New Covid Protection Framework – Orange Traffic light system

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

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OUR CHRISTMAS TRADING HOURS

A list of our trading hours over the holiday season this year. If you have a pet emergency whilst we are closed, please contact AFTERHOURS VET CLINIC 03 3661052.

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Change to our Saturday hours

From the 6th of September, we have made the call to close early on Saturdays at 2pm instead of 4pm. We will still be open Monday - Friday 7:30am - 7:00pm to support and care for your pets. The impact of COVID-19 has been felt widely throughout the veterinarian community and has further impacted the global shortage of veterinarians in our industry.

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COVID-19 Update

Due to the current government announcement, our clinic is moving to Alert Level 2.

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Annual Christchurch Pet Expo 8th and 9th May, Pioneer Stadium

Recently the Best for Pet clinics from around Christchurch joined all the animal lovers from around the area in a weekend all about pets.

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New NZCAR phone number

The New Zealand Companion Animal Register have recently changed their phone number.

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Win A Royal Canin Diet for your Pet

It's important that your pets maintain a healthy weight. A healthy weight can help them live a longer and happier life, delay the onset of some diseases, and improve their activity levels.

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Holiday Trading Hours

In the event of an emergency, please call Afterhours Veterinary Clinic (Corner of Disraeli St and

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Diet essentials for your new puppy or kitten

We've seen a huge increase in the number of new puppies and kittens being welcomed into families this year. With good nutrition being one of the most important factors in ensuring your furry family member grows up healthy and strong.

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Signs your pet is bored

Have you ever wondered what your pet does when you’re not around? Many of us think they can keep themselves occupied all day. The reality is that when pets are alone and without stimuli, they can get bored and even develop behavioural issues.

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