Warwick Baldwin
Veterinarian
Originally from Wellington, Warwick has spent time in Palmerston North, Bay of Plenty, England and Canterbury. Recently deciding to head to Havelock North with his two young boys and wife to enjoy the lifestyle and opportunities the bay has to offer. With 17 years’ experience he has joined our Havelock North clinic as a small animal vet, and previously was an ecological scientific researcher for six years before studying to become a veterinarian. He has particular interests and skills in small animal surgery and ophthalmology, he also enjoys the problem solving side of the role. Outside of work he enjoys restoring old houses and antique furniture, knife making, hunting, fishing and photography.
Qualifications: BSc, BSc Hons, BVSc (Dist), MANZCVS (surgery of small animals)
Clinic:
  • Havelock North
William Cuttance
William Cuttance
Veterinarian

William is a large animal veterinarian working out of the Te Kuiti clinic. He grew up on a sheep and beef farm in the Wairarapa before graduating from Massey University in 2008. William joined the VetEnt team in 2010 to pursue his interest in sheep and beef production medicine and enjoys the challenge of helping farmers to improve their bottom line. Outside of work, William spends his time working on the house, playing golf and hunting.

Qualifications: BVSc
Clinic:
  • Te Kuiti
Winston Mason
Winston-Mason
Research Analyst
Winston graduated from Vet School in 2007, and started his vet career in the winterless north, working in Whangarei as a mixed animal veterinarian. Following that, he then worked at a few practices across the North Island, including a couple of stints at VetEnt Waipa, where he got to know the team and farmers. Embarking on an OE in 2012, Winston spent 3 years working in England, where he gained a lot of experience in more intensive dairy farming systems, and a newfound appreciation of the lovely New Zealand climate. He returned to VetEnt in late 2015 to be based out of the Otorohanga clinic, where he has stayed since then. Winston has since returned to Massey University, to complete a Masters in Veterinary studies in epidemiology, and learnt how to manage research trials and analyse data. Predominantly a dairy animal vet, his main interests are dairy cow lameness and reproduction, and he is both a DairyNZ InCalf Advisor and Healthy Hoof Advisor. Winston has a passion for research, and using herd-level data and information to help improve a dairy farm. Outside of work, he enjoys most sport, with a passion for cricket, both watching and playing, and dabbles a little at the guitar. He also try to get away as often as possible for an overseas trip to somewhere weird and wonderful.
Clinic:
  • Head Office - Te Awamutu
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