• The Traffic Light System

    Under the Covid-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Light System) we need to put some changes around how we operate. Our doors are open to ensure both our animals and community are kept safe an... Read More
  • Awapuni clinic's small animal hospital

    Our veterinarians here at our Palmerston North clinic (located in Awapuni) are excited to put their small animal skills to use with the opening of our new small animal hospital! Ou... Read More
  • A consolidating animal health market

    At the end of September, Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) announced the intended closure of its East Tamaki factory in Auckland at the end of 2022 and an associated downsizing of its sales force and clos... Read More
  • Avoiding problems around fawning

    In the current climate of low venison returns it’s tempting to let hinds become third class citizens on your farm. However, letting herd reproductive efficiency slip will only further erode ... Read More
  • Separation anxiety in your pet after lockdown

    Covid-19 has changed the work and school lifestyle for many, with more people in their homes over a longer period of time.    Even just one week at home can affect a pet’s st... Read More
  • Covid-19

    ALERT LEVEL 2 UPDATE    We look forward to welcoming you and your pets back in clinic, but as you all know, Alert Level 2 looks a little different this time around. There wil... Read More
  • BVD testing of calves

    BVD (Bovine Diarrhoea Disease) has been talked about now for many years, but we are still finding infected herds are common, both for dairy and even more so for beef. The consequences that follo... Read More
  • Getting the most out of spring calf rearing

    When it comes to rearing any animal and how to control disease, it first pays to understand three major factors required for the development of disease which are: The presence of a disease-cau... Read More
  • Totally Vets and Headlands dairy farm consultancy service

    In a farming system, it is essential to understand the implications both within the farm gate and outside, for each decision that you make on farm. In a business setting that is constantly changin... Read More
  • Making the most of scanning

    Ewe scanning allows us to measure and reflect on how well we have managed the late summer/autumn period and to plan for the months ahead. Aside from identifying single, twin, triplet and dry ani... Read More

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