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Uniquely located on Unitec's Mt Albert campus, VetCare Unitec is your local vet for residents in Pt Chev, Western Springs, Mt Albert, Waterview Blockhouse Bay, Avondale and West Auckland.
In addition to providing your cherished cat, dog or other pets with the highest level of Medical and surgical veterinary care we also assist staff and students of Unitec with there veterinary nursing training and study.
Call us for free advice about the health of your cat or dog. Additionally, many common pet health questions are answered in our Handouts and FAQ sections.
Connect with us on social media to see and share great pet stories, photos and videos!
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