We are a rural practice supplying veterinary services to companion animal, equine, and farming clients in the Wairarapa.
We have four fully equipped branches - Carterton, Masterton, Featherston and Martinborough.
We aim to provide excellent animal health services to our clients and their animals, whether it be responding to a call for help, or working to prevent the preventable. We also aim to be a great place to work - smiles and laughter are very important to us.
We provide an after hours service to our clients that means help is available at all times.
Pet of the month is Jane Ough's cat Tiddles, helping herself to cat biscuits
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MICROCHIP YOUR CAT FOR $20 DURING SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2015
In the Christchurch 2011 earthquake many cats were lost and unable to go home, with no way of identifying them or their owners.
Microchipping your cat is an excellent way to identify your pet so they can be returned to their owners/families if they become separated.
South Wairarapa Vets have improved their after hour’s emergency service.
There will be a vet on duty that caters for farm animals, and another vet that will cater for companion animals. In an emergency phone your local clinic
Submitted by administrator on Thu, 10/31/2013 - 13:09
For us to be of most help to you we need to have your details, and those of your animals, up to date. This enables us to send out relevant information such as when vaccinations are due. Please phone us or use this form below to alert us to any changes in the details of you or your animals.
Submitted by administrator on Thu, 10/31/2013 - 10:37
Make it easier to keep up to date with worming and defleaing your cats and dogs. Join the Veterinary Distribution Programme and have the necessary products sent out to you automatically by due dates. To join the Veterinary Distribution Programme, please complete this form and submit. Please note this facility is for current clients only. Credit criteria will apply.
Of all the body parts of a dog, it’s perhaps the joints more than any other that suffer the most. Years of activity inevitably take their toll, resulting in the slow but steady onset of degenerative joint disease, more commonly known as arthritis.