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Hilltop Veterinary Centre

Julie and Anna are over the moon to welcome Oxford’s pets and their families to their brand new veterinary centre, Oxford Vets Hilltop. Avoid the city centre traffic, park easily and enjoy beautiful views at their convenient site on top of Hinksey Hill!

Both local mums with a menagerie of their animals, Julie and Anna, have over 30 years combined experience in veterinary medicine. Julie as a Veterinary Surgeon and Anna as a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Oxford Vets Hilltop is a joint vision where each patient and their family will be treated as individuals. More than that, there you can expect to see the same friendly faces at every visit. They are committed to providing a standard gold treatment while supporting their patients’ well-being at every life stage.

Their whole team has been handpicked to provide compassionate care for your four-legged (or three-legged, finned or feathered) friend.

With their resident Specialist Surgeon, you can rest assured that even the most complex orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery is in expert hands. No need to travel long distances to access world-leading care when you need it most.

As one of the newest Oxford Vets Centre, their brand new hospitalisation facilities cater for all their patients, large and small. With three ‘walk-in’ kennels for larger dogs, as well as units for small and medium-sized dogs, there is room for all their canine patients. The nearby Nature Trail offers a scenic place to stretch their legs before or after their visit to the vets.

This practice is Vetsure Accredited. Find out more about The Vetsure Network.

Hilltop Veterinary Centre also offer a Vetsure Pet Health Plan

Pet Health Plan members also benefit from 5% off a Vetsure Pet Insurance policy for the same dog, cat, puppy or kitten.

When you take out a Vetsure Pet Health Plan the discount can be applied to the Vetsure Pet Insurance policy whether you’re taking out a new policy OR when an existing policy renews.

Note that our Pet Health Plan is NOT a pet insurance product. Pet insurance is aimed at providing cover for the treatment of unforeseen accidents or illnesses and does not typically cover preventative healthcare costs.