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Large Animal veterinarians provide vital services that assist in optimising animal welfare, and continued production of high-quality food products derived from animals. These services are time critical and cannot be deferred without potentially serious consequences. We are at present ‘business as usual’ for our Large Animals clients in terms of emergency and essential services to allow them to farm productively without compromising biosecurity, food safety and animal welfare.
As of 26/03/20 we will be implementing the following to ensure our teams and our clients are safe.
Feeding your pet the right food and keeping them on their medication is still very important even in times like we are experiencing currently.
At Tauranga, Te Puna, Katikati and Papamoa Village Vets we want to make sure you still have access to everything you need – be that your pet’s food, medications, flea and worm treatment etc. Our delivery service is available now.
How do I place an order:
Please call us on 0800 838 7267
COVID-19 update 20/03/20 – Important things to note if you are self isolating or have an appointment
In light of the evolving situation around Covid-19, we’d like to reiterate that at present we are “business as usual” and are ready and able to continue serving the needs of all of our clients and their animals.
With the new self-isolation requirements introduced by the Government on March 14th, many more people will be self-isolating. Here are some recommendations from the NZVA on steps you can take to effectively care for your animals during the self-isolation period.
At Tauranga, Katikati, Te Puna, Papamoa Village Vets we care about all of our animals, clients and staff and take health and safety seriously. In light of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we want to assure you that we are taking all steps to make sure everyone stays healthy.
Cats are adaptable creatures but sometimes a change in lifestyle or being confronted by certain situations can put them under stress. It can be difficult for cat owners to identify stress and anxiety if they are unaware of the signs to look for.
It all started with 100 crazy cat vets in one conference room. The International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) conference was a “Cat Only” medicine conference, and this was the first time I had heard of the Cat Friendly Clinic initiative.