Pet supplies and grooming

Our selection of premium pet foods will ensure your pets get the correct balance of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

We also provide free nutritional advice and weight management programmes, stock quality flea treatments and worming products, and offer various other pet supplies, toys, collars and leads. 

We stock a range of premium pet foods including:

  • Hills Vet Essentials
  • Science Diet
  • Royal Canin

All the foods that we sell have a loyalty card scheme and 100% money back guarantee.

Please give us a call to discuss your pet’s nutritional needs. We will tailor a diet specifically for your pet that will give them the optimum quality and length of life. Remember, you are what you eat, and so is your pet!

Click here for more information on cat nutrition / dog nutrition / weight management programmes.

We provide a range of specialised grooming services and are particularly skilled at dealing with animals who are difficult to groom.

Our ability to sedate pets when performing procedures which may be uncomfortable, such as anal gland expression and the plucking and cleaning of ears, or delicate jobs like trimming hair around the eyes or on the feet, greatly decreases the stress suffered by the animal.

It's a great idea to tend to your pet's specialised grooming needs at the same time as they are receiving other treatments, i.e. when they are having a dental procedure. 

We DO NOT offer regular, day-to-day grooming grooming for aesthetic purposes, such as shampooing and blow-drying.  Bookings are essential. 

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07 Sep 2021

COVID-19 LEVEL 2 UPDATE

A huge thanks to you all for your support and patience over the last few weeks as we have worked through the challenges of lockdown together.

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07 May 2021

IndieVets: Local Vets for Local Pets

Does supporting local, family run businesses matter to you? We are super excited to announce that Vetcall is the first Christchurch veterinary clinic to join Indie Vets.

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