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Our Vets4Pets Banbury practice is looking for a new owner

About the practice

  • Based on a busy retail park, located on the edge of a large and expanding residential area
  • Located inside a highly successful Pets at Home store, providing plenty of footfall
  • 1,032 sq. ft. in size, offering 3 fully equipped consult rooms (1 lead lined, with x-ray), a combined/open plan, prep, utility area and pharmacy area.  There is a dedicated operating theatre, separate cat & dog/isolation wards and a combined office, kitchen and colleague space.
  • A practice awarded RCVS tier 2, silver ISFM and RWAF gold status.
  • Lots of potential to further develop the practice

About the team

The practice team currently comprises of;

  • 1 Head Nurse
  • 2 RVN's
  • 1 SVN
  • 4 full-time CCA's
  • 2 VCA's

This is a friendly and proactive team who strive to ensure that their clients and customers are well-looked after, something that you'll see reflected in their high-scoring online reviews!

About our model

Our Joint Venture Partnership model is the only model in the industry that gives you complete clinical freedom to run your practice, your way, keeping 100% of the profits. 

Partnering with us enables an affordable route to ownership, making the dream of owning your own practice more achievable than ever. 

We have 12 dedicated departments that support you in all aspects of business, setting you on the path for success. Our model includes a guaranteed salary from day 1 whilst having the security of being part of a wider group.

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Get in touch

To find out more about ownership at Vets4Pets Banbury or more around how our model works, contact Samantha Culling on 07890 044 014 

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Theatre

Prep Area

Banbury

Banbury is a market town on the River Cherwell in northern Oxfordshire.

The town is a bustling commercial and retail centre at the edge of the Cotswolds, with a primarily rural surrounding.

Banbury is set amidst the gentle rolling hills in the north of the district.  An impressive bronze statue of the “Fine Lady” from the famous “Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross” rhyme is set close to the Banbury Cross at the meeting point of the roads from Oxford, Warwick and Shipston-on-Stour.  Other points of interest include the Market Place, the St Mary’s parish church, the atmospheric lanes and streets of the Old Town and the Castle Quay shopping mall with the town’s Museum set directly beside the Oxford Canal.  The Museum connects to the 18th century Tooley’s Boatyard, where you can take a guided tour of the narrow boat workshop and dry-dock.

What clients are saying

Here's a look at some of the reviews the practice receives, giving them their 5 star review on Facebook:

"I was really worried about one of our bunnies, he had stopped eating & wasn’t very active. I called Vets4Pets & they got him in immediately. After being admitted for a couple of hours & given some meds I picked him up & he’s really bounced back"

"I took my pups there and they are fantastic, very happy to talk and explain things and happy with answering questions to the best of their knowledge. highly recommend"

"I can not fault you! Especially the amazing nurses who went above and beyond to care for my cat all of last week. You not only looked after my cat but me aswell and I can not thank you enough. She returned home today and is finally on the mend and that’s all thanks to you for making a difficult time for us both as stress free as possible. Leaving my cat with you every day I knew she was getting the best possible care and love. I really felt like you all took the time and really got to know my cat. Thank you all so so much hopefully she won’t see so much of you all for a while"

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