Veterinary Careers at Garston Vets in Somerset & Wiltshire
A career in veterinary science offers a variety of options. Veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses are found in clinical practice, academia, research, business, conservation, and even the army.
Our veterinary teams
Our team of vets ranges from those who are newly qualified through to those who have obtained a post-graduate certificate in a specialism such as cardiology, while others are working towards certificates in orthopaedics and surgery.
Read about Garston small animal vets and how some of their journeys into veterinary science began – Meet our team.
How to become a veterinary surgeon at Garston Vets
To train to be a veterinary surgeon you will need to go to university and take a veterinary degree. Take a look at the training and qualifications available on the RCVS website.
If you have already qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon and are registered with the RCVS to work in the UK, we welcome speculative applications and will contact you when we have a suitable vacancy.
We also list current positions available at Garston Vets on our current vacancies page.