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Corner of Mill & Tristram Streets, (Opposite Waikato Stadium), HamiltonOpening Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 6:30pm Saturday & Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Our Tristram Street clinic was established in 1996 and has grown to become one of New Zealand's leading small animal practices.
Tristram Street is a fully equipped pet hospital with extensive medical and surgical services available. We can also offer the latest diagnostic techniques such as ultrasound, endoscopy and inhouse blood testing.We have the central North Islands only small animal orthopaedic veterinary specialist service (VetSOS) in clinic as well as visiting specialists.
Tristram street is home to our resident cockatiel named… Tristram (creative, we know). He provides us and the clients with a lot of entertainment on his good days and a lot of shouting and inappropriate behaviour on his bad days.
We have the best cattery that is attached to the clinic and is fantastically organised by Rochelle. It also helps provide the staff with some respite in stressful times when you need something fluffy to cuddle!
Situated in central Hamilton City (opposite FMG Stadium), we are open seven days a week to cater for any needs your pet may have.
After Hours Emergency Care:
Waikato After Hours hospital
Corner Anglesea and Liverpool St
Monday to Friday Hours:
8.30am to 10.30am AND 4pm to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday Hours:
8.30am to 10.30am AND 1.30pm to 3.30pm
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.
Veterinarian - BVSc
Shanaka graduated at Massey University 2004, he has worked in Australia, UK and various clinics in NZ. Completing a small animal rotating internship at the University of Sydney 2006 and passed the Australian College Membership exams in Small Animal Medicine 2008. Shanaka’s special interests include internal medicine and imaging.
Outside of work Shanaka enjoys cooking, running and playing social soccer [when not injured].
Aileen graduated at Bristol University 1996, initially being employed as a mixed animal Vet for 3 years in UK before leaving for her OE. Originally only planning to stay in NZ for 1 year but 16 years later Aileen calls NZ home. In 2010 Aileen joined Pet Doctors where she enjoys all facets of veterinary practice including soft tissue surgery and medicine. Aileen has done volunteer work in India with Vets Beyond Borders where she treated street dogs and educated local communities.
Outside of work Aileen enjoys running and exploring the countryside with her 2 ponies Rue and Mia.
Veterinarian - BVSc
Genevieve graduated at Massey University 2009.
Veterinarian - BVSc
Fran is a Surgical Veterinarian at the Pet Doctors Tristram clinic and is extremely competent, with many years' experience both in New Zealand and the UK.
Fran is dedicated to providng the best possbile surgical practice in the clinic and her knowledge and experience is second to none.
Unfortunately, Fran has had to leave her two cats in the care of her mother in the UK, but loves being around animals. Ask for Fran at your next visit to Pet Doctors Tristram.
Team Leader & Veterinary Nurse
Samantha is new to the Veterinary industry, recently acquiring a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and joining Pet Doctors in 2014.
Veterinary Nursing Support
Bettina has a certificate in Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing and is currently completely her diploma. She has had experience in a few different clinics and loved every minute of it. Bettina has also been volunteering at the SPCA for almost a year now. She enjoys being in a clinical setting.
Bettina has one cat named Jasper who is a domestic medium hair male. She adopted him from the SPCA when he was 4 years old. Fun fact about Bettina is that her dad and her mother's father are both from Denmark making her 3 quarters Danish.
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