Our dedicated team of mobile vets can be found on the road covering a large area which currently stretches from Cheltenham to Trowbridge and Chepstow to Swindon.
We have four mobile equine clinics from which our highly qualified vets provide all aspects of regular as well as advanced equine veterinary care.
Office opening hours: Monday - Friday 8.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m. (24/7 for emergencies)
For more information about your local clinic, please select the clinic from the boxes above.
Breadstone: 01453 811867
Failand: 01275 392956
Stretcholt: 01278 229129
Willesley: 01666 880501
BSL Users are able to contact all of our clinics using SignVideo. Please click on the clinic page to access the service for that clinic.
Across the practice each branch runs zone days where a reduced visit charge of £10 applies. By grouping calls together we can work more efficiently and pass the savings on to you. The £10 charge represents a considerable saving on our regular visit fees.
Zone day appointments are available for routine work such as vaccinations, microchipping, teeth rasping or re-examinations.
When making your zone day appointment we cannot guarantee requests for specific vets or specific times, however we will always try to accommodate requests for morning or afternoon visits where possible. To book a zone day visit, call your local branch and ask to make a zone day appointment. Your booking will be taken and then you will be called back after 4pm the day before your zone day or after 4pm on Friday, if your zone day is on the Monday, to be advised of your allocated time. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee requests for specific vets.
You will be asked to make payment for the visit and treatment at the time of booking.
For a map of your local clinic's zone days, please select the clinic from the drop down menu.
If you book an appointment for 3 or more horses, you will not be charged a visit fee. Unlike Zone Days, you can choose a date and time to suit you (subject to availability) and are not restricted to routine treatment only.
The horses do not have to all belong to you so you can group together with yard mates to take advantage of this saving. By grouping together, you save money and we save fuel, which is better for you and better for the environment.