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Cotts Equine: Comprehensive equine care across South Wales

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From our RCVS approved equine hospital in Narberth and our new branch equine practice in Bridgend, Cotts Equine give you access to 21st Century specialist equine care across South Wales.

On our website you will find details of our services, background on the staff and veterinary surgeons and a regularly updated library of equine factsheets to help you learn more about the veterinary care of your animal.

Please contact our hospital or vets directly for enquiries tailored to your animal. You will find that they are always happy to help.

New clients

Download a PDF copy of our Terms & Conditions of Business

Pay invoices online

Registered clients can now pay their invoices online for more convenience. Visit our secure payment page.

Wales' First Equine Hospital

Find out more about Cotts Equine: download a PDF brochure

Clinical pathology

Cotts Equine Hospital offers clinical pathology services specifically for equine practitioners. Whether you are simply looking for reliable haematology, biochemistry or cytological analysis, or you wish to discuss the clinical plan for a case, we can help.

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Cotts Equine Hospital, Narberth

Call 01834 860871 (24 hrs)

Hospital info

Out of Hours

(Weekdays before 08:30/after 17:30 and all weekend)

Registered clients can call the number above to reach our answering service. They will take a message and then contact our 24 hour emergency vet immediately.

Cotts Equine, Bridgend Branch

Call 01656 750035 (24 hrs)

Branch info

Out of Hours

(Weekdays before 08:30/after 17:30 plus weekends & Bank Holidays)

Registered clients can call the number above to reach our answering service. They will take a message and then contact our 24 hour emergency vet immediately.

Informative image: Does your animal need to see us? Is it urgent? Check our online symptom guide to find out