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. The Garston Veterinary Group is a general mixed practice, treating pets, farm animals, horses and even some of the exotic creatures at Longleat! 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. Click on the links to find out more about working as a vet with the Garston Veterinary Group from our Large Animal Vet Chris Mangham.
To train to be a veterinary surgeon you will need to go to university and take a veterinary degree. If you are interested in training to become a veterinary surgeon the most current information regarding the training and qualifications required is on the RCVS website at: LINK
If you are 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.
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