24 Hour Emergency and Critical Care

Vets and nurses on the premises 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
If you need us for an urgent enquiry of an emergency just call, we answer the phone 24 hours a day (01235) 524 777. Emergencies in the night are seen at our Abingdon Veterinary Surgery. Please note we have a reduced staffing level at night so we would kindly ask that for routine enquiries and appointments you call during our main opening hours.

Abingdon Veterinary Surgery
The Vineyard,
OX14 3NR
T. (01235) 524 777
E. abingdonhospital@abivale.com
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Posted 14th February 2019

We say this at Christmas, we say this at Easter, we say this at Valentine's Day...

Toxicity Warning!!!

Toxicity Warning!!!

Posted 12th February 2019

Lilies are extremely toxic to our cats and even a small amount of pollen can cause irreversible kidney failure. With so many flowers being delivered in the next few days, please be extra vigilant. If you're buying the flowers - avoid a bouquet with lilies. If there is any chance your cat has ingested ANY amount of pollen, please call us immediately.

Travelling Abroad

Travelling Abroad

Posted 12th February 2019

Planning on travelling abroad with your pet after March 29th? The future of pet passport requirements is unknown, so make sure you think ahead and book an appointment with one of our vets to discuss additional requirements.

Love is...

Love is...

Posted 9th February 2019

...letting them sleep wherever and however they like!

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