After having been a veterinary surgery for over 50 years, our clinic at 277 Woodborough Road will be seeing its last patients and will close on Saturday 13th October.

Woodborough Road, as it is known to all who have worked there, holds many memories for all the staff, clients & even pets that have worked or been treated there.

It has been at the centre of our practice and we are delighted that the beautiful old Victorian building has been bought with the view to be developed into 5 luxury apartments.

We have not taken the decision to close the clinic lightly but we have found that with the establishment and ongoing expansion of our main Mapperley Plains surgery, the focus of the practice has shifted.

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We have made this move to ensure that we are able to continue to provide the high standards of care and service to our clients and their pets.

Our other busy surgery at 26-28 Station Road, Carlton will con-tinue to run as before and we will look at offering more appoint-ment slots at Mapperley Plains to help cope with the increased demand.

If any clients have any concerns about attending our surgeries at 333 Mapperley Plains or 26-28 Station Road, Carlton then please contact our receptions for advice on 0115 9667920 (Mapperley) or 0115 9875665(Carlton).

This is very much the end of an era for the practice and we wish to thank all our clients who have supported us over the years.

We look forward to continue to provide the best of care to our owners and their pets – new and old, in the future.

We welcome new clients from Nottingham and beyond to our surgeries

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

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

January 2021 Lockdown Covid Update

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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