Wellness Check Deal

Wellness checks detect diseases early for more effective treatment/lifestyle changes creating a better quality of life for our fur babies. Most importantly, it’s also a fantastic way to find out an overall picture of your pets health at a great price. A Wellness Check deal includes: Full physical examination A comprehensive blood test to evaluate ...

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Posted: March 9, 2020Category: Uncategorized

A sting in the tail

Our cats and dogs often can’t resist running and chasing all manner of insects. Great fun… unless of course that insect has a sting in its tail. At our VetCare clinic we have seen lots of bee and wasp stings this year, with results ranging from sore paws to full anaphylactic shock!! Stings from bees and ...

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Posted: February 19, 2020Category: Uncategorized

Christmas Safety Tips For Pet Owners

Follow our eight elf and safety tips this season to have a Merry Christmas with your fur family members.   For after hour veterinary care contact Animal Emergency Clinic on 09 8492121 located on 97 Carrington Road, Mount Albert, Auckland.

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Posted: December 9, 2019Category: Uncategorized

Christmas Opening Hours

  In the event you have called outside of our opening hours please call: ANIMAL EMERGENCY CENTRE 97 Carrington Rd, Mt Albert 09 849 2121 www.animalemergency.co.nz  

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Posted: November 28, 2019Category: Uncategorized

Kennel Cough Season Is Here

Recently we have been having an increase of dogs coming in with Kennel Cough. The warmer weather, boost of dogs socializing in public areas we find it is very common to see this happen around this time of the year. 🐶 What is Kennel Cough? Kennel cough is a a term that is used to ...

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Posted: November 27, 2019Category: Uncategorized

Top Ten Tips To Keep Your Pets Happy During the Fireworks Season

With Guy Fawkes rapidly approaching it is important to prepare early to reduce the stressful experience of fireworks and pets. This time of the year can be very distressing and owners can similarly suffer, observing their pet’s fear, property destruction, soiling or running away.  Keep your pets inside, in a confined, dark hiding den Check ...

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Posted: October 25, 2019Category: Uncategorized

Planning on moving overseas with your pet?

The thought of moving overseas with/without your pet can be very daunting as your pets comfort and health needs close attention.  International travel for our pets has changed a lot in recent years and the process has made it safer and easier for our pets to be relocated.  We see many pets come through our clinic to ...

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Posted: September 12, 2019Category: Uncategorized

Spring Safety Tips For Pets

 Finally, spring is here, bringing warmer weather and longer evenings to enjoy with your pet! As a vet clinic we get very busy helping pet owners who have encountered an unexpected spring hazard. Here’s 10 tips on how to let your pet enjoy spring safely. 1. FLEAS Routine treatment for fleas throughout the year will ...

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Posted: August 22, 2019Category: Uncategorized

How to be an Eco-Friendly Pet Owner

The Pet Carbon Pawprint Creating a sustainable, plastic free New Zealand has been a hot topic recently. Did you know that our beloved pets have a surprisingly high carbon footprint?  Owning a dog, has an average annual carbon footprint comparable to running two SUV cars for one year. Having a feline friend in our lives ...

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Posted: July 17, 2019Category: Uncategorized

Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

It isn’t uncommon to see your feline friend in the yard nibbling on fresh grass. Good news is there really isn’t anything to worry about. Some experts even suggest that it can actually be beneficial for your cat. Do they want to vomit?  Cats are meat eaters, so when they eat grass they lack the ...

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Posted: July 9, 2019Category: Uncategorized

PawClub Rewards with

For every $300 you spend at VetCare you will be emailed a $15 voucher.

Join our new and improved PawPack loyalty programme, powered by Goody and be rewarded! If you have not taken advantage of this great system and visit VetCare regularly for food, flea products or treatment for your pet then just ask our friendly reception staff for details and join the pack.