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CareVets Racing Scholarship »

Starting out in motor racing is a tricky business. In fact, just raising the money to buy a car, let alone run it is a massive task and a huge undertaking. With many drivers, having the skills is not always the problem to making that first step. CareVets will support two young drivers as they […]

Cambridge Pooch Races »

CareVets enjoyed a day in Cambridge on Sunday 1st November 2015 as one of the sponsors of the annual Pooch Racing event. This is a family day out where your pooch can race against other dogs on the Greyhound track. The CareVets “Pink Gorilla for Charity” aka CareVets Director Keith Houston was out in force […]

Pawsitive news for animal lovers »

Cold laser therapy is here to make your pet´s life better. Cold laser treatment is a low-level laser therapy to treat conditions and injuries in dogs and other animals. Dr Ilona Musil of CareVets in Johnsonville explains that they are the only practice in Wellington to have one of the cold laser machines at present, […]

Run Hatchett Run »

CareVets New Zealand are proud to be sponsors of “Hatchet” who will compete in Alaska at the Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race in March 2016. Hatchet is an eight year old Alaskan Husky and is a member of the NZ Underdog Sled Dog Racing Team. He is described in his bio as “one cool dude […]

Dog experiences ‘miracle’ arthritic recovery »

At the beginning of this year, Koromatua Rottweiler dog Raz, was diagnosed with a severe case of degenerative arthritis that left the then nine-year-old limping slowly towards her deathbed. As time went on she became increasingly stiff, was soon no longer able to jump, and had to be lifted in and out of vehicles when […]

CareVets Porirua flooded during recent bad weather »

Spare a thought for our Porirua team. The store was completely flooded during the downpour in Wellington on 14th May. All the animals are safe and well.

Hamilton home to New Zealand-first Veterinary technology »

New Zealand pet owners can look forward to improved veterinary diagnosis with the arrival of the country’s first Computed Tomography (CT) scanner designed specifically for pets. The scanner, a unique diagnostic imaging system worth about $250,000, arrived and was installed at the Waikato After Hours Veterinary Hospital in Hamilton this week. CareVets & Waikato After […]

DesexyRevolution at CareVets Mt Wellington on May 10th 2015 »

    Desexy Revolution is an initiative to end pet overpopulation by providing free desexing services to lower decile areas, along with an educational programme on the benefits of desexing. Following the huge success of the first `DesexyRevolution` event a second day has been organised for May 10th 2015. Applications are flooding in for the […]