CareVets Te Atatu has been part of the Te Atatu Peninsula community for many years and has a suite of medical, diagnostic and surgical facilities along with a range of pet food and supplies. We can help with a sore tooth, a mystery lump, an itchy paw and everything in between.
|Monday||8:00am – 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am – 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am – 6:00pm|
|Thursday||8:00am – 6:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am – 6:00pm|
|Saturday||9:00am – 2:00pm|
Amber holds a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and has been part of the CareVets Te Atatu team since February 2022. In clinic she enjoys meeting and greeting clients and their animals as they come through the door. She also enjoys providing nursing care to patients that require hospitalisation. Amber has 5 animals of her own – two Chihuahuas called Moby and Pixie, an American Staffordshire called Ernie and Spider her cat.
Meow! My name is Cheezel and I’m one of the resident cats at the Te Atatu clinic. I don’t like to get my feet dirty so you will find me inside either “holding down the fridge” or snoozing in my office. My favourite treats are temptations and I will follow you anywhere for these – well, maybe not too far. I also like to schmooze other animals in the waiting room, because I just love making new friends.
Prr! My name is Mac (Macaroni) and I’m a new addition at the Te Atatu clinic. I’m just a baby, even though I’m a big cat! My favourite toy is the mop, I like to grab it under the doors, and dance around on the wet floor. I like all food, especially when I can steal it from the lunchroom table. You might find me curled up with Cheezel as he’s my father figure, he gives the best cuddles around.