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Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the June edition of 'What's Up in the District'. In this newsletter we cover: End of Season drinksSpring Skills Staff Training DayBCS Winter herds and plenty more... What's Up in the District ...

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the June edition of 'Rural Round Up'. In this newsletter we cover:  Iodine SupplementationCondition Score EwesFodder Beet Feeding And more. Rural Round Up ...

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the May edition of 'What's Up in the District'. In this newsletter we cover: Lepto VaccinationsFeeding Fodder BeetNew Service - Herbage Dry Matter and plenty more... What's Up in the District ...

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

We are starting to work through our reminders for cats, dogs and rabbits that are due for vaccination during the lockdown period. Many vaccinations will be okay to postpone for a period of 1-2 months. Below is some information for owners regarding the routine vaccinations your pet may be due for. We also outline our services classified as essential, please discuss this with us if you are unsure.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact us via email - enquiries@ncvets.co.nz, or through our Facebook page. Otherwise, we will be making contact with owners of those animals that we have reminders being sent out to in the next month.

Obesity can be a significant health problem in our pets. It is a serious disease that may cause or worsen joint problems, diabetes, digestive disorders, arthritis and heart disease. It can also significantly shorten life expectancy. Mo’s is a 4 year old Schnauzer. Her Mum & Dad were getting concerned about her weight and were looking at options to reduce this. She was tr ...

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. 

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the April edition of 'Rural Round-Up'.

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 ...

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