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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 - Winter


  • New in the area? Give us a call and we will come see you!
  • Need a refresher for you or your staff on the essentials for this spring? Our clinics run training courses or farm-specific meetings on spring first aid and calf rearing. Speak to your local clinic today.
  • Now is a great time to clean out and disinfect the calf sheds, and stock up on the necessities for calving. Be ready for those early calves!
  • Spring trace element supplementation programme, ring and talk to one of our vets about the right programme for your herd.


  • Plan your pre-lamb treatments with your local VetEnt team.
  • Lamb survival is a key part of ewe performance. Talk to your VetEnt vet about investigating what might be limiting lamb survival on your farm.
  • Remember iodine and 5in1 for stock going onto brassica crops.
  • Are your heifers on track to hit target weight at mating?
  • Triple drench resistance is on the rise. If you haven’t checked which drench works on your farm for a couple of years, start planning for a drench test now.
  • Have you dealt with copper and liver fluke on your farm?


  • Winter is here and it’s looking like a cold one for some parts of Aotearoa! See your local VetEnt clinic for heat pads, jackets, and bedding to keep your pet warm.
  • Come in and make the most of the many deals we have on our premium pet food range. We are so confident that you (and your pet) will see value in these products that there is a 30-day money back guarantee. PetFirst members will even get 10% off!
  • Feeding a complete and balanced diet is very beneficial to older pets, as the food contains all the nutritional requirements for this life stage. Some of our diets offer joint support, which can help your older pet with mobility and movement.
  • During winter, special care is required for older animals or those with past injuries, as the cold leads to stiffness and emphasises the signs of arthritis. The VetEnt team can help you with identifying and managing your pets’ quality of life.
  • PetFirst is our membership programme for cats and dogs which provides an affordable solution to exceptional care for your family pet. It's a monthly plan and includes vaccinations, unlimited consultations, great discounts on services and products, plus much more. Read more about PetFirst and how to sign up.



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

  • It is really important to pay attention to the details when drying off cows. If you are unsure if your technique or plan is top notch, please give one of our vets a call and let us talk you through best practice administration and answer any questions - it could save cows lives and dollars! Top TipsThe best time to insert Drycow or Teatseal is directly after the cups come off. That way hopefu ...

  • As the hot weather continues, some farmers are beginning to dry off parts of their herd. This is a good opportunity to reflect on your upcoming 2019 Dry Cow Consult and begin thinking about how you can get the best value from it this season.You should be aware about the recent focus on judicious antibiotic use to slow down the development of antimicrobial resistance,  and we all have a part t ...

  • With all of the hype recently regarding M.bovis there is even greater appeal for keeping a closed herd where possible. With this in mind, it is just as important to ensure the animals you are keeping for replacements are healthy and disease free. At this time of year it is as relevant as ever to address the ever present issue of BVD infection on farm, and it’s impacts on breeding and rearing ...

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