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Pets & Companion Animals

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With nine full time veterinarians dedicated to our companion animal practice, this comprises a large and vital part of Vet Services Hawke's Bay. The bulk of our focus is on dogs and cats, but a variety of pets, be they furred, feathered or finned are catered for.

A team of qualified, experienced veterinary nurses manage the day to day running of our clinics, taking care of patients throughout their stay with us.

Both the Waipukurau and Hastings clinics are "Best Practice" accredited, ensuring you the highest standard of care for your animal.

All clinics are fully equipped to handle most surgical and medical cases, with the option of specialist referral where required. Vet Services has a strong emphasis on continuing education with our vets regularly attending veterinary conferences both in New Zealand and abroad.

In Waipukurau, Napier a professional dog groomer is available by appointment.

Puppy preschool is run by our experienced staff at the Hastings and Waipukurau clinics and is a great way to ensure your new pup is well socialized and gets a great start in training.

Our shops stock a large range of premium pet foods, shampoos, nutritional supplements, flea and worm products as well as a host of other pet necessities.


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Related Articles

These articles are compiled by our vets and are intended to complement our Veterinary services by giving you access to research articles and animal health information. They are only guides - we strongly recommend you consult your vet for a full diagnosis.

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  • Urinary Tract Disorders - Neil Stuttle : Urinary tract disorders are very common in cats and dogs and are a regular part of our case load here at Vet Services Hawkes Bay. Read Neil's article here to learn more about urinary tract disorders...
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