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Whether you have had your dog for ages or just adopted a kitten, our pet vets are at hand. From routine check-ups, fun flea facts and info on vaccination to emergencies – your local VetEnt vet clinic is available 24/7. Find out how to keep your pet in top health with a range of pet services.

Sheep + Beef

Your cattle and sheep deserve only the best, most innovative vet services. Discover VetEnt’s automated annual health planners and best-practice benchmarking! Drench testing, liver biopsies, scanning and ill-thrift investigations – you name it, our vets can do it. Of course we’re also at hand to check common symptoms.

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Our dairy vets are experts when it comes to biopsies, scanning and ill-thrift investigations. VetEnt also offers innovative vet programmes, such as performance tracking software and condition monitoring of heifer grazing off-farm. Use our mastitis control programme to improve bulk milk somatic cell count by 30%!

Seasonal Tips - Spring


  • Pregnancy testing your heifers and cows to assist you in planning for dry off and calving
  • Calf and heifer vaccinations and drenches
  • Body condition scoring mid lactation
  • Doing milk cultures on those mid lactation mastitis case
  • Spore counting and zinc treatments for Facial Eczema if you are in the North Island


  • Have you checked that your drench works? Talk to your local vet about setting up a drench test for the summer.
  • Give us a ring to get your Animal Health Plan done to comply with the Farm Assurance Programme.
  • Watch your young stock for any sign of worms.
  • Have you checked that your drench works? Talk to your local vet about setting up a drench test for the summer.
  • Get your docking/tailing order form to your local clinic.
  • New calf dehorning regulations came into effect 1st October 2019. Ring your local clinic to find out how these will affect you and your herd.
  • What fly products are you using for prevention over the summer months?
  • Give us a ring to get your Animal Health Plan done to comply with the Farm Assurance Programme.


  • With the warm weather, you should be thinking about flea control for your pets. Our teams are trained in flea control to assist you with choosing the right product for your pet and we offer a great deal of knowledge around flea treatment. For pets who don’t appreciate topical preparations, there are tablet preparations that offer excellent flea control as well.

  • Warmer weather also means that cats will be coming into season. With female cats in season, this means the tom cats will start fighting over them. This will in turn cause issues with cats getting bitten, and the bites can turn into nasty abscesses. There is an increased risk of Feline Aids being transmitted through cat bites, and even your pet cat is at risk if he/she gets in the way of a cat fight. To stop the problem of unwanted litters of kittens, and the risk of Feline Aids, we strongly recommend that all male and female cats are desexed.

  •  Adult dogs and cats should be wormed routinely every month. Unfortunately, not all worming products are created equally. We urge you to use a veterinary endorsed product for maximum effectiveness against internal parasites- some of which can infect humans!



VetEnt offers great career opportunities and development to all our staff and is a proud supporter of diversity and equality. We place great importance on recruitment policies, training and development programs whilst fostering a supportive culture to ensure that all employees enjoy the opportunity to succeed.


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Latest VetEnt Articles

  • COVID-19 UpdateWe know you may have concerns about what to do with your pets and animals with the evolving situation concerning COVID-19. Please be assured that all our clinics are open for business and able to continue to care for your animals.  The safety of our staff and our clients is our number one priority, so we will continue to follow guidance from the Ministry of Health around h ...

  • Congratulations to the twelve photos featuring in the 2020 pet calendar! Thank you to everyone who entered a photo of their beloved pet.  

  • Cats are often seen as independent animals who don’t need to visit the vet if they aren’t showing any symptoms. But this is not true.One cat to every five dogs are being taken to the vet on this belief. And unfortunately, cats are good at hiding illness and in many cases it can be too late by the time you’ve noticed anything unusual in your cat’s behavior. Minimal to no vet ...

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