We understand and celebrate the special role animals play in your life, in your families, and in our culture. Animals serve us in endless ways, as our companions, partners, best friends, playmates, consolers, guardians, helpers of the handicapped, and through example, they are our teachers in the enjoyment of life. In return, your pets deserve to be given a loving safe home, good nutrition, and be provided with preventative health care your pets all deserves to have their illnesses and injuries treated and their pain alleviated.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Pet Dentistry, Cruciate Surgery, Ear Disease, Allergy Testing

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • American Veterinary Medical Association, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association
  • American Veterinary Dental Society, Veterinary Information Network

Serviced Areas

  • Oxford , Nottingham, Southern Lancaster County, Lincoln University, Rising Sun MD., Northeast Md., and Elkton Md, Cecil County Maryland, Chester County

Payment Options

  • American Express, Debit Cards, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA, Care Credit

Contact Details

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  Person Lauren
  City Oxford, PA
  Zip Code 19363
  Address 2227 Baltimore Pike
  Phone Number (610) 932-8757
  Fax 610-932-8829

  • I would recommend this business

Better than 5*. Words cannot begin to express my thanks to Dr. Kabakjian and the staff for going above and beyond in helping make the decision to allow my sweet Stubby to cross over the bridge last evening. Their care, empathy and professionalism in the situation was extraordinary.

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  • I would recommend this business

Amazing!!!! We had a very sick lab tonight!!!! After calling 4 local vets I found this number and no one could see us!!! Within a hour we were seen as new people and my lab is doing so much better!!!! Cannot thank the dr and staff enough!!!! 5* all the way!!!! Will be my new vet for sure!!!!!! Great dr and staff!!!

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  • I would recommend this business

I would like to personally thank the Oxford Vet for taking in my little dog cookie on short notice for an emergency since my normal vet closes early on Fridays.

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  • I would recommend this business

Wonderful people and fantastic care no second thoughts on having my Pitbulls as clients,,,, Thank You for being so very Sweet, Caring and Special Group of care givers

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  • I would recommend this business

They helped my friend's Dachsund with ruptured disc and paralysis. Otis is healing quicker than expected!!

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Customer Testimonials

Just moved to the area and took our new kitten here for a check up and vaccinations. Staff was very friendly and helpful with their knowledge. I'm looking forward to continuing to use this vet and making our other cat and dog patients of theirs as well.


I honestly wish I could give more stars to them, they go above and beyond to make sure your animal is completely taken care of. You can tell that they genuinely care about their patients and owners as well. My family has been taking our animals here for a number of years and we will never go anywhere else because we are so satisfied with how great they are. Love all the staff!


They were so helpful and very friendly staff. They were willing to cooperate to help my kitty who needed surgery. My schedule is a bit hectic, but they worked with me anyway to find the right time. They called and checked up on my kitty too so they are very caring. The only vet I'll ever go!


Compassionate and generous vet, today Dr. Mease took care of a feral calico cat that had been hanging around his office. His generosity and kindness is greatly appreciated by me and a lot of animal lovers in the Oxford area and vicinity.

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Update: CJ has been found and owner has been notified! MISSING DOG Keep a look out for CJ, she went missing this morning from the pond in Rising Sun, Md. Cj does have a microchip. If found please call the office, 610-932-8757. The owner's can also be
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Are you feeding grain-free food to your best friend?
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Kitten came in for her very first visit with us earlier this week. As you can see she enjoyed her visit. We try to make each visit as stress free as possible.
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The office will be closing at 5pm today.
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DELAWARE HAS HUMAN RABIES DEATH Rabies is a fatal disease if contracted. Keeping pets up to date I with their rabies vaccination is the most important protection for people. Do not handle wildlife. Always be cautious if interacting with any stray pets
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MISSING Here is and updated picture of Laila. She was last at Oxford Recreational Park 7-25-18 at 6am. She is 52lbs, and she is microchipped. She is very people shy as she was a rescue. If seen or found please contact Sharon 610-470-5514.
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From Our Website

Your veterinarian, Dr. Mease or Dr. Gaultney will review the information gathered, possibly asking for more details on issues of concern. Then your veterinarian will conduct a thorough physical exam, checking all your pet's major systems including heart, lungs, skin, and teeth for evidence of problems or signs of pain or discomfort. Based on your pet's information and the veterinarians findings during the exam an individualized Preventative Care Plan will be recommended. This usually includes choosing the correct parasite control, diet, vaccination and blood work panel that is best for your pet.


Oxford Veterinary Hospital has been serving clients in the Oxford, PA., Nottingham, PA., and Rising Sun, MD. areas for over 35 years!


When you bring your pet in for dental care, understand that you are giving the attending doctor permission to perform all tasks deemed beneficial and essential for the health of your pet. Many problems cannot be detected until after the animal is fully anesthetized. Be sure to be available via phone for discussion of treatment options. Many procedures require more extensive work than allowed during your scheduled dental cleaning and therefore will need to be scheduled on another day. We may refer some problems to a specialist if necessary.


All dental procedures are completed by a team of A VETERINARIAN AND A TECHNICIAN, both who have received required additional training at the Animal Dental Training Center in Baltimore, MD. While the veterinarian assesses your pets dental condition, cleans and polishes the teeth, and treats the dental/oral disease, your pet will be constantly monitored by a trained technician using advanced monitoring equipment. Unlike human "dental cleanings" where a dental hygienist works alone with the dentist quickly reviewing and examining the patients mouth only at the end of the procedure, veterinary dentistry at the Oxford Veterinary Hospital requires the immediate presence and constant attention of both doctor and technician to safely administer anesthesia and provide thorough veterinary administered superior dental care.


Carl E. Mease, VMD is the owner, founder and supervising veterinarian at the Oxford Veterinary Hospital. While growing up in rural Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, he always had a special attachment to animals. After receiving an undergraduate degree in zoology from Penn State University, he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1976, establishing the Oxford Veterinary Hospital in 1979. He has since been dedicated to providing affordable quality care customized to the individual needs of his patients and their owners.


There are many ways to help prevent your animal from becoming lost. The most important is to keep and eye on your dog while he/she is outside. Also, making sure that all the doors are shut and windows all have screens is key to keeping your dog or cat safely inside your home. Placing a tag on your pets collar with the basic information including your name, the pets name and your phone number is one of the best resources you have available. Often times a dog that is at the bottom of a driveway is assumed lost and picked up by a good samaritan, having the basic information on your pets collar will help them get back to you faster.


Oxford Veterinary Hospital offers two reliable online sources of pet care information. In this day of easy access to information on the Internet, it is important to trust those sources. All articles in the VIN and the Life Learn Libraries are regularly reviewed by veterinarians who are experts in their fields. Search for articles on specific diseases, preventative care, behavioral problems, dental care, how to instructions, and much more. This is your reliable source of information 24 hours a day.