Pet Info

Water Safety

Some pets love to get involved in fun water activities when the weather heats up. Read More…

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Barbecue & Picnic Hazards

With the sun shining and beautiful warm weather upon us – who can resist a picnic or barbecue with friends!? Read More…

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Obesity and weight loss

Obesity is one of the most common nutritional disorders seen in both cats and dogs. Animals that are overweight are predisposed to a range of health problems, including Read More…

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Christmas & New Year’s Hazards

The silly season is an exciting time of year, with Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations giving us plenty of reasons to let loose and celebrate. With an increase of visitors, noises, tasty treats, shiny new toys, and interesting smells, this time of year can be overwhelming for our pets. Read More…

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Arthritis

Arthritis can affect one or more joints anywhere in your pet’s body. The most common joints affected are the hips, knees, shoulders and elbows. Most of these joints depend on a layer of cartilage acting as a cushion between two bones. Arthritis causes this cushion to deteriorate, resulting in the bones rubbing against each other, leading to discomfort and reduced mobility.  Read More…

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Easter hazards

Easter can be an exciting time for both adults and children. While we prepare for Easter, it is essential to keep an eye on potential dangers for your furry friend.   Read More…

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Is your best friend finding it hard to move?

You may think that your best friend is getting old, or is just stiff because of the winter chill factor. However, your best friend could actually be suffering from arthritis. Arthritis is a painful and debilitating condition that affects 1 in 5 dogs over the age of one.   Read More…

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Christmas Hazard

Christmas is an eventful time for both us and our pets. However new visitors, noises and smells can sometimes cause anxiety for your pet! Keep your pet healthy and happy during the festive season with our Christmas tips: 1.Create a calm…  Read More…

Heartstroke

We all love spending quality time with our pets on a hot summer’s day. However, we need to stay vigilant in summer, as the warmer weather can expose our pets to several dangers…   Read More…

Vaccinations

Summer is here and hopefully, some of you are taking a hard-earned break! If you are not sure when their vaccination is due, give us a call.  Read More…

Opening HoursBayfairPapamoa
Monday8.00 - 5.308.00 - 5.30
Tuesday8.00 - 5.308.00 - 5.30
Wednesday8.00 - 5.308.00 - 5.30
Thursday8.00 - 5.308.00 - 5.30
Friday8.00 - 5.308.00 - 5.30
Saturday9.00 - 1.00Closed
SundayClosedClosed

Due to the current government announcement, as of December 3rd, our clinic will be following the Red COVID protection framework.

We ask that clients adhere to the following safety measures:

  • Please do not attend the clinic if you are unwell.
  • It is now a requirement that all clients entering our clinic are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (if eligible).
  • Please wear your face mask or present your face covering exemption card.
  • Please check-in via the QR codes around our clinic for contact tracing purposes.
     

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