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For your on farm and companion animal veterinary services, animal health requirements and pet needs

We are a farmer owned vet club practice, servicing the Waikato region from our four local vet clinics with a comprehensive range of veterinary products and services.

With a clinic each in Te Awamutu, Hamilton, Otorohanga, Putaruru and Cambridge, and with a team of 28 veterinarians (including large animal veterinarians), we have skills and experience in all aspects of

  • farm animal health and production, and
  • companion animal medicine and surgery

Our local vet services range from 24/7 clinical cover to planned animal health work, farm production and management consultancy services and vet technical support. We also provide seminars, field days and ongoing training for our clients and farm workers.

Our dedicated animal health sales team provide a full range of products at competitive prices.  Our range of farm supply animal health and nutritional products, coupled with a delivery service aims to improve the efficiency in the way our clients operate their farming business.

For your on farm large animal health and local pet veterinary needs – talk to us about how we can help you.

Services
Services From small animals to dairy, sheep & beef. We provide clinic and on farm full veterinary services.
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Products
Products Available via our sales team or from our vet clinics, we supply a comprehensive range of animal health and nutritional products.
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Fleas - it's that time!
You need to keep on top of your flea problem - tips and product recommendations...
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Interesting cases
Some of the more interesting situations our vets have dealt with...
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