Hello I'm Mark Clasper. It was always my dream to work as a veterinarian from a very young age and my parents patiently suffered a stream of pets from lizards, fish and frogs to dog and cats. After graduation l practiced overseas for 7 years before working in small animal practices in Auckland then starting Remuera Vets. My expectations for pet and client care at the practice are high and we aim to fulfill your expectations every day. It gives me a real kick to see the kids of our original clients coming back with their pets now.
Originally from New Plymouth, Rachel moved to Auckland for work after completing her veterinary degree at Massey University in 2018. She is enjoying exploring her new home and getting to know her clients and their animals. Outside of work Rachel likes to keep fit, whether at the gym or swimming, and balances this with exploring all the culinary options Auckland has to offer
Dr Elena Bryant has recently rejoined the team and brings with her over 20 years of both medical and surgical experience as a companion animal vet. She has a crazy fun loving young Staffie called Ronayne and a collection of cats and hens. When not at work Elena can be found in the garden, on the beach walking her dog or hanging off cliffs rock climbing.
Tracey graduated from Vet Nurse Plus in 2009. She has two cats called Lynx and Rex. In her spare time she likes going to the beach, fishing and running.
Sefora is a recent graduate, finishing her Diploma in Veterinary Nursing in 2018. She loves all animals and currently has a cat named Thomas. In her spare time she likes to relax as well as go out to catch up with her friends.
Amanda is a Diploma nurse and has been nursing for 12 years. She has done specialist work as well as working in general practice over this time. She has a cat, a dog and a guinea pig and spends her spare time hanging out at home with her pets and husband and doing performance art.
Rebekah has just completed her final year of her Diploma of Vet Nursing at Unitec. When she isn't giving cuddles to all of the patients in clinic she can be found exploring the walking trails and restaurants that Auckland has to offer. She has reluctantly been limited by her partner to only two cats (Ladle and Jean Jean) and two pet rats (Remi and Baloney)."