Goddard Veterinary Group is an award-winning practice dedicated to caring for furry family members. Offering annual wellness exams, vaccinations and microchipping for our four-legged friends as well as providing homeless pets shelter and developing future veterinarian leaders is just some of the services they offer.
VetPartners of York has acquired Goddard Veterinary Group, comprising 47 sites. As a result, this deal prompted the Competition and Markets Authority to begin investigating its merger.
Chalfont St. Peter
Chalfont St Peter is a village located within Buckinghamshire’s civil parish of the same name in England, known as The Chalfonts and located between High Wycombe and Rickmansworth. Gerrards Cross railway station nearby has seen this village experience rapid expansion over recent years.
At one time this village was held by the Templars as part of Temple Bulstrode manor in Hedgerley (q.v.), until their dissolution by Henry IV in 1284 when Ralph Brito acquired free warren in Chalfont St Peter and surrounding lands in exchange for an annual pension of six marks from them.
Village amenities include an equestrian centre, Oakland Park and Harewood Downs golf clubs, tennis club, and Chalfont Wasps football club. In close proximity are Heathrow Airport, Pinewood Studios Elstree film studios as well as M25/40/1 motorways.
Goddard Veterinary Group Chalfont st peter Lower Road Chalfont Saint Peter Gerrards Cross is an ideal choice for Gerrards Cross pet parents looking for comprehensive veterinary services ranging from wellness examinations and vaccinations, surgery procedures and emergency care – their experienced team and state-of-the-art facilities combine seamlessly to provide your furry friend with optimal care.
The clinic is deeply embedded within its community and participates in many projects and events to foster responsible pet ownership. Their staff regularly provides outreach programs, hosts educational talks and supports local animal charities.
At this clinic, their skilled surgeons and veterinary nurses have years of experience performing various surgical treatments for pets. Furthermore, modern diagnostic tools enable them to accurately identify conditions ranging from simple ailments like broken bones to more serious ones like cancer. Furthermore, our team provides advice and recommendations regarding pet care products and supplies which helps clients save costs while improving the health of their animal companion.
South West London
Goddard Veterinary Group offers comprehensive services for dogs, cats, small animals and exotic species alike. Their vet clinics offer routine tests and procedures as well as emergency care; in addition, Goddard operates 24 hour clinics throughout London.
This group provides preventative pet care services, including annual wellness exams and vaccinations, dental services and microchipping. Their friendly and helpful staff prioritize pet safety.
Staff of this group has been trained to handle all forms of emergencies, and is available 24-7 for questions about pet health and diagnosis (CT scanning and ultrasound imaging, among other diagnostic tools). Furthermore, preventative treatments like flea and worming treatment as well as mobile ambulance service are provided as preventative measures. As industry leaders they have received multiple awards. They also support homeless pets while grooming future veterinary leaders.
Goddard Veterinary Group offers an emergency helpline which is staffed 24/7 with qualified doctors, nurses and technicians as well as access to advanced specialties like cardiology and neurology.
The group operates over 50 surgeries and 3 hospitals, as well as hydrotherapy centres and boarding kennels, under its Zeus practice management system, providing all aspects of running a veterinary group such as appointment booking, case information gathering, diagnostic test results analysis pricing as well as key performance indicators per branch.
The CMA has launched an investigation into the merger between VetPartners and Goddard as it raises competition concerns in 11 local areas. If these two businesses merged, they would control a significant share of veterinary services there, potentially increasing prices or diminishing quality for pet owners.