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42 Whatawhata Road, HamiltonOpening Hours: Monday - Friday: 8.00am - 6.00pm Weekends: Closed
Our Dinsdale clinic was established many years ago and provides vet care for your pet in the western suburbs of Hamilton. The team strive to care for your pets in a relaxed and welcoming clinic. They are able to provide a range of vet services including de-sexing, dental care & special Radio-iodine Treatment for hyperthyroidism.
We cater to the Waikato regions of Nawton, Frankton, Dinsdale, Western Heights and Whatawhata.
After Hours Emergency Care:
Waikato After Hours hospital
Corner Anglesea and Liverpool St
07 839 5656
We will always put your pets health and well-being first and are very fortunate to work alongside a bunch of the most dedicated vets, vet nurses and customer care people in the country.
The expertise, equipment and high level of staff training that is available ensures that this is the only place we want to work. We are proud of our pain-free policy that ensures that all pets go home post-operatively with long acting pain relief.
Dr Kathryn Hamlet (formally Kathryn Marshall) graduated from Massey University in 1993. She has been part of the Hamilton Pet Doctors team since March 2016, taking on the lead vet role at Dinsdale at the end of 2016. She is currently studying for her master’s in veterinary medicine and has a special interest in Dermatology, Internal medicine and Anaesthesia.
Kathryn runs the Feline Hyperthyroid Radioactive Iodine referral treatment for Dinsdale
Kathryn shares her home with 3 cats and a white fluffy canine Brownie. Outside of work she enjoys horse riding and being in the great outdoors.
Jess graduated from Massey
University in 2011. She spent her first three years in practice working in
Rotorua and has been with the Hamilton Pet Doctors team since 2016. She
particularly enjoys soft tissue surgery. Outside of work she enjoys tramping,
gardening and heading out sailing with family.
Team Leader & Veterinary Nurse - Dinsdale
Regan graduated from Massey University in 2006. She started as a new graduate with Pet Doctors and has worked her way up to a Senior Vet Nurse. She also had a short stint teaching Vet nursing but preferred the hands on work. Her interests are anaesthesia, in-patient nursing and she would like up skill on little critters.
Outside of work Regan enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, reading and swimming. She shares her home with her fiance, step daughter, 1 year old daughter, an old dog named Buster and two spoiled cats called Minnie and Maxine.
VETERINARY NURSE - CVN
Since graduating with a Certificate in Veterinary Nursing I have been fortunate to join the Pet Doctors group in July 2015. I have a special interest in animal behaviour and also love being involved with the surgery role.
I have a few pets in my household including my Rottweiler Minder, 2 cats Spooks and Lucky and my cockatiel Rambo. In my spare time I enjoy boxing, netball as competitive sport.
Kathy is an extremely experienced Vet Nurse at Pet Doctors, with over 20 years' experience at our clinic. Kathy has been a Vet Nurse from the age of 20 and has a special interest in surgery and any 'abnormal' special cases. As well as caring for your pets, Kathy, her husband and daughters care for Tiki & Lulu their two Shih-Tzu crosses, Penelope their cockatiel, Bubbles & Squirtels their two cats, and Lola & Daisy the Flemish Giant Rabbits - so there is nothing Kathy cannot handle! Kathy is very knowledgeable and will be more than happy to answer your questions. Ask for Kathy at your next visit to Pet Doctors Dinsdale.
Veterinary Nurse - Dinsdale & Hillcrest
Jessica is a Graduate Diploma nurse who graduated in 2018 and has been working as a nurse support at Pet Doctors Dinsdale and Pet Doctors Tristram Street clinics for the past 3 years. She is excited to make the step from nurse support to Vet Nurse. She is based at Pet Doctors Dinsdale on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and at Pet Doctors Hillcrest on Thursdays.
Jessica is very passionate and enthusiastic about her work and is a great addition to our team. In her spare time, she plays ice hockey and inline hockey as well as go dirt biking and she also loves doing puzzles. She has an 11-month-old cat called Orea who she adopted when she was brought in to the Pet Doctors Tristram street as a 2-month-old kitten looking for a home.
Your pets, our patients, are our world.
We're dedicated to making that world happier and healthier.