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  • Case Study - Hank
    Dr. Alex Melrose - Wednesday, November 09, 2011 Wildlife casualties: We often get injured wildlife brought into VetCare, usually birds and rats and mice that Read more
  • World Cup Carnage
    Dr. Alex Melrose - Wednesday, October 12, 2011 On the opening night of the Rugby World Cup Vanessa's (our vet nurse) 10 month old cat Read more
  • Golden Oldies Membership
    Dr. Alex Melrose - Thursday, September 15, 2011 We have been running our senior promotion for the last 2 and a half months and it Read more
  • Henna's Tonga trip
    In December, I volunteered in Tonga to help the South Pacific Animal Welfare Group (SPAW). Read more
  • Dora - Tough on the outside
    Beautiful Dora proves how much animals can act and look completely fine even when they aren’t! This is based on their natural instincts that kick in, telling them they don’t want to seem weak. Read more
    Maddie has been MISSING since 2nd January 2018.7 years old, Chocolate burmese, speyed. Microchip 953010000469190. Very Friendly and much loved family pet!Reward offered on her return.Please call John or Louise on 021416010 Read more
  • Feline Banksy
    There's a new Banksy in town, he lives in Pt Chevalier, has grey fur and a tail and enjoys creating art with his food. He goes under the name; Charlie Read more
  • Star Patient - Buddy (abdominal bleeding)
    Buddy was transferred from the emergency clinic where he had been treated over the weekend for bleeding into his abdomen. Read more
  • The Collar Club
    Learn about our new boutique brand The Collar Club that we are stocking in our clinics! Read more
  • Summer Festival of Fleas
    Coming home to unwanted guests is always a pain and expensive after a relaxing holiday. Fleas do not just live on your furry loved ones but can also invite themselves Read more

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