Mr Fraser specialises in the treatment of all ophthalmic conditions. This Oxfordshire practice is very well equipped to allow a wide range of investigative tests and the equipment necessary to perform intraocular microsurgery.
He is a member of the British Association of Veterinary Ophthalmology and the European Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology and regularly attends their meetings in order to keep up to date with the latest advances in veterinary ophthalmology.
All ophthalmology referral cases must be referred by a veterinary surgeon as professional ethics require. We are therefore unable to accept cases directly. Referred clients will not be accepted as clients for anything other than ophthalmology and will remain clients of the referring practice. Please use the link button for further information on the ophthalmology service and how to refer a case.
Cases are seen daily, from Monday to Friday in Abingdon except on Wednesdays when Mr Fraser consults at the Crossroads Veterinary Centre, High Wycombe.
Urgent cases may be sent on Saturday mornings during surgery hours and at other times if necessary.
Unless otherwise instructed, it is most helpful if patients always arrive after six hours without food and two hours without water. It is however, normal practice for diabetics to be fed and injected with insulin as usual. Please bring all current medication and, if given by your veterinary surgeon, the relevant history.