Following on from the recently published CMA report, The George Veterinary Group welcomes the formal market investigation announced.  We would like to reassure all our clients that we are not part of any of the large corporate groups the report names and remain committed to being an independent veterinary practice (that this we are owned by people who actually work in the business). Full estimates of treatment costs have, and always will be, provided when required or requested. You can find out more about the report here - click.  

 

The George Veterinary Group is a long established, independent practice providing veterinary care throughout Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. The George Veterinary Group has four separate species departments, staffed by over 40 vets and supported by their own administrative teams, each dedicated to caring for those specific animals covered by the individual department. This allows us to provide you with the depth of expertise required in each area for complete continuity of care.

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