets within the EU.…
Building work is underway to improve our Veterinary Hospital facilities at our Swindon Veterinary Hospital and Referral Centre in Edison Park, Swindon. Many new facilities will be included in this exciting new extension.…
Ever wondered why cats are drawn to visitors who don't like cats? It is common for cats to seek out and interact with people who don't like cats whilst ignoring those that love cats.Why is this?…
Ever thought what happens to the inpatients when a vet surgery closes for the night or weekend? Read more about what happens to critical patients at vet practises and what happens at Eastcott Vets Swindon. …
Summer newsletter with topics including, hot weather advice, is it safe..? encouraging cats to drink, skin disease, dental treatment and insurance, should I play tug?, why do cats...? What happens when the surgery closes?…
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The K Laser has been added to our range of treatment options providing vets with a non-invasive, non ‘medicinal’ way of treating some conditions.…
Vets manage to remove swallowed ball using endoscopy. Young pup Ash manages to avoid surgery when Eastcott Vets and Eastcott Referrals Vets team together and manage to remove a bouncy ball.…
Pet related topics, health alerts and news in our Spring 2018 seasonal newsletter. Find out what's new at Eastcott Vets Swindon. …
Dog owners are advised to familiarise themselves with the symptoms of Albama Rot following the death of a dog in the North Wiltshire. It is believed that the dog had been walked near RAF Lyneham, Canalside and Crudwell before its death.…
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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