Tauranga Vets – Your Animal Health Professional

New Zealand entered the Covid-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Light System) on Friday 3rd December. We would like to reassure all our clients that taking care of your animals remains our top priority. During any level of the traffic light system, we will continue to see and care for all your loved companion and large animals. Please read important information here.

Our four vet clinics in Tauranga, Te Puna, Katikati and Papamoa are focused on providing the best veterinary care for your companion, production, equine and lifestyle animals.

We provide treatment for all manner of ailments that may affect your furry friends from our well-equipped facilities, including our purpose-built veterinary hospital on Cameron Rd. We are also mobile and can easily visit you at your farm or lifestyle property. We welcome the opportunity to care for your animals – large and small, and are pleased to accept Super Gold cards as well as payment through QCard and Humm (formally Oxipay). Give us a call and talk to one of our friendly clinic staff.

About us

About Us

Tauranga Vets has a long history of helping keep animals healthy in the Bay of Plenty since the region’s first veterinary service was introduced in the early 1940’s.

Best Practice Accredited 

Tauranga Vets’ clinic on Cameron Rd has been recognised as one of the best veterinary clinics in New Zealand. The clinic was awarded Best Practice accreditation by the New Zealand Veterinary Association in 2014 following an extensive voluntary audit.

Meet the team

Our team of experienced veterinarians, veterinary nurses and support staff are as passionate about your animals as you are. We pride ourselves on professional animal healthcare.

Latest News

Skin and coat irritations in cats and dogs

February 21st, 2022|0 Comments

Is your cat or dog itching and scratching? Yes, it may be that you have a flea issue to deal with (in that case, head to your vet clinic for some treatment) however there are a number of reasons why your pet may have a skin or coat irritation, fleas only being one of them.