Veterinary Nursing Care at home

May 2022 3
Years' Experience
About Us

Nursing Pawfection

Nursing Pawfection is a small, local business dedicated to providing in-home veterinary nursing care to your beloved pets. Nursing Pawfection is based in Rolleston and travels to other parts of Selwyn and Christchurch. 

Courtneay is a qualified Veterinary Nurse with experience in general practice, mobile nursing, and shelter medicine.

Courtneay has two dogs, eight cats, and a variety of foster animals at home who keep her learning, and looking for new and better ways to improve the lives of all animals. They also contribute to the experience and compassion Courtneay brings to every house visit.

Qualified Vet Nurse
Animal Lover
10 Years' Experience
Guardian to 2 Dogs & 8 Cats
Our Services

What We Do.

Cat Nail Trims

Dog Nail Trims

Cat Grooming

Health Checks

Flea and Worm Treatments


Anal Gland Expression

Fluid Therapy

Glucose Curve

Ear Cleaning


Why Choose Us.

You’ve got lots of options when it comes to getting help with your loved ones. So why should you choose Nursing Pawfection?

Qualified Professional

Courtneay is a qualified Veterinary Nurse with experience in general practice, mobile nursing, and shelter medicine.

No sedation

We do not use any sedation or drugs, just confident handling.

Personalised in-home care

We're dedicated to providing quality in-home care for your pets

A true pet lover

Your beloved pets are in safe hands with a true animal lover, just like you.

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Get Every Answer From Here.

No, Veterinary Nurses are not permitted to sedate pets without a Veterinarian. Don't worry, we have experience and confident handling techniques to get the job done. 

No, sorry. We do not offer pet bathing services.

Payment in full is expected at the time of treatment.

We accept cash or EFTPOS. 

You can view our terms & conditions here

Online Store

Our Products.

We offer a range of pet supplies that have been carefully selected with animal welfare, quality, and other important aspects in mind. Everything you see here has been tested by various members of the Nursing Pawfection family. 

Experience the difference that our commitment to animal welfare and quality can make!

Monday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday CLOSED

Hours of Service.

I ask that you are respectful of these hours of business and refrain from calling outside of these hours. I am unable to answer while driving or in appointments so text or email is best. You are welcome to email at any time and I will be in touch when I am able. If you have an emergency concerning your pet’s health, please contact your veterinarian or the After-Hours Veterinary Clinic in Christchurch.

Testimonials & Reviews

Client's Feedback


Posts & Updates

July 1, 2024
Welcome to July and Winter! It has been a chilly one so far and I have certainly seen that results of that in my grooming patients. Coats are getting thick and fluffy to keep warm, but also get wet and tangled when pets are outdoors. I can’t stress enough how important it is to get on top of these things BEFORE matting occurs. Grooming appointments fill up fast at this time of year, so get in touch soon if you need helps with your pet’s Winter jacket!
June 10, 2024
It’s a late and brief newsletter this month. The last week has been hectic with one very sick little cat. 
May 2, 2024
Welcome to May and another super newsy newsletter. As I was planning this newsletter in my head, I was overwhelmed with the amount of family, foster, product,  and industry updates  I have! It’s been a busy month. 
April 1, 2024
Happy Easter and welcome to April! The Nursing Pawfection team have had a pretty quiet long weekend. As Ollie gets older, he wants more frequent short walks, so long weekends are great for getting in LOTS of those. With six foster cats and our own seven felines, the rest of the weekend was spent entertaining, cleaning and socialising them too. 
March 1, 2024
At the end of this month, we celebrate Easter. While working in general practice, every single Easter we had a least one dog who had eaten a toxic amount of chocolate which resulted in us inducing vomiting. Chocolate vomit is a smell I will never forget! For this reason, March at Nursing Pawfection is all about dangerous foods.
February 1, 2024
I have decided to celebrate all things dental this month, and share some of my favourite tips, tricks and products to help keep your furry family member’s pearl whites healthy! There is of course the usual updates on our family’s misadventures and an update on our beautiful foster Duchess.