Welcome to Animates Vetcare

At Animates Vetcare, we have your vet care covered. Our purpose is to share our love and passion for animals through the pursuit of veterinary excellence. As your local pet care professionals we are here to provide your furry family members with the very best in veterinary medicine, disease prevention and healthcare advice.

We offer a full range of animal health services; consultations, desexing, dentals, vaccinations, surgery and laboratory testing. From an annual check up, to illness or an accident, we can ensure your pet's health and wellbeing is our top priority.

Top performing teams and state-of-the art clinics

With 17 vet clinics nationwide, we pride ourselves on having some of the most committed and professional veterinary teams in the country. Their knowledge, support and skills enable them to perform to their best for your pets. We are part of a wide network of knowledge and resources. From dentistry to dermatology, we have skilled team members who can share their knowledge to obtain the best solution for your pet.

Our clinics are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and we continue to prioritise investment in equipment for all our clinics to ensure we are offering leading diagnostics with the highest standards of clinic care. 

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  1. Why table scraps are bad for your dog animates

    Why table scraps are bad for your dog

    Saying no to puppy dog eyes is something which most pet parents struggle with particularly when it is as easy as giving  them a little scrap off your plate. Unfortunately treating your dog with your dinner is not only encouraging begging behaviour it also is simply not good for them and can in fact cause harm.

  2. Should I get my pet desexed? vetcare

    Should I get my pet desexed?

    Deciding on whether to have your pet de-sexed or not is a question we get asked a lot. At Animates Vetcare we recommend that all pets be de-sexed. Not only are there are a number of health benefits by having your pet de-sexed, it also decreases the number of unwanted puppies and kittens that find themselves homeless or in shelters across New Zealand.