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
Pet Health Club

Our Pet Health Club allows you to spread the cost of caring for your pet throughout the year. It covers all of your pet's routine health care needs

Abivale News

  • Pet Health Club Small Dog

    Small dog (under 10Kg) - only £12.50 per month. On average customers save £148 in the first year. Monthly cost is based on adult size of the dog.

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  • Pet Health Club Cat

    From vaccines, year round parasite treatment and nail clipping, our cat plan has everything they need to stay healthy for just £12.50 a month.

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  • Pet Heath Club Rabbit

    Health plans that cut the costs of routine care... Abivale Vets Pet Health Club isn't just for cats and dogs! Our plans include huge savings for bunnies as well. For just £7.80 you can protect your bunny throughout the year!

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Just like you, we work hard and spend wisely. So we’re happy to offer our clients terrific value for money.

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Latest Blog

Thinking about pet ownership?

Thinking about pet ownership?

Posted 12th October 2018

Why not consider adoption? Rescue charities across the country are bursting at the seams with lovely dogs and cats who just need a second chance. Could you be their forever home?

'Tis the season for conkers!

'Tis the season for conkers!

Posted 12th October 2018

While these little fellows generally don't cause any toxicity, some dogs may suffer from vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps after eating them. Most importantly, these can cause a real risk of intestinal obstruction. If your dog manages to eat one of these, please give us a call at any of our branches for advice.

Do you recognise this girl?

Do you recognise this girl?

Posted 9th October 2018

She was found on Saturday wandering along Stert Street in Abingdon very wet and cold. She has since made a fabulous recovery and is ready to make her way back home. Please contact us at our Abingdon clinic if you are missing her 01235 524777.

Back in town...

Back in town...

Posted 8th October 2018

The Abingdon fair is back in town for another year so remember to allow extra travel time if you have an appointment at our Abingdon clinic this afternoon or evening, and again tomorrow.

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