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Banbury Road
Chipping Norton
OX7 5SY

Telephone 01608 642547
for all enquiries, appointments and to reach the emergency out of hours services.

Emergency No. 01608 642547

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05 Oct

***FOUND***
Tabby and white, male entire, young adult cat. He has no microchip but we need to contact the owners ASAP. He has been seen around Deddington for the last couple of weeks but has now been injured. He is stable and in the hospital with us being treated. Please contact reception if you have any information 01608 642547


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27 Sep

PETS PASSPORTS

The APHA have released some guidelines on what might happen to PETS passports in the light of a "no deal" Brexit. The situation is dynamic and may change in the future.

In one scenario we might have to re-introduce blood testing 1 month after vaccinating and at least 3 months before travelling, meaning some animals wanting to travel to the EU after March 30th will need vaccinating as early as November this year.

Current guidlines are avaliable at
https://www.gov.uk/…/taking-your-pet-abroad-if-theres-no-br…

Feel free to call and speak to one of our vets if you have any questions or concerns.


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Welcome To Chipping Norton Veterinary Hospital

Chipping Norton Veterinary Hospital is a truly mixed practice, treating an unusually wide range of animals. The Hospital staff have extensive experience in treating dogs, cats, rabbits, all species of smaller domestic animal, all farm species, camelids, pheasants and other game birds, backyard poultry, falconry birds, and a wide range of exotic species including reptiles, parrots and zoo animals.

Our staff have clinical experience in all areas of veterinary practice and have special interests in zoo animals and exotic pets, internal medicine, emergency and critical care, orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery, ophthalmology, dermatology, dentistry and radiography and ultrasound imaging for all domestic species.  In addition, a specialist veterinary ophthalmologist, a specialist orthopaedic surgeon and an expert dermatologist visit regularly.

We operate referral services for radioiodine treatment of hyperthyroid cats, and for all treatment of all species of exotic pets including small mammals, birds and reptiles.

We also run a boarding cattery.

Our main hospital is in Chipping Norton here and we have branch surgeries in Burford here and in Bloxham here near Banbury.

Emergency
information
Contact us

Latest Facebook posts

05 Oct

***FOUND***
Tabby and white, male entire, young adult cat. He has no microchip but we need to contact the owners ASAP. He has been seen around Deddington for the last couple of weeks but has now been injured. He is stable and in the hospital with us being treated. Please contact reception if you have any information 01608 642547


Read more

27 Sep

PETS PASSPORTS

The APHA have released some guidelines on what might happen to PETS passports in the light of a "no deal" Brexit. The situation is dynamic and may change in the future.

In one scenario we might have to re-introduce blood testing 1 month after vaccinating and at least 3 months before travelling, meaning some animals wanting to travel to the EU after March 30th will need vaccinating as early as November this year.

Current guidlines are avaliable at
https://www.gov.uk/…/taking-your-pet-abroad-if-theres-no-br…

Feel free to call and speak to one of our vets if you have any questions or concerns.


Read more