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Goddard Veterinary Group

The Goddard Veterinary Group is dedicated to providing a high quality service & compassionate health care for you and your pet. Our skilled veterinary surgeons are assisted by knowledgeable and friendly staff helping us set the standards for excellence in veterinary care.

For 60 years we have been providing the best possible healthcare for animals from our practices across Greater London, which include over 40 surgeries, 3 hospitals, a hydrotherapy unit and boarding kennels.

We also provide a multidisciplinary referral service with a state of the art 16 slice CT scanner at our Wanstead hospital.  We have an on-site Specialist enabling us to give you results in the quickest possible time.  Check out our new scanner in action.

Ever worried about giving your cat a tablet or brushing your dog's teeth?  Are you applying flea control correctly or clipping claws safely?  See our variety of video tips on pet care

CT Scan In Patient and Outpatient Referral Service 

We now have a state of the art 16 slice CT scanner at our Wanstead hospital. 

We have an on-site Specialist so we can give you results in the quickest possible time.  Check out our new scanner in action or have a look our referral services.

Check your pet's symptoms

Informative image: Does your pet need to see us? How soon? Find out with our interactive symptom guide

Vacancies

Our multi-branch progressive small-animal practices based within the M25 seeks motivated and enthusiastic staff to fill important new challenging vacancies.

Are you an RVN who is looking for weekend only work with no out-of-hours.  We are currently seeking a client support RVN for Saturdays only and an RVN to work 16 hours weekends only  at our hospital in Wanstead

Blog Spot

Visit our Blog Spot to read features on pet welfare, pet events, pet stories, and Veterinary case studies of pets that have been in our care.

Pet factsheets

We have a range of informative pet factsheets on our website, covering pet health, disease and behaviour in dogs, cats and other small pets. Factsheets can be printed off to read at any time.