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Clinic Updates

If you would like to learn more about Mycoplasma bovis, the current situation and also have the opportunity to ask questions regarding the disease, come along to an information evening the NCVC is holding on Tues 10 July.

Do you notice your dog and cat slowing down? Do they have reduced mobility and are not wanting to jump onto things anymore? They possibly may have arthritis. Often caused by obesity in animals there are several things you can do to help alleviate the pain your pet is in.  Pet dogs, working dogs and cats suffer from arthritis due to injury or aging or from just being obese. Fat ...

The North Canterbury Veterinary Clinic brings you a training day with renown sheep dog trainer Lloyd Smith. 

Cost is $20 per person with lunch provided. 
To book please call the Amberley Clinic - 03 3148612


Watch out for WORMS! Out of sight, out of mind? It’s easy not to think too much about the worms our furry friends might be carrying around… they’re usually out if sight, living in your pet’s intestines as adults or traveling around their insides as migrating larvae. There’s roundworm, hookworm, whipworm, tapeworm and lungworm. Each type of wormy parasite has a unique lifecyc ...

Click on the link to open up the newsletter for the June edition of 'What's Up in the District'.


The NCVC Sheep & Beef Team presents: NEW ZEALAND’S RED MEAT JOURNEY Telling the story of sustainably and ethically produced NZ red meat to the world.

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The cattle disease Mycoplasma has been found on a North Canterbury Sheep and Beef farm. Click to read more.

A success story from our team at NCVC. This gorgeous puppy is 10 month old Cooper. When Cooper was born his ulna growth plates closed over too early and his radius bones kept growing, this caused his radius bones to bow quite dramatically as you can see in the photo. The second photo shows one leg repaired while the other one has not yet been done and is due to be done in the ...

Don't miss out on this great night out.Tickets $20 and includes all food, alcohol and entertainment! Plus there are courtesy buses free of charge leaving from Amberley, Culverden, Cheviot and Hawarden.You can get your tickets at our Cheviot and Amberley Clinics ...

Have you met Karen our new Head Nurse in the Amberley Clinic? Karen comes to North Canterbury Vets all the way from the UK. At home she worked as an emergency specialist and ICU nurse and has seen it all, there’s no doubt your pet is in safe hands with Karen. Her two rescue moggies are currently winging their way to NZ to join her and she can’t wait. Karen loves to sing-a-lon ...

Our Clinics

North Canterbury Veterinary Clinics operates four clinics throughout the Hurunui region.