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    We have over 55 years of experience caring for your pets in Essex

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Welcome to Palmerston Veterinary Group

We are a team of dedicated and highly skilled vets and nurses who share a passion for pet care and enjoy seeing your pet get back to full health.

Our team of vets and nurses will provide your much-loved pet with dedicated care using the latest equipment and technology.

Our Veterinary Hospital status means you will get the highest standards of treatment for your pet when you visit our modern practices in Buckhurst HillHornchurchWalthamstow and Woodford Green.

We believe in investing in our people and facilities, so we can provide the very best of attention to our patients and their owners.

Set up in 1968 in Buckhurst Hill, The Palmerston Veterinary Hospital was granted Veterinary Hospital status by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons the following year - one of the first in the UK to earn this privilege.

In February 2002, we opened the Walthamstow Veterinary surgery, seven years later launching the Hornchurch branch. We are delighted to have expanded our offering by welcoming our Woodford Green surgery to the family, in 2022.

We are dedicated veterinary professionals with the proven track record. Our team of veterinary surgeons, nurses and administrative staff are of the highest calibre.

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