Tel: 0116 271 2856
19 Stoughton Road
Leicestershire LE2 4DS
Our branches provide a dedicated local service to clients, offering a comprehensive, quality service at affordable prices.
As part of the Medivet family, your pet will have the benefit of the skills and experience of over 200 vets throughout the company. Our staff aim to provide a welcoming and professional environment for both pet and client.
We offer both diagnostic and surgical care as well as a wealth of additional benefits to keep your pet happy and healthy.
Reviewed by: Moli on 29/04/2016
I have visited this practice over many years with my beloved Cats and Rabbits.
The surgery is clean and welcoming with lots of advice posters around which are very helpful.
All the staff are wonderful very friendly caring and professional.
This morning I had to make an urgent appointment for my very elderly beloved Rabbit and although the surgery was fully booked they kindly squeezed me in.
A special big thank you to Miss Hasbury who is such a caring extremely knowledgeable Vet who has such a calming effect not only for all the pets but the humans too.
Thank you to all of you.
Reviewed by: Lorraine on 12/11/2015
Molly is our retriever.She has been cared for all of her life by the Oadby team. They have cared for her as if she were their own. Molly has just been diagnosed with cancer and has to be put to sleep. Gillian and her team have gone out of their way to ensure our time with her is of good quality and that when she is put to sleep she will be with her family and the vet she trusts. This practice is wonderful We cannot praise them enough Thank you all.
Reviewed by: Lin on 27/08/2014
If you have a pet and you live in the area you should register at Medivet,Oadby. The staff are fantastic. The vets are simply brilliant and they really care for your pet as well as the owners. If you have a pet struggling with joint pain I would highly recommend Eve Tarleton who is an expert in acupuncture (in addition to everything else). It really helps, you won't believe the pain relief it gives to your pet. They actually fall asleep while it's being done. Amazing! I actually live in Wigston but I wouldn't go anywhere else because my dogs receive the very best care at Medivet,Oadby.
Reviewed by: lisa on 19/03/2014
my beloved boxer dog " george" was a regular at the oaddby branch, even more so as he got older, all the staff were fab, from the lovely reception staff, nurses and the of course the vets, Gill the vet is the best, she never gave up on our boy and continued to treat him with love + respect right to the end of his long life ( 13yrs old) We a year on have once again!!!! gone and got a female boxer called maggie and then a couple of months later we also got a rescue dog ( edna) they have both met the vets and i will continue to highly reccommend these wonderful people who always go the extra mile!!!!! i wouldnt go anywhere else xxx
Reviewed by: Miss Clark on 25/09/2013
Borrajo's Oadby is an exceptionally professional, efficient and clean veterinary surgery.
Every member of staff is so very helpful and friendly and their expertise second to none.
I have complete confidence that all my pets have the best possible care whilst at the surgery and if I ever need any advice is always freely given and is only ever a phone call away.
So a big 'Thank You' to everyone at Oadby - you all do a FANTASTIC job.
Reviewed by: Vicky Smart on 19/06/2013
We would just like to say how very impressed we were at the quick response we got from Gillian Hasberry to get our dog Oliver to the eye specialist and get us organised to get him the care he needed when we were very stressed and worried about our dog. The practice is always supportive and have helped us through this difficult time with our dog. We are extremely grateful to the nurses for their support and for the lovely card they sent Oliver and to Gillian for acting so fast and knowing what to do for our beloved dog. Well done to all the team at Oadby - you do a wonderful job and we are so reassured knowing you are there to care for all our animals when they are unwell.