Oakville Veterinary Surgery, Station Road, Lawley Bank, Telford TF4 2LP



Welcome to Oakville Veterinary Surgery

Oakville Veterinary Surgery was established in 1990 and ever since has provided veterinary care for animals in Telford and surrounding areas.

In 2006 Oakville was taken over by the current owner and veterinary surgeon Sarah Goodsall and since then the practice has undergone many changes. In 2008 Oakville underwent extension and refurbishment work in order to provide both up to date surgical and diagnostic facilities as well as separate cat and dog wards to help minimise stress in hospitalised animals.  In 2009 we were inspected by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and awarded Tier 2 Small Animal Practice status – something of which we are extremely proud!

In January 2016 launched the Best Friends Club, our preventative healthcare programme, to mark the fact that Sarah will have been at Oakville Veterinary Surgery for 10 years and as your local vet in Lawley Bank.  We understand how essential routine healthcare is in keeping your pets happy and healthy and the aim of the Best Friends Club is to help you to provide your pets with the very best preventative healthcare thus keeping them in excellent health and parasite free.

As Oakville Veterinary Surgery is a small, family run practice you and your pets will soon get to know our staff – we pride ourselves on being able to provide a personal service with continuity of care for your animals and as a proud vets in Telford.

Our opening hours are 8.00am to 7.00pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 3pm on Saturday. In the event that your pet should require veterinary attention outside these times we have an emergency service providing cover.

Routine consultations are by appointment only but we will try and accommodate you outside these times if possible.

Consulting times are as follows:

Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 11.00am
2.00pm to 3.00pm
4.00pm to 6.30pm
Saturday: 9.30am to 3.00pm

We are located on Station Road, Lawley Bank 
(just above Lawley Medical Practice) and there are signposts to the practice off West Centre Way.  We have free off road parking immediately adjacent to the practice.

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