Vet’s Klinic Centres

Vet’s Klinic state-of-the-art veterinary centres are designed to enable our team of experts to deliver the very best care for your pets in an open and transparent way. We believe that letting you see us at work helps ensure we always operate to the very highest standards, giving you the confidence that your pets are in the best hands. Our glass fronted clinical areas and the use of video and photos on your pet’s medical records are fundamental parts of Vet’s Klinic and set us apart from traditional practices.

Our first centre is in Swindon, conveniently located just off the Great Western Way close to Bridgemead Sainsbury’s and Homebase, and with ample parking. The centre features:

  • Revolutionary glass-fronted prep room, allowing you to see our vets and nurses at work caring for your pets
  • Separate waiting areas for dogs and cats, helping to reduce the stress of a visit to the vets
  • Media studio for live broadcasts on Vet’s Klinic TV
  • State-of-the-art medical and surgical facilities including digital x-ray, in-house blood testing, dental suite and advanced anaesthetic monitoring

Vet’s Klinic Swindon is open from 8am-7pm Monday to Friday, and from 9am-4pm on Saturdays and Bank Holidays. You can book online or call the Klinic on 01793 876619. The address is Unit 2 Callenders, Paddington Drive, Swindon SN5 7YW

Out of hours care

Out of hours we refer our clients to Eastcott Referral Hospital , Edison Park, Hindle Way, Dorcan Way, Swindon, SN3 3FR (or for Sat Nav SN3 3RB). Calling the ordinary Klinic number - 01793 876619 will automatically transfer you to the out of hours service when we are closed.

Client testimonials

Hugely impressed with the staff and facilities. Everyone was so friendly and the online pet timeline…
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Emily Small (and WILSON)
Brilliant service, friendly staff, exceptional prices & the care my puppies received was amazing. Th…
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Louise Carpenter (and Costa)
Thank you for looking after Simba today brilliant staff and very friendly. Very impressed with every…
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Lorraine Douglas (and simba)