“Clinical excellence with passion and commitment”
To provide the highest level of care to pets throughout Cape Town. We are dedicated to treating and taking care of pets with a level of love and care that is second to none, taking into account that pets are more than just animals, they are an integral part of people’s lives and become irreplaceable members of families.
The Cape Animal Medical Centre, established in 1996, is made up of a over 30 staff members, including specialists, veterinarians with special interest clinics, general and after-hours veterinarians, qualified nurses and supporting nursing assistants. The CAMC is a fully developed veterinary medical clinic, providing round-the-clock veterinary care, premium pet food, OTC pet products, treatments, treats and toys to all of Cape Town and beyond.
At the CAMC, we have 4 general wards, a dedicated ICU ward and a separate isolation ward. We also offer digital x-rays, endoscopy, ultrasound and the latest blood analysis machines, allowing the CAMC to provide the highest level of care to your pets at any time of the day. The CAMC also offers medical boarding for animals. The All Hours Clinic (After Hours Veterinary Clinic and Day Clinic) is staffed by veterinarians and veterinary nursing assistants 24 hours a day to attend to any veterinary medical situation, be it routine vaccination or a dire emergency, at any time, to the greater Cape Town.
The Centre is also home to qualified veterinary specialists and veterinarians with special interests, offering various alternative or scientifically advanced treatment options. At the CAMC, we acknowledge and agree that your pets are precious members of the family and should therefore be treated as such.
Caring for the health of your pet may involve significant expense, but we understand that when it comes to a pet that forms such a firm part of your family, they’re worth every cent. It is for this reason that we believe in the value of pet insurance and advise clients to seriously consider this service. For more information, contact the CAMC or speak to your vet at your next appointment.