We are a group of small animal practices in Oxford, first established in 1964. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinary surgeons and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open seven days a week and have access to some of the latest technological advances in both surgery and diagnostic imaging. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at our surgeries.
Born in Buffalo New York, Grace accompanied her parents at the age of five afloat the Queen Mary to England which has been her place of residence ever since. At college she studied shorthand typing and English which held great interest to her, so it felt only right that she should pursue her career in that field. On leaving school Grace became a junior clerk progressing to PA and has worked in the fields of administrative duties within hospitality and local government. When an opportunity arose within Beaumont Veterinary Group she embraced the challenge of working in this new field and enjoys being part of our friendly team.
Receptionist at Kidlington
Olivia started working at Beaumont in October 2018 after wanting to work in a veterinary practice since she was a little girl. She has a love for animals big or small, and thoroughly enjoys working here and seeing all the different animals that come through our doors. Olivia has three dogs: Rosco, a German Shepherd and two Jack Russell's, Maisie and Ruby. She also has a bearded dragon called Yoshi. Olivia's hobbies include baking cakes and walking her dogs.
Receptionist at Botley
Having spent years in IT as a programmer, police control room operator, donor attendant (vampire), waitress etc, Sally-Ann decided it was time to work with her one true love: animals. Sally is still coming to terms with the death off 22 year old wonder cat, Kipling, who was the last of many rescued cats and dogs.
Receptionist at Kidlington
Sue is one of the part-time receptionists at Kidlington and has been with Beaumont since December 1999. Sue loves all animals but holds a special place in her heart for Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Having grown up with them she now has her own special girl called Lady who is permanently attached to her side - where Sue is, Lady is, as they are partners in crime. Sue also enjoys caravanning with the family, baking and curling up on the sofa under a blanket with Lady.
Receptionist at Headington
Lorraine spent 16 years travelling across the UK and Ireland working in the medical industry, training nurses on phlebotomy, cannulation and other medical procedures. Following a knee replacement she decided to return to her first love – working with animals. Lorraine started at Headington in November 2018 and loves everything about the role (especially when she gets to cuddle puppies or Staffies!). She currently has two rescue cats and a beautiful Romanian street dog called Mikey. Lorraine also does short term fostering for the rescue centre, and her hobbies include going out with Mikey and spending time with her four beautiful grandsons.
Maria started working at Beaumont Vets in November 2018 having previously worked at another Oxfordshire vets and a local dog training and behaviour centre. She is currently undertaking an FdSc in canine and feline industries (behaviour) and has her own dog training business in South Oxfordshire. Maria has a particular love for Staffies and guinea pigs and currently shares her life with three guinea pigs called Malteser, Truffle and Crumpet and a crazy, very behaviourally broken, rescue English Springer Spaniel called Chester. Maria's hobbies all seem to revolve around dogs and she enjoys undertaking dog training courses (especially scentwork) and reading dog behaviour and training books. Any spare time she has is spent training Chester with a view to competing in their first Rally Obedience trial in 2019.