Ticks are an external parasite that attach to the skin and feed on the blood of our animals. They are quite slow moving and cannot jump; they rely on crawling onto their host. When a tick feeds, they attach and do not release themselves from the host (animal) until they are full.
Tauranga Vets – Your Animal Health Professional
Our well-respected veterinarians and support team have built our reputations on delivering compassionate and quality care that helps your animals live high quality, healthy lives, and we are proud to have won the Service Excellence Award at the Tauranga, Chambers of Commerce, Westpac Business Awards 2017 and in 2108, the Westpac Business award for Customer Experience.
Tauranga Vets and our large animal Veterinarians are also Best Practice Accredited, reinforcing our commitment to excellence.
We provide treatment for all manner of ailments that may affect your furry friends from our well-equipped facilities, including our purpose-built veterinary hospital on Cameron Rd. We are also mobile and can easily visit you at your farm or lifestyle property. We welcome the opportunity to care for your animals – large and small, and are pleased to accept Super Gold cards as well as payment through Oxipay. Give us a call and talk to one of our friendly clinic staff.
Tauranga Vets has a long history of helping keep animals healthy in the Bay of Plenty since the region’s first veterinary service was introduced in the early 1940’s.
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Our team of experienced veterinarians, veterinary nurses and support staff are as passionate about your animals as you are. We pride ourselves on professional animal healthcare.
This is the remarkable story of Jaxon’s recovery from a rare castration complication, as told by Vet Dr Marcus Allan.
It’s easy not to think too much about the worms our furry friends might be carrying around. They’re usually out of sight, living in your pet’s intestines as adults or travelling around their insides as migrating larvae.