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Welcome to our Carterton Veterinary Surgery and thank you for taking the time to visit our site.

Carterton Veterinary Surgery is an independent practice located in Carterton, West Oxfordshire which was started by Grahame Howe in 2013.

Our aim is to provide you and your pet with the very best level of care both in health and in sickness. We want to work in partnership with you to ensure the service we provide meets your needs and is as convenient and affordable to you as possible. We will at all times discuss possible options, outcomes and costs with you to give you all the information you need to be able to make decisions about your pet’s care.

We are a small dedicated friendly team who will always treat your pet as if they were our own. Ongoing investment in equipment and in training, both clinically and in customer care, allows us to treat you and your pet with the best possible care.

Please use the tool bar to access further information about our team and our services, and please feel free to contact us either by email, by phone or by coming in to see us if you would like any further information about us.

News & Events

Our Next Evening Talk

'Keeping your child safe around dogs' is the topic of our next evening talk on Wednesday 12th November 7.30pm. More details to follow shortly.

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Useful links:

  • Pet Health Club
  • A Pet Health Club membership for your pet is a great value, easy to budget way of providing your pet with excellent preventative healthcare and 25% discounts on consultations and other services.
  • Hounds for Heroes
  • We are very honoured to be able to help people by supporting the charity hounds for heroes. Please click on the link to find out more about this great charity. For every consulation 20p will be donated. It will be gifted to the charity on a monthly basis.
  • Petplan
  • We cannot recommend insuring your pet highly enough. We frequently find that we are able to provide pets who are insured with better treatment than those who are not. Click on the link to find out what the benefits are of having your pet insured.