Reading: 0118 304 7616

Swindon: 01793 876619

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Working Hours

  • Our Swindon Vet's Klinic working hours

  • Monday - Friday

    8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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  • Saturday

    9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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    For Out of Hours - please call 01793 528341

     
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    Vet‘s Klinic Swindon

    Unit 2, Callenders, Paddington Drive Swindon, Wilts. SN5 7YW

 

Vets Klinic Swindon

 Vet’s Klinic Swindon is conveniently
located just off the Great Western
Way close to Bridgemead Sainsbury’s
and B&M, with ample parking.

What we do

Vet’s Klinic Swindon provides a range of treatments and procedures including:

• Diagnostic services

• Vaccination

• Spay and castration

• Dental care

• Titre testing

We also perform a wide range of surgical procedures in house, covered by our fair pricing policy for the best value care. These include:

• Lump removal

• Fractures

• Cruciate repair

• Laparoscopy

Look out for:

Revolutionary glass-fronted prep room, where you can see our vets and nurses treat your pet.

Separate waiting areas for cats and dogs, for a less stressful visit.

Ultra-modern medical and surgical facilities, including digital X-ray, in-house blood testing, dental suite and advanced anaesthetic monitoring.

Convenient Online booking

We’re always looking for ways to save you money while delivering the best possible care.

For example, when you book online the price you pay is based on how busy we are in the session you choose. You can prioritise convenience or price, while we can manage our vets and nurses’ time productively.

Our Services and pricing

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Our consultation and follow-up appointments are 15 minutes long to allow us to conduct a thorough assessment of your pets’ condition.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Routine Consult £48 £43
Follow up consult £39
Prescription health check £42 £38

To book a consultation, please click to register or book here:

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Our dental prices include anesthetic, scale and polish, full oral assessment and three days post operative pain medication. Additional charges apply for extractions depending on the type of tooth. Generally single rooted incisor teeth are charged at £11, double rooted molar teeth £22 and triple rooted are the large canine teeth £33. A full discussion on costs would occur on admission and throughout the procedure as required.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Cat dental Includes Dental radiography as standard £299 £259
Dog Dental <10 kgs £282 £239
Dog Dental 10 – 20 kgs £294 £251
Dog Dental 20 – 40 kgs £318 £275
Dog Dental > 40 kgs £354 £311
Whole mouth dental Xray series £70 £70

To book an appointment, please click to register or book here:

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Our imaging prices do NOT include sedation or anaesthesia if required. The additional cost will vary depending on the size of patient and length of procedure and can range from £75 to £225. Other services are available, please contact the Klinic to discuss these further.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
X-Ray First Image £110
X-Ray additional image £70
X-ray Series ( 5 or more images) £350
Diagnostic Ultrasound Abdominal £135
Pregnancy Diagnosis Ultrasound includes consult £90

To book an appointment, please click to register or book here:

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Our preventative Health care plan allows you to split the cost and save on the price of your pet’s vaccinations and flea and worm treatment. What’s more, the medications are posted to your door so you don’t need to worry about visiting the practice to collect them or missing out if you forget!

Standard Price
Cat £12.75
Small dog <10 kgs £10.80
Medium dog 10 – 20 kgs £12.90
Large dog > 20 kgs £15.30
Giant dog > 40 kgs £17.70

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Prices include three days post-operative pain medication, post-operative checks and buster collars. We have no hidden extras!

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Dog Castrate <10 kg £210 £199
Dog Castrate 10-20 kgs £225 £210
Dog Castrate 20 – 40 kgs £240 £225
Dog Castrate >40 kgs £250 £235
Bitch Spay <10 kgs £270 £250
Bitch Spay 10 – 20 kgs £295 £270
Bitch Spay 20 – 40 kgs £330 £305
Bitch Spay >40 kgs £395 £365

To book, new customers please register first. For existing customers, please click through to your account and book there.

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Vaccinations include a physical examination as well as weight and microchip checks. We also offer Titre testing for dogs if you would prefer to check if your pet requires a booster and the cost of this test includes any vaccinations which may subsequently be required.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Puppy Course Includes vaccine course, flea and worm treatment £60 £52
Dog Booster Vaccine Lepto 2 used as standard. Lepto 4 available upon request for a small additional charge £50 £45
Vaccine Titre blood test including vaccinations £80 £67.5
Kennel cough £45 £40
Add on Kennel Cough at the time of Booster £25 £20
Rabies Vaccine £75 £65
Kitten Course Includes Vaccine course, flea and worm treatment and free bag of kitten treats £70 £62
Cat Booster £65 £57
Rabbit Vaccine Includes Myxomatosis, VHD 1 and 2 £75 £70

To book an appointment, please click to register or book here:

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Prices include routine post-operative pain medication, post-operative checks and buster collars. We have no hidden extras!

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Cat Castrate £78 £68
Cat Spay £105 £95

To book, new customers please register first. For existing customers, please click through to your account and book there.

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Prices include three days post-operative pain medication, gut simulant, fluids and post-operative checks. We have no hidden extras!

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Rabbit Castrate £90 £80
Rabbit Spay £115 £99

To book, new customers please register first. For existing customers, please click through to your account and book there.

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Prices include post-operative pain medication, post-operative checks and buster collars and we also offer a direct claim service for insured animals. Standard prices represent those for large breed dogs and minimum those for pets under 10 kilos. Please call or arrange an appointment if you would like further details.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Mass removal < 1 cm incision £371 £335
Mass removal 1 – 3cm incision £426 £390
Mass removal 3 – 10 cm incision £588 £540
Mass removal >10 cm incision £710 £630
Histology Cost of submission to external laboratory for analysis £110.97
Met Screen For some masses you may be advised to have X-ray’s to look for evidence of spread. Price includes three separate chest X-rays £99

To book, new customers please register first. For existing customers, please click through to your account and book there.

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We offer a range of non-routine soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries. Below is a price guide for some of the more common procedures with minimum prices reflecting the cost for patients less than 10 kilos and standard for giant dogs if applicable . Costs are for surgery only and additional fees may apply for appropriate tests, fluids and medications. Please call or book an appointment to discuss further, for a more accurate price, or for other procedures not listed. We offer a direct claim service for those patients who are insured.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Pyometra £703 £462
Caesarean Section Dog £860 £750
Caesarean Section Cat £550 £550
Cystotomy £900 £900
Splenectomy £800 £800
Cruciate Repair £Request price
Simple Fracture Repair £1500
Complex Fracture Repair £2300
Medial Patellae Luxation £1500
Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) £1500
TPLA (size dependent) £2200 to £2700
Total Ear Canal Ablation (TECA) £1900

To book, new customers please register first. For existing customers, please click through to your account and book there.

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We perform many other procedures and services not listed on our website, so please give us a call if you were unable to find what you were looking for. Some of the other services offered include free weight checks and nail clips which can be booked as stand-a-lone or add-on appointments.

Standard Price Minimum Online Price
Weight Checks £Free
Nail Clip £22 £18
Anal Gland Expression £22 £18
Puppy/kitten checks with the nurse £Free
Microchip £22 £18

To book, new customers please register first. For existing customers, please click through to your account and book there.

Based on reviews

First Klass Healthcare Plan

Spread the cost and save up to 20%.

Join our First Klass Healthcare Plan and you can make big savings on preventative treatments such as worming tablets, flea control and vaccinations.

We’ll even post your pet’s medication direct to your door.

Existing customer?

Not a customer yet?

No problem, it only takes a couple of minutes to register with Vet’s Klinic. If you’re switching from another vet, we’ll handle the paperwork.

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