COVID-19 Updates and Information

Our Main Hospital and all Branches are now open

Drove Veterinary Hospital Services (updated 19th June)

The hospital is open 8.30am to 7.30pm Monday - Friday and 9am - 5pm Saturday & Sunday to see all patients with an emergency service operating 24/7.

All our Branches are open Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:30 Our Stratton and Ridgeway Farm Branches will also be open 9am – 5pm on Saturdays .

We are able to offer telephone and video consultations as well as face to face consultations.

If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please ring us for advice.

  • For clients in isolation or concerned with travelling we are offering both phone and video consultations for initial assessment and this may be sufficient to avoid the need for a hospital visit.
  • For clients bringing pets to the hospital or any of our branches we have set up stringent protocols to minimise risk of cross infection between clients and staff. Members of staff can discuss your concerns, assess your pet and give treatment recommendations without clients needing to enter the premises themselves.

*Please note we are currently prioritising Booster Vaccinations that lapsed during the lockdown, so please do not worry if your reminder is received slightly later than normal. Booster vaccinations can be delayed at minimal risk for up to 3 months.

Please read Instructions for a safe visit to Drove Veterinary Hospital before arriving at the Hospital.

A 24/7 service here for you and your pet.

Our Main Hospital at Croft Road, Wroughton and all of our branches are now open.

All Branches are able to provide you with repeat prescriptions (this includes Flea and Worming treatments). Wherever possible please order these via our website on our Repeat Prescriptions page if not, please call your local branch or the main hospital on 01793 522483 to pre order and arrange collection. In certain circumstances we are offering a postal service.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during these times. Whilst our primary concern is client and staff safety we are absolutely committed to ensuring none of our patients suffer unduly during this period. Again, if you have any concerns regarding your pet’s health or welfare please contact us so we can discuss the best course of action.