The Companion Animal Veterinarians branch of the NZ Veterinary Association are set to continue their relationship with Healthy Pets New Zealand and will continue to sponsor the Research In Practice Grant for 2023
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a common disease, mostly manifesting in young cats and historically carried a near 100% mortality rate. Recent research has documented the emergence of a highly promising and effective treatment, but what is the best way to use it?
Another successful 'Dogs Day Out' in Invercargill at the weekend gave dog lovers a chance to reconnect and learn something new.
Thanks to Julie South and the team at VetStaff Veterinary Recruitment you can know have a listen to some podcasts about Healthy Pets New Zealand and our research as Julie talks to our Chair, Dr Cath Watson, and to Prof. John Munday on some of his Healthy Pets New Zealand funded research into the potential future of cancer treatments for animals.
After a hugely successful, albeit Covid-affected, inaugural event in February 2021, Dogs Day out is back on November 26/27th 2022, bigger and better!
Sometimes when we undertake a study, we don’t find what we’re looking for. That’s a really good thing when the bug under investigation is methicillin-resistant S. pseudointermedius and could be very difficult to treat!
Kerikeri artist Tessa Brown kindly donated two original artworks for our silent auction at the recent NZVA Conference, the proceeds of which have raised over $500 for Healthy Pets - thanks Tessa!
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) Conference was held at the Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton from 20-22nd June, 2022 and it proved to be a great opportunity for the Healthy Pets Trustees to meet and greet both delegates and other exhibitors.
Healthy Pets NZ is excited to announce the successful recipient of the second study to be completed under the Human-Animal Bond category with appreciation by our Human-Animal Bond Partner, and premium pet health nutrition company ROYAL CANIN®.