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729 Main South Road, Templeton, ChristchurchOpening Hours: Monday to Friday: 8.00am - 6.00pm Saturday: 9.00am - 12.00pm Sunday: Closed
Templeton Pet Hospital has been established for many years, and as of 2015, we’re pleased to have joined the Pet Doctors Family. We 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 and emergency treatment.
Our vets are Teresa, Michelle, Emily and Riana. Teresa, Michelle and Riana all work part time as they have young families to look after and Emily shares her time between Templeton and Harewood.
Our nurse are Luella, Helen-Mary, Robyn and Catherine - who is also the clinic Team Leader. Our nurses have many years experience with Luella and Helen-Mary having worked at the Templeton clinic for many years and Robyn and Catherine completing their Vet Nurse training to long ago to mention!
Karen is our client relations superstar who has been looking after our wonderful clients for many many years.
The clinic is a petite size but fully equipped and following a post earthquake make over it's looking great both inside and out. We cater to the Christchurch suburbs of Templeton, West Melton, Rolleston, Prebbleton, Hornby, Halswell & Darfield.
Afterhours Emergency Care:
Afterhours Veterinary Centre
90 Disraeli Street
03 366 1052
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.
VETERINARY NURSE AND TEAM LEADER
Catherine has a Certificate in Veterinary Nursing which she completed in 1998 at Christchurch Polytech. She has a special interest in managing medical conditions such as heart problems, feline lower urinary tract disease and hyperthyroidism. She works part time as she has two lovely children and is very busy. While at work she splits her time between administration duties and client relations. Sadly her British Bulldog called Flynn passed away in 2012 but she still has two spoilt cats called Phillip and Huckleberry who she rescued after being brought into the clinic as strays. She is looking forward to getting a puppy in the future.
Your pets, our patients, are our world.
We're dedicated to making that world happier and healthier.