Our Organisation

Veterinary Clinic Morrinsville provides modern, professional and affordable health care for your livestock and pets. Our dairy cattle veterinarians are highly skilled and experienced and are passionate about the dairy industry. Our small animal vets aim to make your pet feel at ease in our clinic with a caring and gentle approach to treatment and consultations. Our size means we can provide a personal and friendly service.

At our clinic you’ll be fully supported with sound advice first and foremost. We know that helping our clients starts with providing a good understanding of health care issues and treatment options. With good advice and professional recommendations, you’ll be well equipped to make the best ongoing decisions, whether it be for your farming enterprise, or pet.

With fully equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines, surgery and pharmaceutical stores we provide on-the-spot assistance for nearly all pet health and medical needs. Take a moment to meet our team and our own pets. We look forward to seeing you and your pet again at the next scheduled visit

Our veterinary practice has been an integral part of our local community for years. In that time, we’ve helped thousands of our clients dairy cattle and goats, cats & dogs, rats, rabbits & guinea pigs, turtles, horses and even a few birds. Being so strongly integrated with our local community is important to us and our clients. Our customers know by experience that they can rely on us for sound advice and treatment options and that their livestock and pets are in the very best hands with our team.

Our purpose

Here for Good is the compass that guides us towards the creation of a better now and a better future.

CAREERS & VACANCIES

A purpose driven company, a career at Vet Clinic Morrinsville is something different.

We have a strong focus on team, are passionate about the work we do and encourage professional and personal development through the many opportunities the business has to offer.

FURTHER READING

Latest news

Dry cow therapy regulations reminder

As the dry cow consult season approaches, it is important to remember what the regulations are as they have changed over the last few years. Understanding what data you need to bring (and why) makesRead more

Facial eczema

Despite its name, facial eczema is primarily a liver disease, caused by cows eating lots of spores from the fungus Pithomyces chartarum, which grows in dead matter in pasture, in the rightRead more

Thiamine (B1) deficiency

Every summer we see a few cases of thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency in weaned calves.  Thiamine is made by the bacteria in the rumen. If the bacterial balance is disturbed and there is a decrease inRead more

Meet the team: Oscar

"I grew up on a gumboot-shaped island in the Philippines with all sorts of animals: cats, dogs, chickens, pigs and fish!  My parents, younger brother and I moved to Auckland in 2015 and I beganRead more

Beat the heat: Helping your pets stay cool this summer

Summer is on the way, which (hopefully) means warm, sunny weather. But, what does it mean for our pets?  The summer heat can cause drastic health issues. Keep an eye out for excessive panting,Read more

Is your pet overweight?

In New Zealand, 28% of dogs and 24% of cats are overweight or obese! It is up to us as their owners to manage their diets to keep them at a healthy weight. Obesity greatly increases the risk ofRead more

Paws off! Santa’s do not eat list

While it's fun to spend extra time with our pets and treat them at Christmas, we need to be careful with what we give them as many foods are toxic to cats and dogs. Check out this list of commonRead more

Cow-tastic curves: The benefits of body condition scoring

Body condition scoring (BCS) is one of the most useful tools to help dairy farmers make management decisions throughout the season. Although it is a subjective measurement, it is still a goodRead more

Raising our youngstock

The month of festivities and bargains is here! As everyone starts planning ahead for various holidays or trips with their families, some of our youngstock are just about to head out for theirRead more

Teat scoring

Maintaining a Bulk Milk Somatic Cell Count (BMSCC) under 150,000 cells/ml is a sign of a healthy productive herd. To keep BMSCC down, there needs to be low levels of mastitis in the herd.  MastitisRead more

Facial eczema essentials for the summer

Summer season is upon us and it won’t be long before peak humidity and warm temperatures hit us at the start of the year. While it may be beach weather for us, it is also facial eczema (FE) weatherRead more

Scanning into the future

As the seasons start to change, many of us are glad to be able to put calving behind us and to start planning ahead for the season to come.  We are now deep into mating, with heat detection,Read more
 

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