Multidisciplinary Specialist Referral Hospital

Intensive care unit open 24/7

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Eastcott Veterinary Referrals

Multidisciplinary Veterinary Referral Practice based at our RCVS Accredited Veterinary Hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire. Our referral hospital is led by a team of Veterinary Specialists who provide an exceptionally high level of clinical and surgical veterinary care.

The hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities in all disciplines, parking is plentiful and our team offers a warm welcome referring vets, clients and patients.

SPECIALISMS

This is what we specialise in

NEWS

What’s happening at Eastcott

Border Collie

A case of incomplete pentalogy of Cantrell in “Bo” the Border Collie.

By Gerard Olivares and Robert Weekes History and physical examination A 4-year-old male neutered Border Collie named Bo was presented to his first opinion veterinary practice with a week’s history of lethargy, exercise intolerance, weight loss, intermittent vomiting, and polyuria and polydipsia (PU/PD). Investigations included blood work, namely complete blood count (CBC), serum biochemistry, coagulation…

Ophthalmology Surgeon Receives Specialist Status

We are celebrating the success of ophthalmologist Katherine Manchip, who has passed her European Diploma exams to become a European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ECVO) specialist.  Katherine, who joined us in 2020, is the hospital’s first ECVO specialist.  For Katherine, her life-long love of ophthalmology coupled with her passion for helping animals has led her…
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Gastrointestinal disorders of cats and dogs: innovations in diagnosis and management

Gastrointestinal disorders are amongst the most common presenting complaints in small animal veterinary practice The initial diagnostic approach to the patient with gastrointestinal should include evaluation of signalment, history and physical examination. The clinician needs to establish the time frame of the clinical signs (acute, <3 weeks, or chronic, ≥3 weeks), severity, anatomical localization (upper…
Border Collie

A case of incomplete pentalogy of Cantrell in “Bo” the Border Collie.

By Gerard Olivares and Robert Weekes History and physical examination A 4-year-old male neutered Border Collie named Bo was presented to his first opinion veterinary practice with a week’s history of lethargy, exercise intolerance, weight loss, intermittent vomiting, and polyuria and polydipsia (PU/PD). Investigations included blood work, namely complete blood count (CBC), serum biochemistry, coagulation…

Ophthalmology Surgeon Receives Specialist Status

We are celebrating the success of ophthalmologist Katherine Manchip, who has passed her European Diploma exams to become a European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ECVO) specialist.  Katherine, who joined us in 2020, is the hospital’s first ECVO specialist.  For Katherine, her life-long love of ophthalmology coupled with her passion for helping animals has led her…
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Gastrointestinal disorders of cats and dogs: innovations in diagnosis and management

Gastrointestinal disorders are amongst the most common presenting complaints in small animal veterinary practice The initial diagnostic approach to the patient with gastrointestinal should include evaluation of signalment, history and physical examination. The clinician needs to establish the time frame of the clinical signs (acute, <3 weeks, or chronic, ≥3 weeks), severity, anatomical localization (upper…

What do our clients think:

Wonderful staff who showed concern and care for my beloved dog

The surgeon was brilliant - Friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and reassuring.

Lovely friendly attitude of staff and very professional service helped me to feel confident my dog would get the best possible treatment.

You put me at ease and everything was explained very clearly. You gave me confidence that Milly was in good hands. Very happy and pleased with her outcome.