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48 Ridge Road, Howick, AucklandOpening Hours: Mon, Tues and Thurs: 8.00am to 7.00pm Wednesday and Friday: 8.00am - 6.00pm Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
The Pet Doctors Howick team speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Russian, Dutch and English, much to the delight of their clients. The clinic has just had a refresh including their reception area and signage, leaving the clinic looking fantastic.
The clinic recently had a bird, Lexi, brought in by two locals who found her in the community. Lexi is a 5 year old Eclectus Parrot. After a little detective work the clinic found out that her owners had let her go back into the environment before they moved to another country. Lexi has a gentle personality, and loves taking treats from the team’s hands, and is now a great clinic attraction. She must feel comfortable, as she has started to talk almost every day, clean language thank-goodness, but the team love hearing her new phrases. The team are glad that Lexi made her way to the clinic, and she was fortunate to find her forever home with Shalee, who brings her into the clinic each day. As well as Lexi, the Eclectus Parrot, the clinic has also once had a penguin brought into the clinic, who was found on a local beach. The penguin was taken to Pet Doctors Exotics clinic to be cared for but it was a great experience for the team to be able to get up and close and personal with the little guy.
We cater to the Howick, Highland Park, Bucklands Beach, Pakuranga, Whitford and Beachlands areas.
After Hours Emergency:
MANUKAU AFTER HOURS VET CLINIC,
15 Jack Conway Avenue, Manukau.
Phone: 09 277 8383
We will always put your pets health and wellbeing 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 and the latest 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.
SENIOR VETERINARIAN - BVSc
Andrea is an experienced Small Animal Veterinarian and has been working in Botany for the past 13 years. After graduation from Massey she also spent some time in Sydney and then throughout the UK working and on holiday to see a bit of the world. She lives locally in Howick and has three children which keep her very busy in her spare time. She enjoys the on-going challenges that Veterinary medicine offers, and recently completed a business management course.
Kurt has been part of the Pet Doctor’s team at South Auckland Veterinary Hospital for more than 10 years, recently transferring to join the great team at Howick. He graduated from Pretoria University in 1997 and went on to complete an honours degree in Veterinary Science. In addition, he is currently studying towards a postgraduate diploma in veterinary science at Massey University. He enjoys working on both medical and surgical cases and has worked in companion animal practices in England and South Africa before immigrating to NZ. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with my his wife and two young boys. He also enjoys running, gardening and bush walks.
Veterinarian - BVSc
Craig has been working as a Veterinarian since he graduated from Massey in 1998. He started work in mixed practice in Southland for several years, before heading to the UK for his OE. While there Craig was involved in the Foot and Mouth outbreak. Since returning to New Zealand, he has worked as a small animal vet in Auckland. Craig has recently obtained his membership exams in Small Animal Dentistry and oral surgery, and has started performing root canals and other advanced dental procedures. In his spare time he enjoys golf, skiing, reading, music, squash and diving.
Junior Veterinary Associate
Ever since the age of 7, Lily has wanted to work with animals and after several years of hard work, she graduated in 2016 from Massey University with a Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences. Her favourite part about working with animals are meeting new people and their pets, and building a relationship with them through their visits.
Lily used to own a sassy cat named MeowMeow who once got jealous about her family babysitting a puppy, and had to give her loads of cuddles and treats to make it up to her. Unfortunately, MeowMeow passed away during her vet studies and she has yet to adopt another pet.
Outside of work, Lily enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.
Ingrid has worked and lived in Howick for many years, some may remember Ingrid from when she owned the Pet shop in Howick.
Ingrid has a Löwchen named Bella, two cats that originally arrived as strays, Bella and Gypsy, Bob a Scottish fold cat and a lovebird, Popeye, who is quite the clown.
Ingrid can speak Dutch and in her spare time is kept busy with her two daughters, a grandson and granddaughter, so lots of family time and plenty of baby-sitting.
Shalee has been part of the Pet Doctors group for many years. She has a strong focus on customer service gaining knowledge and experience from previously being a business owner.
Shalee has 3 children, a Pomeranian x Sydney Silkie called Pepa and 2 cats, Mac and Sid who she hand raised from one-day old.
Shalee has bungee jumped off the Auckalnd Harbour Bridge…but says she would never do it again.
Natalia has always been involved or worked with animals.
Natalia worked overseas in a zoo as a rehabilitation keeper and her voluntary work includes the SPCA and the South Island Aquarium and Kiwi House where Natalia nursed stray birds, cats and rodents.
Natalia has a degree in Science, Conservation Ecology and a Certificate in Veterinary Nursing.
Before studying for her Certificate in Veterinary Nursing, Rebecca was a qualified chef for 5 years but decided she wasn't fulfilled enough in her career and didn't want to spend her life in a job that she didn't love. She has always wanted to work with animals and vet nursing has become a career she is extremely passionate about and loving.
Rebecca is most excited for her career with Pet Doctors Howick, especially having the chance to learn and gather knowledge from such a supportive team.
Rebecca has two cats; Ebola (blame her stepdad for the name!) and Niko who's as spoilt as anything. In her free time, she enjoys DIY restoration projects such as old chairs & tables, and going for long walks.
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