Pet Health Advice

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So proud of our staff

We are so proud of our staff who have been are doing an incredible job during the Covid Crisis serving all our patients

Best Ever Results!

Best Ever Results!

Oak House Vets have had their best ever year in the annual prestigious Pet Plan Awards

January 2021 Lockdown Covid Update

January 2021 Lockdown Covid Update

As we enter the 3rd Lockdown in January we would like to reassure you that Oak House Vets will be open and be able to continue providing essential care for your pets

More News

Our latest news and tips

Pet Health Plan

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Latest Offers

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Emergencies

Emergencies & After Hours

FAQ's

What happens in an emergency?

In the event of needing to contact the duty vet out of hours, please ring one of the normal surgery numbers and listen to the directions given on the answer machine.

What about payment?

We try to keep our fees reasonable, but they also have to be realistic and reflect the level of care provided. We ask that payment is made at the time of treatment. For your convenience, we accept Delta, Switch, Visa and Access cards.

What is the best choice for my pet?

Save money and protect your pet with the Oak House Pet Health Club. Check out all the membership benefits and see how much you could save.

Save money and protect your pet with the Oak House Pet Health Club. Check out all the membership benefits and see how much you could save

Find out what a Day In the Life of Oak House Vets is like by watching our video

Testimonials

I love Oak House Vets. I moved from a surgery, which was taken over by a corporate vets and it lost that old-fashioned personal touch, which I like. Everyone here is so helpful and pleasant and Andrew is a fantastic vet & a lovely person. It makes taking your beloved pet to the vets much less stressful.

Vivi Steels

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