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Facial Eczema

FACIAL ECZEMA   At times spore counts will exceed 500,000, and even over a million in many areas, usually only in the North Island which is considered as "high risk".  That risk may continue into June in some areas. Prevention…

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Parasites in Deer

Parasites in deer are common. They are infected with similar parasites both internally and externally to other species and the signs and treatments are similar too. Clinical signs will include production loss, with severe weight loss, often scouring and thickening…

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Your New Puppy

VACCINATIONS Your puppy should have received its first vaccination together with a physical check up before re-homing; you should have received a vaccination certificate as proof of this.  If this has not been done please book for an appointment straight…

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Your Cat and Feline Aids (FIV)

Feline AIDs is a potentially fatal disease that interferes with the immune system caused by infection with Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).  Cats with FIV often remain healthy for years but as the disease progresses symptoms such as weight loss, infections,…

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Abscesses in Cats and Dogs

Abscesses An abscess is a pocket of infection that often results from puncture wounds such as scratches or bites, but may develop after penetration by such things as grass seeds.  The surface of the skin often heals quickly, but germs…

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Rat Bait Poisoning

Rat bait is commonly used around properties, but is extremely harmful to your pet if eaten.  Rat bait works by preventing clotting of the blood and symptoms often do not appear until a few days after eating.   Signs of…

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Fireworks and Your Pet

Fireworks can cause a great deal of stress for some animals.  Their stress may show in a variety of behaviours including; trembling, howling/barking, drooling, pacing, or trying to hide. There are multiple ways to try to 'fix' this behaviour but…

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Grass Seeds!

Dogs love going into the long grass when out on their walk and grass seeds can cause many problems to them.  Although these seeds may seem harmless, they can act like small spears and can lodge in many places on…

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Exporting Your Dog or Cat

Moving to Australia? Here at The Vet Centre Richmond and Motueka we have a Vet, Dr Andrew Conway, qualified in animal export. The following information specifically covers dogs and cats from New Zealand. Dogs and cats are not held in…

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RICHMOND CLINIC

79 Gladstone Road, Richmond

03 544 5566
[email protected]d.co.nz

HOURS:
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm
Sunday: Temporarily Closed except for emergencies. Please phone first
Public Holidays: Hours may vary

MOTUEKA CLINIC

400D High Street, Motueka

03 528 8459
[email protected]

HOURS:
Monday - Friday: 8.30am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 2pm
Sunday: Closed. (See Richmond Clinic).
Public Holidays: Hours may vary

MAPUA CLINIC

69 Aranui Road, Mapua

03 540 2329
[email protected]

HOURS:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8.30am - 10am and 3.30pm - 5.30pm
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Public Holidays: Hours may vary

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