Our Pet Animal Team is committed to providing quality care for your cats, dogs and other companion animals!

Our companion animal department cares about keeping your pet well.
We offer a wide range of both services and products for your pet.

We believe prevention is better than cure and to back this claim we have developed several wellness clinics,
most of which are FREE, to optimise your pet’s quality of life.

Our large team of experienced veterinarians, qualified veterinary nurses and friendly support staff are all here for the love of pets, and will do their best to help you and your furry, feathery or slimy family members.

We have a comprehensive range of pet accessories in store, along with a large range of premium pet foods for maximum health of your pet. We also stock prescription diets for the management of specific conditions.

Clinic open 7 days

Six Post-Graduate Qualified Veterinarians

Excellent Knowledge of Pet Animals

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3 weeks ago

Cambridge Vets

We only have a few spaces left for our Puppy pre-school classes starting 8th November. Get in quick! For more information visit our website;
www.cambridgevets.co.nz/pet-animal-services/our-pet-animal-services/
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We only have a few spaces left for our Puppy pre-school classes starting 8th November. Get in quick! For more information visit our website;
https://www.cambridgevets.co.nz/pet-animal-services/our-pet-animal-services/

 

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I couldn’t recommend a better puppy pre school !! I did this near on 20 years ago with my border collie and Megan and Cindy are the best !!! Good on you girls . Thank you for continuing to help us out with our fur babies !!

Highly recommend too!

1 month ago

Cambridge Vets

Last week, one of our vets Corey saw a beautiful and very happy Cindy the Labrador. She came in to see us here at Cambridge Vets as she had been scratching at her ears. Ear problems are a common condition we see and is a good opportunity to show you a bit of the behind the scenes, but also talk about ear health.

This photograph shows a look down the microscope in the back after taking some swabs from Cindy’s ears. You can see what look like little peanuts, or shoe prints in blue. These are little yeast! Cindy has a yeast ear infection called Malassezia. She will have her ears cleaned out, and then treated with medications. It is important to come back at the end of the medications to check that all of these little guys are gone, so we will see Cindy back in a weeks time!

Did you know that dogs have an ear canal that makes a 90 degree turn? The other photo here shows the inner workings, and why it can be hard to clean ears. Follow these simple steps to make sure you are getting the most out of your ear cleaners.
1. Come in and purchase an appropriate cleaner for ears
2. Go outside, as it really can be a messy job
3. Hold the ear upright, and fill up the ear hole until the cleaner starts overflowing
4. Massage the bottom of the ear to get a nice squishing noise
5. Step back (really do step back) and let them shake, shake, shake
6. Repeat steps 3 -5
7. Wipe out the bits of the ear that you can see with a cloth or some cotton balls
Doing this will make sure that you get all of the crud way down deep in the ear canal, and is a safe and effective way to maintain good ear health.

Feel free to come in and meet with one of the team for a demonstration if it’s easier 😊 Happy cleaning! 🐕🐾
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Last week, one of our vets Corey saw a beautiful and very happy Cindy the Labrador. She came in to see us here at Cambridge Vets as she had been scratching at her ears. Ear problems are a common condition we see and is a good opportunity to show you a bit of the behind the scenes, but also talk about ear health. 

This photograph shows a look down the microscope in the back after taking some swabs from Cindy’s ears. You can see what look like little peanuts, or shoe prints in blue. These are little yeast! Cindy has a yeast ear infection called Malassezia. She will have her ears cleaned out, and then treated with medications. It is important to come back at the end of the medications to check that all of these little guys are gone, so we will see Cindy back in a weeks time!

Did you know that dogs have an ear canal that makes a 90 degree turn? The other photo here shows the inner workings, and why it can be hard to clean ears. Follow these simple steps to make sure you are getting the most out of your ear cleaners. 
1. Come in and purchase an appropriate cleaner for ears
2. Go outside, as it really can be a messy job
3. Hold the ear upright, and fill up the ear hole until the cleaner starts overflowing
4. Massage the bottom of the ear to get a nice squishing noise
5. Step back (really do step back) and let them shake, shake, shake
6. Repeat steps 3 -5
7. Wipe out the bits of the ear that you can see with a cloth or some cotton balls
Doing this will make sure that you get all of the crud way down deep in the ear canal, and is a safe and effective way to maintain good ear health. 

Feel free to come in and meet with one of the team for a demonstration if it’s easier 😊 Happy cleaning! 🐕🐾Image attachment

 

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Good one Corey

2 months ago

Cambridge Vets

Check out our new Cambridge Vets website! 😊🐾 www.cambridgevets.co.nz/ ... See MoreSee Less

Check out our new Cambridge Vets website! 😊🐾 https://www.cambridgevets.co.nz/

2 months ago

Cambridge Vets

Give your furry friend a holiday from fleas, ticks and worms in time for summer with NEXGARD or NEXGARD SPECTRA® and get a free beach bag. Simply purchase any qualifying triple pack to be in to win. Conditions apply. Pop into the clinic for details 🐕🐈🐾😊 ... See MoreSee Less

Give your furry friend a holiday from fleas, ticks and worms in time for summer with NEXGARD or NEXGARD SPECTRA® and get a free beach bag. Simply purchase any qualifying triple pack to be in to win. Conditions apply. Pop into the clinic for details 🐕🐈🐾😊
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