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Read about some insights that Ben Allott an NCVC Vet has learned this past season.

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

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the spring edition of 'Farm Express'. In this edition we look at the range of current promotions, information and products available to help with tailing, fly treatments and drenching.Plus we're giving away one night's accommodation at Hanmer Springs luxury accommodation, Braemar Lodge. Click here to read the - Farm Express ...

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the August / September edition of our Companion Animal Newsletter, 'Paws for a Moment'. In this newsletter we look at:  Spring and skin conditionsNurse Consults in AmberleyDave the Golden Retriever and his storyand more... Paws for a Moment ...

Below is an article from Zoetis NZ about the benefit of Ultravac 5+1: As your lambs approach weaning the risk factors associated with certain diseases, traceelement deficiencies and stress increase. The lambs will be forced to transition from acombination milk and pasture diet onto a total pasture based diet. This transition requires asignificant change in the gut flora of the ...

Spring is nearly here, pollen is starting to appear and once again we prepare to see an influx of skin cases presented.  The skin is the body’s largest organ and can account for nearly a quarter of a pet’s bodyweight. Acting as a waterproof protective barrier the skin is highly sensitive and can suffer from up to 160 different conditions. Up to 25% of pets seen at a vet practic ...

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

 

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the June/July edition of our Companion Animal Newsletter, 'Paws for a Moment'. In this newsletter we look at:  Dental disease in cats & dogsCompetitions running in-store and on FacebookSigns your pet may need dental careand more... Paws for a Moment ...

Dental disease is one of the most common conditions we see in adult dogs and cats. This is without question an extremely painful condition, just think back to the last time you had a toothache! Studies show that most dogs and cats over three years of age suffer from some form of periodontal disease and unfortunately this is often overlooked because many animals resent their mouths being handled and unlike humans will sometimes continue to eat even with severe dental disease and pain.

What's Up in the District - May 2019 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:  Our Annual Milk Quality Consult visitsLepto Vaccination RemindersTeatsealing Heifer RemindersSharpening your hoof knife and more... What's Up in the District ...

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