We need help from your pets to make Christmas magical here at Bicester Vets!
This year, we would like to include photos of your furry loved ones to decorate our Christmas tree. Have they overcome a major illness? Have they recovered from a big surgery? Or are they just a wonderful companion to you and you would like to give them some recognition?
If you would like your cat/dog/rabbit/corn snake to have a place on our tree, e-mail a photo to email@example.com, along with their name and a short story. This could be about anything, whether it’s about how they have supported you through a difficult time or even their embarrassing sock-eating habit!
Photos need not be festive in nature, but we do ask that they are reasonably high quality so everyone can appreciate quite how lovely they are. The deadline for submissions will be 7pm on Tuesday 5th December.
The tree itself will be part of the Christmas Tree Festival at St Edburg’s Church between 8th-10th December and will be in the practice from 11th December onward.
What a lovely thing to do
Lewis is a very big, very strong & very “enthusiastic” visitor to Bicester Vets
Jasper is a very gentle 14 yr old Staffie. Sadly, his recent life has been marred by an orthopaedic problem
Unfortunately, Harvey developed a condition which occurs almost solely in Springers, right in the middle of lockdown