The company said that this is the first of a planned national network of Animor veterinary centres, which will provide both a subscription-based care plan and pay-as-you-go.
The centres will be “purpose-built in easy-to-reach-and-park locations”.
Investors and financing partners for Animor include Companion Fund (backed by Mars Petcare), CASS Entrepreneurship Fund, FSE Group, Michelson Found Animals Foundation and Covéa Insurance, who are also underwriters for the insurance backed aspects of Animor’s membership care plans.
Patrick Magrath, founder and managing director of Animor Group, said: “Advances in animal medicine have progressed rapidly in recent years in parallel with the advances in human medicine and consumer technology that we’ve all experienced.
“But the everyday reality is that the ability of many pet owners to get the best treatment and care for their animals is often limited by unnecessary complexity and financial considerations. We aim to change that with Animor.”