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    Default Recommend me a vet near Chipping Norton?

    So, we are moving....again.

    Obviously the first thing to do is find a good vet so if anyone has recommendations I'd be very grateful. Thanks!


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    Sorry, can't recommend a vet, but just to say what a lovely area you're moving to!

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    Yep I am super excited It's got to be a step up from south london! Hopefully more space for the buns too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clutterydrawer View Post
    Yep I am super excited It's got to be a step up from south london! Hopefully more space for the buns too.
    I've sent you a PM re vet

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    I've just messaged my sister as she lives that way. Nice to have some more RU'ers in this part of the country! It really is a lovely place to live

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    I'll PM too!

    ETA incase other people search for the info in future! My sister said she would always go to Hook Norton now, they have saved her boy from bloat and her friends bunny who broke his jaw. Whereas at another nearby vet previously she had bad advice and lost her other boy to bloat.
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    No idea but was in Chipping Norton today for the agility event that's on all weekend
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    Welcome to the Cotswolds. I can recommend de Montfort's....but they are based in Evesham.
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    I go to Hook Norton Veterinary surgeons 15 mins from Chipping Norton. Chipping Norton Veterinary Surgeons are my emergency cover you just need to get a rabbit savey vet there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by newbabybuns View Post
    I'll PM too!

    ETA incase other people search for the info in future! My sister said she would always go to Hook Norton now, they have saved her boy from bloat and her friends bunny who broke his jaw. Whereas at another nearby vet previously she had bad advice and lost her other boy to bloat.
    Totally agree they are great there.


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