The weather is warming up and some days it feels like spring has well and truly sprung. Just as much as us humans love springtime, so do the parasites that live on and in our pets.
Is your cat or dog the Bay’s Biggest Loser? Our Healthy Weight Management Program is back for another year!
On Wednesday September 8 2021, the Bay of Plenty 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.
We are very pleased to welcome Veterinary Technologist Charlotte White to the Tauranga, Te Puna, Katikati and Papamoa Village Vets team. Charlotte graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology in 2020 from Massey University and will be based in our Katikati clinic Charlotte’s passion for animals started at a young age. She grew up in Hamilton and has wanted to be a veterinary professional since she was 5 years old. She says the very best
The Bay of Plenty will enter Covid-19 Alert Level 3 from 11:59pm Tuesday 31 August 2021. At Alert Level 3, we are able to expand the range of services we can offer, now being able to see all sick animals for all ailments, injuries and medical concerns, as well as all urgent and emergency cases.
As of 11:59 17 August 2021, Tauranga enters into Covid-19 Level 4 lock down. Veterinary services are considered an essential service, therefore, during the lock down period we remain open and ready to help you and your pet. As we did last year, we are implementing measures to ensure our teams and our clients are safe. Please make sure you read and understand the below: Regardless of what you are visiting us for – be
Undoubtedly, making the decision to say goodbye to your pet is one of the hardest decisions many of us need to make. Vets understand the special place our pets hold in hearts and how tough it can be to say goodbye, they will most likely have suffered the loss of their own animal at some point in the past too.
Rats, mice, slugs and snails, none of us like these around our homes and gardens. However, our attempts to rid ourselves of these pests can cause harm to our pets.
Our pets are beloved members of our family, so it is only natural we want to provide the best possible care for them, especially when they are unwell. We believe that having pet insurance will reduce financial stress when a pet is unwell. It also gives you peace of mind.
One of the most common problems we see in small animals is dental disease. Most owner do not realise their pet’s teeth are in less-than-optimal condition and we usually pick these problems up during visits for other reasons.