Hart Veterinary Centre

Waddesdon Veterinary Surgery, Aylesbury

Aylesbury HP18 0LU

01296 651000

Hart Veterinary Centre Waddesdon Surgery, Frederick Street, Waddesdon, Aylesbury HP18 0LI

The Hart Veterinary Centre, Browning Drive, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX26 2XL

© Hart Veterinary Limited. Registered in England and Wales. Company Number 5213242.

RCVS Accredited Small Animal Hospital British Small Animal Veterinary Association


I have been a client of Hart Veterinary Hospital for the last 15 years.  They have always given me complete confidence in the way that they care for my cats, of which I currently have nine.  I first went to the Bicester surgery and each vet I saw on my visits couldn’t have been more friendly and they always ensured that my cats received the best possible treatment. When the Waddesdon surgery opened I started using it (as I live in Aylesbury).  Tim is a superb vet and both ‘Kubi’ and I really appreciate all the time and excellent care given in keeping him as healthy as possible.  Helen is also an excellent vet and all my cats adore her. I am a Cat Sitter and always recommend Hart Vets whenever one of my clients ask me if I know of a good veterinary surgery.

Pat Parish, Aylesbury.

I visited Hart Veterinary Centre in Waddesdon on their open day last year and was immediately struck by their open, friendly approach realising immediately that “healthcare with compassion” is more than just an advertising slogan. I had been looking for a new vet for months without finding “the one”, and signed up straight away.

I have two Yorkies, both reaching the latter years of their lives, and it’s important to me that they have the best care possible. Hart Veterinary Centre has the top level accreditation, and an animal hospital at Bicester with 24 hour continual nursing care for inpatients offering me peace of mind. I used to hate the idea of leaving my dogs alone overnight in hospital wards after traumatic procedures but now I no longer have to worry.

My boys see the same vet every visit enabling the vet to build a relationship with the dogs, and likewise they are now comfortable with going to the vets. Previously they would become agitated at going to the vets, and we would be passed from one vet to another where it was impossible for a vet to build a relationship with the dog.

If anybody is looking for a local vet, or is thinking of changing vets for whatever reason, I can highly recommend Hart Veterinary Centre in Waddesdon backed by the fully accredited hospital in Bicester. They are a friendly, family run practice, and their level of commitment and customer service is excellent, and when I say “customer” service I am referring of course to both humans and animals.

Shirley Whiting, Aylesbury