Goddard Veterinary Group offers accessible pet healthcare through their network of practices and 24-hour hospitals. Their team prioritizes animal well-being by offering annual wellness exams to detect health issues early, microchip identification services if pets become lost, and providing annual wellness exams to detect health concerns quickly and microchipping technology to return lost pets home quickly.
New York-based VetPartners acquired Goddard Holdco Limited, trading as Goddard Veterinary Group, in 2021. To ensure competitiveness within local areas, the Competition and Markets Authority is investigating this deal to ensure an optimal transaction.
Many pets require extra special care in order to live long and happy lives, from monitoring or advanced surgery procedures, or vaccination against deadly diseases, to receiving vaccines specialized for them. Our Goddard vets offer exceptional pet health care that’s sure to keep them feeling their best!
Pet birds live longer lives than most domesticated pets, making regular examinations even more important to ensure they remain healthy. Our team of expert avian vets in Goddard are committed to helping your bird have a long and rewarding relationship with you; regular exams help detect disease early – saving both of you much heartache.
Goddard Veterinary Group Chalfont st peter Lower Road Chalfont Saint Peter Gerrards Cross offers customized service tailored specifically to every animal and client. Our dedicated veterinary nurses and support staff work tirelessly to give each pet the care they deserve; thus our patient base continually returns year after year – the best assurance of receiving premium veterinary services for our furry clients!
Set within an idyllic residential area, our Uxbridge branch embodies the personal service you would expect from a smaller practice while still providing you and your pets with individualized service. Acquired by Arthur Goddard in 1986 and adopted into Goddard Veterinary Group as of 2010, Uxbridge branch continues its dedication to personal service with each visit from an experienced staff member who treats both pets and people like family.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has initiated an investigation into VetPartners’ acquisition of Goddard Veterinary Group, a provider of veterinary services. According to the CMA, this merger raises serious competition concerns across 11 local areas across Greater London; furthermore, their combined business would not face sufficient competition; their investigation will assess whether this merger leads to reduced service quality, limited choice or higher prices for pet owners.
Goddard Veterinary Group is an active participant in their local community, hosting educational events, pet adoption drives and fundraising drives to support local animal welfare initiatives. Their commitment exemplifies their dedication to ensure every pet in their care receives quality healthcare and welfare support.
No matter the species of pet you own, whether a cat, dog, or any other furry friend needs an appointment, the staff at this clinic are always eager to assist. Simply answer a few simple questions about them and why you are coming before choosing from available appointments that fit within your schedule.
The clinic also offers emergency care, pharmacy services, nutrition advice and microchipping. For more information visit their website or reach out directly.
24 Hour Emergency Care
Goddard Veterinary Group operates a fully equipped emergency hospital that’s open 24 hours a day 365 days a year for small animal vet care or routine pet veterinary services. Our experienced veterinarians are here to provide assistance as soon as you need it!
Vets Now, MediVet and Vets4Pets are some of the larger vet groups with 24-hour hospitals within Pets At Home stores or independent 24-hour hospitals – offering emergency treatment when their other practices close for business.
Keep in mind that out-of-hours vets tend to be more expensive than their regular counterparts. There may be consultation fees and additional charges for services carried out during non-social hours such as teeth cleaning or blood tests; your pet insurance may only cover part of this cost.