Christmas Opening Hours
Christmas eve: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Christmas day: Closed
Boxing day: Closed
New Year's Eve: 9:00am – 4:00pm
New Year's Day: Closed
Meet the team
Practice Owner & Veterinary Surgeon
BVetMed PGCert (Small Animal Surgery) MRCVS, RCVS Recognised Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery
Practice Owner & Veterinary Surgeon
BSc (Hons) BVetMed (Hons) MRCVS
I studied at the University of Nottingham where I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine and Science with honours, before ultimately graduating with a First Class degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery in 2017. I couldn’t have asked for a more passionate and strong team to join here at Vets4Pets Abingdon & Oxford.
I thoroughly enjoy all areas of veterinary medicine and surgery. As well as loving the clinical side, I also take much pleasure in meeting and forming relationships with all of our patients and clients.
Away from veterinary life, I enjoy being outdoors and staying active. I’ve recently taken up running and have loved the challenge of completing a few half marathons. At university I was a keen footballer, playing for the women’s football team for several years. I also gained many skills and enjoyed getting stuck in with the Officers’ Training Corps. By far my biggest challenge currently is trying to tire my bonkers Cypriot doggo – Lucky the pointer cross, on long country walks and runs.
I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2017 and was very excited to join the team at Vets4Pets Abingdon and Oxford, working with such fantastic and supportive colleagues.
I really enjoy all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery and love meeting new clients and pets.
I have a dog named Basil and a horse named Ted, so most of my spare time is taken up looking after them, however I also enjoy sewing and baking at home!
I completed an FdSc degree in Veterinary Nursing before topping up to a BSc (hons) in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management at Harper Adams University, graduating in 2010. I am very passionate about nursing and delivering the highest standards and best care to my patients. I started at Abingdon when it very first opened in March 2016 and became head nurse later the same year. I also help with our students nurse training.
Away from nursing you will likely find me baking or salsa dancing. I love travelling, exploring new parts of the world and being adventurous. After 3 years working as a locum, I very much look forward to my new role at this brand new surgery and meeting all our new clients and pets
I began my Veterinary Nursing career in 2011 at a first opinion practice in Reading. I completed the Veterinary Nursing Diploma and loved this route into veterinary nursing as I was able to start getting experience straight away and build my experience alongside learning. I began my work based training at small animal practice in Reading, this is where the majority of my training took place and started off my career as a Veterinary Nurse. I then moved to a practice in Newbury which was emergency out of hours, hospital-based and open 24/7. I nursed critical patients intensively throughout the day and night and managed to see and deal with so many different conditions, surgeries and animals.
I really enjoy both medical and surgical aspects of veterinary nursing in small animals but have also gained experience in equine nursing, farm animal and exotics! I really miss equine nursing and feel lucky I was able to work in a referral equine hospital. A year after qualifying I was then able to run my own branch as Head Veterinary Nurse. I really enjoyed being able to do the organisation and client care side of the veterinary industry. I started here in 2016 when the practice had only been open a few months and became Head Nurse here when Joe and Dan also started running the Botley Branch.
I have a bouncy fox-red Labrador called Ronnie (aka Big Ron) who keeps me very busy outside of work! Typical girl who loves all things to do with shopping, socialising and exploring.
I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1997. I have always had a passion for animals and knew that I was going to be a Veterinary nurse from an early age.
I moved up to Oxfordshire after marrying my husband in 2001 and joined the Vets4pets team Oxford in 2015.
I am lucky that my job is part-time so I can juggle being a mum to my two children and still be able to do the best job in the world. My family also includes our Beautiful Labrador, Alice-Betty, Princess Pip who is a Cocker Spaniel, Humphrey and Maggie, two very fluffy rabbits and our cat Bella that is in charge of us all!
I have a real passion for working with all animals and treat every single one of them as if they were my own. I especially love working with naughty cats and enjoy doing nurse clinics.
Outside of work I enjoy walking my dogs, clay shooting, socialising with friends as well as being a soccer mum!
I am a registered veterinary nurse and have been with the practice since May 2017. I have a keen interest in exotics and weight clinics.
I am involved in all aspects of the nursing care when your pet comes to stay with us. I have a naughty Russian hamster and a marine fish tank that keeps me busy in my spare time.
I have kept many different species of animal over the years and have a huge love for rescue and challenging pets, with a particular passion for wildlife and exotics.
I have been with the practice since February 2015 where I started my journey as a Veterinary Care Assistant and recently started training to become a Veterinary Nurse. There hasn’t been a time where I’ve not worked with animals. I have studied different animal sectors such as Animal Management, Agriculture and Equine Studies and worked in a pet shop with a large arrange of species. I feel very lucky to have the job role I have, helping sick animals and even more lucky to have a great team to work with.
I currently own a variety of creatures this includes a rescue dog named Dee Dee and Mindy our fluffy cat who is the queen and rules the house. I also own an assortment of tortoises, snails and a rescued Crested Gecko, African Pygmy dormouse, a bull frog without the many other creatures in between.
I started working at Vets4Pets Oxford in September 2015, and it's the perfect job for me. I have always loved animals since a very young age with many memories of trying to save animals and helping them to safety. My family home has always had a range of animals from dogs, fish, to royal pythons and bearded dragons. I love my job.
Building a relationship with the animals as well as their owners is very important to me and my background in customer service as a Shop Floor Manager has helped with this. Although this is my first job in the veterinary industry, I definitely do not see ending. The job is incredibly rewarding and the team I work with are amazing.
I have learnt a huge amount of information during my time here and aim to learn a lot more over the coming years.
I currently own two dogs called Horace and Walter. Horace is a Basset Hound and has to be the most stubborn breed of dog I have ever encountered. Walter is a Terrier Cross and doesn't stop, he's got so much energy. It's safe to say our walks are very interesting.
After previously working as a Veterinary Receptionist for 3 years I took a break to build my Dog Grooming skills and after a year I qualified as a full Stylist. As well as grooming I studied for 3 years at Abingdon and Witney College achieving a Level 2 Diploma in Animal Care and a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Animal management. I have always had a strong interest in all types of animals and their welfare so was very happy to be given the chance to work for the great team here at the Vets4Pets Abingdon and Oxford in October 2017 as a Veterinary Receptionist.
Away from the desk I am a very outdoorsy person, enjoying exploring new things, places, countries and new foods. I recently was given a chance to have great experience volunteering to work at the Shamwari Game reserve in South Africa helping the Paterson community and the animals at the reserve. Apart from that my spare time is spent socialising with friends and family. I am a pet parent of 2 Rabbits, Gatsby and Daisy and Charlie the German Shepherd X Akita.
I joined the Oxford team in April 2017 and have enjoyed every minute of it so far.
Every day is different working at a vets, you get to meet all sorts of different animals and learn new things every day which is what I love so much about it.
I also own a few animals of my own at home which include dogs, sheep, my horse, a three legged cat plus a cockatiel and rat who both we rescued!
I have been a veterinary receptionist for over 8 years now. I first started out at Sommerville vets in Auckland New Zealand where I worked until 2014 and I joined the Vets4Pets team here at the beginning of December 2016.
I’ve already acquired a 3 legged Russian Hamster called Donald Stump who now lives alongside my 2 year old male Doberman called Kobi whom I adopted from the lovely people at the Blue Cross in Buford.
I love my new role here. As well as watching the practice grow I’m also looking forward to meeting all our clients and their pets.
Away from work I love going on long walks with Kobi and catching up with family and friends.
Vets4Pets Oxford is committed to bringing you affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray and ultrasound. Plus, on site car parking too!
The friendly team can't wait to meet all of their new clients!
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
OrthopaedicsSurgery of joints and bones.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
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Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
HaematologyAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
Pet PassportTrained Official Veterinarian vets to issue Pet Passports, Fit to Fly letters and rabies serology tests.
Keyhole SurgeryIn human medicine ‘keyhole’ surgery or laparoscopy has been used for many years given its reduced surgical trauma and quicker recovery times compared to traditional 'open' surgery.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Starter pack protection
Best Start in Life
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack
Out of hours
Tel: Telephone: 01235 524 777
Out-of-hours emergency consultation fees start from £150.00 (current prices, subject to change without notice). *Any necessary treatment or medication administered by the emergency service will be charged in addition to the emergency consultation fee.