Welcome to Vet Services Hawkes Bay. We look forward to helping you no matter what species you need assistance with. For an overview of the services we offer at Vet Services Hawkes Bay, please refer to specific areas of interest below:
Vet Services is particularly proud of our long-standing and close involvement with the sheep industry in Hawkes Bay.
We at Vet Services Hawkes Bay are passionate about Dairying. We work closely with our farmers to help them maximise their efficiency and profits. We offer many herd health services such as mastitis control and fertility management including scanning.
With many of our veterinarians and support staff actively involved in equestrian activity, be this hunting, dressage, breeding or just owning horses and hacking, horses are never too far from the topic of conversation around the practice.
At Vet Services we are lucky to have a large proportion of our canine patients being farm working dogs.
Vet Services has a long close involvement with Hawkes Bay beef cattle breeders. Hawkes Bay is home to a large number of commercial beef herds as well as many nationally recognised stud herds.
Vet Services has been an absolute leader in veterinary services to the deer industry, ever since the establishment of commercial deer farming in New Zealand just thirty years ago.
We hate to Nag but its your Horses Birthday this month!
Spring Sheep Seminars
Topics inclue: Mycoplasma Bovis and me: being in the middle of it A summary of our drench resistance testing in 2018 Genetics for sheep: some science A pre-wean drench for lambs? that is the... More
July Vet News 2018
View the July 2018 newsletter from Vet Services Hawkes bay.
May/June Vet News 2018
View the May 2018 newsletter from Vet Services Hawkes bay.
Hastings Spore Count Results
The counts are reducing and the risk period is nearing the end. This is due to the cooler weather. There are still a few hot spots around especially Eskdale so still be wary in those areas. Click here...
Waipukurau Spore Count Results
Looks like a couple of counts have risen, one final hoo-rah before the seasons out. These counts are unlikely to persist due to the recent frosts. Looks like the end of 2018 season â€“ bring on 2019, it...
As many of you know, the foot is a common source of lameness; up to 90% of lameness can be locate...
With the equestrian season kicking off in most disciplines, Spring is a good time for your horse to have its annual â€śwarrant of fitness&aci...
We have had a couple of interesting cases over the last few months where our Vets have been able to use the endoscope to help diagnose and address...
Arthritis will be in almost all our working dogs by the age of 5. The severity depends on breeding and size of the breed, previous injuries, nutrit...
To get the most out of your team, ensure you take measures to keep them comfortable.