Previously known as Danetree Vets, our team here in Faringdon - led by partner and veterinary surgeon, Graham Pursey - are dedicated to delivering amazing client and patient care. Your pet's welfare is our number one priority. We're a member of the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) and have been awarded a silver cat friendly centre accreditation. We also have separate cat and dog entrances and wards to ensure your pet has a stress-free experience. We're always happy to assist with your queries, so please do give us a call or pop in to see us for a friendly chat.
The following services are available from Medivet The Vets Faringdon:
Medivet The Vets Faringdon also have access to the following facilities and services via our hub and spoke model
We can transfer your pet to our very own 24-hour veterinary hospital in Woodstock, where our dedicated team will provide your companion with round-the-clock care in an emergency.
Here, we have access to state-of-the-art equipment which allows us to provide your pet with the highest standard of care. We also have 24-hour access to your pet’s clinical records – through our integrated system – so we can update you on your pet’s progress whenever you feel the need.
If we are closed and your pet requires emergency care, please call us as usual and our phone line will direct you accordingly.
62 Hensington Road, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1JL
24 hours 365 days a year
Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
Head Veterinary Nurse
Student Veterinary Nurse
Client Care Assistant
Regional Director and Senior Partner
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