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Clinic Updates

After the announcement by the Government that we will be moving down to Alert Level 2, we are pleased we can now extend the services we offer to our clients. There are several procedures we will continue to use throughout this level, the safety of everyone is our number one priority. CHANGES: -  As of Thursday 14 May our clinics are back to normal opening hours. This include ...

As we embark on level three for North Canterbury Vets this means very little change from Level 4. Read more to find out what we're doing to protect our community.

We have listed the different services and procedures and which of categories they fall into. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you are unsure. 

North Canterbury Vets will be managing all companion animal emergencies and health issues from our Culverden and Amberley clinics. These clinics will be staffed every day from 8.30 to 5.30 by a small team of staff. We have several small teams that will rotate through the clinic and will be isolated from each other to try to ensure should the infection enter our staff we can sti ...

Currently there is limited evidence that companion animals can be infected with, or spread this virus. We also do not know if they could get sick from coronavirus. Additionally, there is currently NO evidence that companion animals could be a source of infection to people. This is a rapidly evolving situation and information will be updated as it becomes available. As a precau ...

Currently there is limited evidence that companion animals can be infected with, or spread this virus. We also do not know if they could get sick from coronavirus. Additionally, there is currently NO evidence that companion animals could be a source of infection to people. This is a rapidly evolving situation and information will be updated as it becomes available. As a precau ...

Advice from the Australian Veterinary Association to pet owners Client information sheet COVID-19 and companion animals What is a coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that infect birds and mammals, including humans. They are often associated with the common cold, bronchitis and pneumonia, and can also affect the gut. The virus that causes COVID-19 is also a corona ...

Corn on the cob is delicious for humans but very dangerous for dogs. Here is a story about one of our patients, Charlie, he ate a corn cob and became very sick.

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the December edition of 'What's Up in the District'.

North Canterbury Vets Productivity Analysis If you are one of the 80 clients that have completed an Animal Health Plan with North Canterbury Vets over the last 18 months you will have experienced first-hand the value that a focussed plan can deliver.  Our vet team have enjoyed the level of discussion being held with clients during this process. It has highlighted the huge pote ...

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North Canterbury Veterinary Clinics operates four clinics throughout the Hurunui region.