HerpVet Services
      A veterinary service dedicated to exotic pets
                                  
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   HerpVet Services, (inside) Iffley Vets, 35 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EA.
                  Tel: 07754 125302    Email: beavs@herpvet.co.uk
Dr. Bruce Maclean
BSc (VetSci), BVM&S, MRCVS
Veterinary surgeon/veterinarian

               

Looking for veterinary help with a poorly python, ailing axolotl or sick seahorse?











Patients - crocodile
Caiman attacked by cagemate
patient-hornedfrog
Horned frog metabolic bone disease
patient-tigersal
Salamander with ascites (fluid)
patient-hedgehog
patient-doppleruromastyx
patient-ttearabscess
Hedgehog with injured leg from beer can plastic
Doppler ultrasound of uromastyx (lizard) heart
Tortoise with ear abscess removed under anaesthetic
patients - seahorseradiog
patient-plucking cockatoo
patients - tree frog with foot lumps
Male seahorse with gas in brood pouch
Feather chewing cockatoo
Treefrog with foot abscess
 

What animals are treated?

My practice is dedicated to exotic pets - I do not routinely treat cats and dogs. Normally I deal with:

I have a special interest in amphibian and invertebrate medicine, and offer reduced rate consultations for them as well as for seahorses and other small tropical fish! I also run a reduced rate scheme for regular clients, with money off consultations and my out of hours fees.

I will see injured or ill wild animals if necessary (no consultation charge during normal hours), especially reptiles and amphibians (or even invertebrates or fish!), but note that uninjured wildlife should almost always be left alone (and in the case of some species, legally must be left undisturbed).

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What are the opening hours?



Please see Opening hours for more detail, including normal surgery times.

                                          
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How can I contact HerpVet Services?


Telephone me 07754 125302 - this is generally best, and the only method acceptable for urgent cases as I may not access other communications for some time.

The best time to call is usually between 8.30 am and 9.30 am.

Out of hours (see below) the answerphone will be active and give an emergency number for use in clinically urgent cases. Outside normal hours, telephoning the emergency line is the ONLY way to reliably reach me.


Email (beavs@herpvet.co.uk)

Texting SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR URGENT MATTERS, and will certainly not reach me out of hours.
I cannot accept picture messages on phone (email may be used to send pictures/video)


Messages via HerpVet social media pages (again should not be used for urgent correspondence):

Facebook (Facebook page)   Twitter (Twitter account)   LinkedIn (LinkedIn Page) 



Current News/service status

Any absences, changes of hours etc will be noted here.

  
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   Please note all images and text on this site are copyright Bruce Maclean and should not be reproduced without my permission. Downloadable information sheets may be used as indicated on the individual sheet/booklet