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Dogs

Our team of companion animal vets include many very experienced and passionate clinicians and surgeons throughout our four clinics. We cover a huge range of dog care services and merchandise from annual vaccinations to complicated orthopaedic surgery, toys to calming sprays. Our four clinics are well stocked with everything required to provide the upmost care for your canine friends, and if you don’t see your preferred products on our shelves just ask and we can source it for you.



Vaccinations

  Regular clinic visits and Pet Health Checks are a great way to help your pet enjoy a long and happy life. During your appointment you will be asked relevant health related questions about your pet, which will undergo a thorough physical examination. This will enable our vet to make and assessment of your pet’s

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Desexing Dogs

Female dogs should be spayed at 6 months of age. Spaying before the first heat greatly reduces the incidence of mammary tumours later in life and also rules out the possibility of an accidental first litter. Males dogs can be neutered from 4 months of age. Neutered males are less likely to wander and urine

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Parasites

Parasites are a common problem for our pets in Northland. They can cause irritation to not only our pets but also to us! At The Vet Centre we have a wide range of effective and safe products along with well trained staff who are able to assist you in finding the best product for your

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Dog Owners

Dog law focuses on improving the dog control and increasing the public safety around dogs. At the same time, the right and ability of people to enjoy owning dogs is protected. While no law can stop all dog attacks, the law encourages responsible dog ownership and provides councils with more dog control enforcement powers and

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Canine Diseases

Canine parvovirus (viral diarrhoea) is a highly contagious and often fatal disease causing sudden vomiting and diarrhoea. The loose, watery stool of an infected dog contains millions of viral particles, so the disease spreads easily in the environment. Canine parvovirus can survive in the environment for up to 12 months. In adult dogs, viral diarrhoea

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