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  • Itchy dog?
    Are you losing sleep over your dog’s itching?Occasional itching is a normal protective mechanism. But when itching causes your dog to damage its skin, causes your pet distress, or disrupts Read more
  • Summertime
    It sure is hot this summer!! Do you find yourself getting burnt? Overheating? Can't walk on the ground without jandals? So do your pets! There are a number of things Read more
  • Gregor the new vet
    Hi, Im Gregor Shubel – the most recent addition to the VetCare team. I grew up in West Auckland and spent most of my summers working on farms in Tauranga and Read more
  • Food for Thought
    We are what we eat. This is exactly the same for our furry friends. Animals have different nutritional requirements then us. For example, felines are obligate carnivores; which means they Read more
  • Poppy
    Poppy is a 4 year old domestic short hair  who loves to go for a wonder and loose herself. One day, Poppy came home after two weeks of being missing, for her poor mum Read more
  • Dogs and the danger of grass seeds.
    Author: Katie JonesWho would have thought that something as seemingly harmless as a grass seed could cause so much trouble!Shaped like a spear, with one way barbs, they can work their Read more
  • We love Pedicures!
    Author: Kirstie Jago Vet nurseFor a number of reasons, a nail can become ingrown. It can happen to both dogs and cats. An ingrown nail is when the nail grows Read more
  • Raul and Claudia - Petsitters
    Are you worried about going on holiday and leaving your precious pets? Is it impossible to go on holiday as your pets need complicated medical treatment or care?We may have a Read more
  • Spring time- Party for fleas and worms
    Author: Kirstie Jago Vet nurseHave you been saying "hey, I haven't seen any fleas around lately"? Well don't speak too soon! As the weather warms up, we see a massive Read more
  • Guy Fawkes, fun or scary?
    Although most of us enjoy fireworks it can be a frightening time for our pets. With bonfire night fast approaching it is important to prepare early to try to reduce Read more

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Grey Lynn Hospital

Monday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed