The origins of West Bar Veterinary Hospital can be traced back to 1880 when Mr Wood-Page started his practice known as the “Veterinary Infirmary and Shoeing Forge”.
Now, more than a 140 years later, West Bar Veterinary Hospital is a modern mixed practice close to the centre of Banbury in North Oxfordshire.
West Bar Veterinary Hospital was purpose built in 1990 to comply with the stringent Hospital Standards laid down by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). In 1998 West Bar Veterinary Hospital was awarded membership of the BSAVA Practice Standards Scheme .
In 2015 West Bar Veterinary Hospital was accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Small Animal Veterinary Hospital, RCVS Accredited Farm Animal Practice and RCVS Accredited Equine Practice under the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme.
In 2017 our premises were upgraded to provide a large spacious practice with 4 operating theatres, dental surgery suite, 6 consultation rooms and separate dog and cat wards.
Today we continue to provide a high quality professional service to our clients.