Latest news from our practice updated regularly helping to keep you informed.

Christmas Opening Hours 2017

Sunday 24th December: 9am-12am at Kidlington only (emergencies) Monday 25th December: Closed Tuesday 26th December: 9am-12am at Kidlington only (emergencies)   For emergencies when we are shut, please contact Medivets at Woodstock on 01993 811355  

Pet Selfie Competition

How would you like to win an early Christmas present for your pet? With Christmas only 3 weeks away, we’re getting into the festive spirit by giving you the chance to win one of the following prizes: For dogs: a … Continued

Introducing MiPet Cover pet insurance

Because we care, we’re proud to introduce MiPet Cover, pet insurance designed by our vets. Puppies and kittens New puppy or kitten? Get them started on the right paw with a four week’s free Instant policy*. Once your new furry friend has … Continued


There have recently been confirmed cases of RHD2 in rabbits in Oxford and also surrounding areas such as Faringdon. Beaumont Vets stock the Filavac RHD2 vaccine to help protect against this disease – call us to arrange an appointment for … Continued

Firework season is coming

From October through to the New Year, fireworks will be going off. Although great to watch, firework season can be a very stressful and frightening time for many of our pets. Preparing in advance before fireworks start can make a … Continued

Dog Grooming now available at Beaumont Vets

Has your furry friend just rolled in some fox poo? Or perhaps your dog just needs to be freshened up? Wash ‘n’ Go dog bathing is now available at our Botley branch. In the photo below you can see Lexie … Continued

Loving Home Wanted

 As no one has come forward for this young, stray cat he is looking for a loving home to call his own. He is a very friendly male who enjoys cuddles. If you would like to know more please call … Continued

Nell the rat comes in for eye surgery

Meet beautiful Nell who came in last week for an eye removal because she had a chronically painful eye. Nell’s owner describes pet rats as “pocket dogs” – we all agreed that she is full of character!