The Croft Veterinary Centre
The Croft Veterinary Centre was originally founded as a practice in Brackley in 1919. The business moved to the present purpose built premises, and was given its name in November 1984. During the spring of 2011 the practice underwent a major refurbishment of the waiting area, reception and consult rooms, photos of which can be found in our gallery.
We are proud to be a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Accredited Small Animal General Practice, which indicates that the practice has passed an independent inspection, ensuring high standards of care for pets and peace of mind for pet owners. Further information on the Practice Standards Scheme and what accreditation means can be found on the RCVS website. We are also an approved training centre for veterinary nurses and as well as providing veterinary care for pets in the local community, 24 hours a day, we also look after the dogs at Dogs for the Disabled and the film stars at Stunt Dogs.
Our qualified and experienced staff are here to help you and your pets. Using a range of modern diagnostic and surgical equipment, hospitalisation facilities, and with caring staff, we aim to keep your pet at it’s best so you can enjoy a long, healthy and happy life together.
Meet the staff
Everyone who works at the Croft Veterinary Centre is committed to the welfare of your pet. We always endeavour to give the best service possible. Please click on the images below to get a small introduction to the people helping to make this happen: