Facility Cat

Why choose ARC for your cat?

ARC is staffed with veterinary specialists/consultants in multiple disciplines. As in human medicine, veterinary specialists must undergo extensive training beyond that of the basic veterinary degree. This allows them to provide advanced veterinary care in their discipline, that complements the services provided by your local veterinary clinic.

Sometimes an animal’s problems are complex and would benefit from input from more than one clinician. If this is the case with your cat then both the medical and surgical specialists/consultants will collaborate to create the most appropriate treatment plan. At ARC this bespoke approach is provided at no extra cost.

ARC has state-of-the art equipment that enables has state-of-the art equipment to enable the best possible care to be provided to your cat. This includes:

  • Ultrasound 
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Digital radiography (x-ray)
  • HD video endoscopy 
  • Surgivet multiparameter patient monitors
  • Draegar Primus anaesthetic machines
  • In-house laboratory allowing rapid and accurate blood testing
  • Continuous ECG (Holter) monitoring
  • Purpose built rehabilitation suite with Hydro Physio Underwater Treadmill
  • 64 slice Siemens SOMATOM go.Up CT scanner 
  • Off site access to MRI and radiation therapy

Dedicated cat facility

We recognise that cats are particularly vulnerable to stress, and have designed our facility with this in mind. We have a dedicated cat hospital so that our feline friends do not even see a dog during their stay with us. These outstanding facilities are designed to exceed the highest cat friendly standards set by the International Society of Feline Medicine.

  • ARC is OPEN during Alert Level 4, providing services in a contactless manner
  • Emergency clients must phone us for an appointment, we have a limited capacity to take walk-ins
  • Our call volumes are currently very high so please use email for non-urgent enquiries: reception@arcvets.co.nz