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

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 ...

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the March edition of 'Rural Round Up'. In this newsletter we cover:  Current conditionsEwe feedingParasite burdens  And more. Rural Round Up ...

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the Feb/Mar edition of our Companion Animal Newsletter, 'Paws for a Moment'.

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the autumn edition of 'Farm Express'.

More tools in the box: Startect® returns With the steady increase in resistance to triple drenches (11 per cent1) and demand for the new actives rising, Zoetis has relaunched Startect to the market, in full supply from February, with both the 5L and 15L options available. Both the novel actives are increasingly being required, as we are running out of options and need to be m ...

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.

Have you ever wondered what is the 'right' food for your cat or dog? How long should they be on puppy/kitten food for? What about bones for dogs? Is your dog allergic to something?

All and more of these questions are answered in the article below

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

Our Clinics

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