Ila has a new lease on life after loosing 2.5kg since December 2020! This 12 year old pooch and her dedicated owners have been working with our nursing team over the last 10 months to make small changes to her lifestyle to help her loose weight and manage her arthritis. As a result she…Details
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Drench Resistance is the number one animal health issue facing farmers and their vets in the sheep & beef industry. We are very concerned – here’s why. We have no new tools in the box to tackle this issue. No new knowledge, no new drench families, and we have to work with what we currently…Details
Drench Resistance is the number one animal health issue facing farmers and their vets in the sheep & beef industry. We are very concerned – here’s why • We have no new tools in the box to tackle this issue. No new knowledge, no new drench families, and we have to work with what we…Details
We are looking forward to moving to Alert Level 2 tomorrow and returning to a ‘near-normal’ service. We will continue to be vigilant with social distancing and good hygiene to ensure we continue to keep our staff and communities safe. The last few weeks have been a challenge for everyone and we sincerely thank you…Details
Veterinary Care and Animal Health Services at Level 3 The government has announced we will be progressing out of Level 3 at 11.59 pm on Tuesday 31 August. At Alert Level 3 restrictions will be loosened, slightly, but we will need to continue to vigilant to ensure we continue to keep our staff and communities…Details
Well, that was a big surprise! Going to Level 4 at 6.00pm last night has meant we have to change the way we operate to ensure we comply with Covid-19 government regulations. The good news is we have been through this before and have social distancing protocols in place to keep our staff, clients…Details
Working dogs are an asset to any farmer and are becoming an increasingly large investment. The lifetime value of a useful working dog is estimated to be $40,000 with dogs fulfilling roles other staff cannot replace. With this in mind it is important to provide the best care to allow dogs to reach their full…Details
It is that time of year again – time for your team of working dog’s to have their annual health check examination and vaccination. Once again, we are doing this at a discounted rate. This is a great opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have with your working dogs health.Details
Raw diets are meat-based diets (including bones and offal) that have not been cooked, this includes foods that have been frozen, dehydrated or freeze-dried. Recently these diets have gained popularity among pet owners who are hoping to provide a more natural option for their beloved companion. Although these diets may be marketed as a better…Details
Eyes Wide Open – Wool Workshop What does the future of the NZ wool industry look like? Rising costs of using the woolshed and the declining prices of strong wool has made the future of wool a point of discussion at every level of the farming business. Join us for a multi stream wool workshop…Details
While long acting anthelmintics have a role in the management of parasites in lambing ewes and the subsequent levels of pasture contamination, their use contributes to the onset and extent of anthelmintic resistance. With growing concern over the number of farms in NZ now showing clinical and subclinical issues with anthelmintic resistance, the following should be considered…Details
Two Free Workshop’s in Hastings & Waipukurau that will cover what’s involved in being “wormwise” and drench strategies for your farm.