fbpx Lifestyle | Veterinary Clinic Morrinsville
Farm Dog

Lifestyle

You may have a herd or flock of 1, but that doesn’t stop us providing the same level of care to our lifestyle clients as to our commercial farmers. 

Along with providing exceptional care for sick animals, we can work with you to form preventative care programmes so your animals remain fit and healthy. We’re also here for you if need advice on rearing “best in show” calf club pets, dealing with your first calving, sick chook or designing a set of yards. 

Our large animal vets have a passion for all species - whether they be bovine, ovine, avian, caprine, camelid or porcine - and can come out to your small block or meet you in the clinic.

Farm and Working Dogs
Farm dogs are just as much a member of your staff as your workers. They can be a critical part of a smooth operation and need to be in tip-top condition for as long as possible. 

We’ve been working with farm dogs for as long as we’ve been with you and your stock, building up experience in preventative healthcare and nutrition, as well as how to combat common injuries and health conditions such as osteoarthritis

We also offer a worming programme, sending worm tablets directly to your letterbox every 3 months, ensuring your loyal workers stay intestinal worm free. 

 

THE BENEFITS

Why Veterinary Clinic Morrinsville is a great choice

We're locals


We’ve been located in the Morrinsville area for decades. It’s where we’re from and where we raise our families.

Read more about us

Wide network


We’re plugged into the Veterinary world and our team can call on expertise from all over the world, then deliver it locally.

Find out more

Great location


We’re close to you for consults, supplements, supplies...whatever you need in clinic or on farm.

Our clinic
FURTHER READING

Latest news

Article
What does the traffic light system mean
03 Dec 2021

We are currently operating at Traffic Light Orange and committed to keeping all animals and communities healthy. We’re following the...

Read more
Article
What Does Level 4 Mean for Vet Clinics?
17 Aug 2021

As you will be aware, the Covid-19 Alert Level has been raised to 4. Veterinary

Read more
Scanner screen
Article
2021 Scanning Results
19 Mar 2021

The final average (mean) empty rate for this season was 17%. The median was 14%.

Read more