Summertime in the veterinary industry also means puppy and kitten season. But along with the excitement and cuteness of the new furry or fluffy addition, also comes plenty of responsibility, hard work and most probably a handful of frustrations along the way.
Vet Nurse Awareness Week is celebrated every year and aims to educate the public about veterinary nurses and their vital role as part of the veterinary team.
Nutritional requirements of your cat or dog can change during the course of their lifespan. Here are our tips for transitioning their food.
As our pets age, just like us, their bodies face a multitude of new challenges. Thankfully, thanks to advances in knowledge and medicine, veterinarians can now identify and treat age-related illness much more effectively. This is especially true for pets suffering from arthritis.
Make sure the oral health of your horse remains in optimal condition, with our Equine Dental Offer. Only $150 plus mileage The special offer includes an individualised dental procedure, sedation, dental charting and a basic health check.
We are excited to finally announce that we have the option of Online Booking here at Tauranga, Te Puna, Katikati and Papamoa Village Vets.
Courtney Norton from our Katikati clinic has been appointed Equine Technologist for Tauranga, Te Puna, Katikati and Papamoa Village Vets.
It feels like winter has finally made its mark and while we might be getting out the heavier blankets, starting up our fires and getting our crockpots cooking once again, we need to spare a thought for our pets who also have extra needs during the cooler months.
On Thursday May 14 New Zealand will be under Covid-19 Alert Level 2. At Alert Level 2 we are able to offer all services. Our doors will also be open for the public to purchase retail items.
The temperatures have certainly dropped in the past week. Heaters and fires may have made their return into your household, making for warmer and cosier homes. Unfortunately fleas also love warm and humid conditions.