YOUR INDEPENDENT EQUINE VETS
Rowe Equine is a family-run, independent equine practice run by Nelson & Thomasia Rowe based at The Equine Clinic, Bradley Green, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. We cover a large area spanning one hour's travel time from our clinic.
Providing your 24/7 veterinary expertise are our vets: Nelson Rowe, Shara Peggrem and Emma Turner.
For non-emergency work, you will usually be able to see the vet of your choice and they will be happy to provide you with advice over the telephone when a visit is not necessarily required. This personal service ensures that we get to know you and your horse very well over time, which in turn enables us to provide a consistent and high quality level of service and care you would expect from a family-run practice.
As well as high clinical standards, we have an extremely knowledgeable office team who also assist vets with procedures and advise owners on practical day-to-day care, worming, vaccinations and supplements.
The first step to registering as a client with our friendly & professional practice is to complete the Horse Registration form and one of our team will be in touch with you shortly. A ‘Welcome’ pack will also be posted out to you giving more details about Rowe Equine, our Equine Health Plan and other useful information.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: COVID 19
In these unprecedented times, we are continuing to work with the current government advice to ensure we can deliver the best veterinary care possible.
At the moment we will continue to provide both routine and emergency veterinary care, however we will be taking all necessary precautions to make this safe for both our clients and staff.
We ask that if you are experiencing potential symptoms or are self-isolating, that you inform us at the time of booking your appointment, and you find a suitable person to be present. If this is not possible, or you would rather not be present for other reasons, we will bring a competent assistant if necessary. We will need to maintain verbal communication throughout the visit to enable informed consent for any veterinary treatment.
We’re always happy to offer our clients phone advice where appropriate, but we ask that you phone before sending photos or videos.
As the situation changes, we will keep you up to date with the services we are able to provide. We ask for your patience and understanding during these uncertain times.