The Companion Animal Veterinarians branch (CAV) of the New Zealand Veterinary Association has signed an agreement to become Healthy Pets New Zealand’s first Research in Practice Partner.
Premium pet food manufacturer Royal Canin is the first Healthy Pets New Zealand Human-Animal Bond Partner.
A world-first study into the benefits of cat fostering will seek to improve the lives of rescue cats, their human carers, and some of New Zealand’s most vulnerable native species.
Southland dogs and their owners helped make the first HPNZ Dogs’ Day Out – supported by Royal Canin – a great success, despite a move to level two restrictions just hours before.
Recent HPNZ competition winners Aimme Allardice of Wellington and Sue Holander of Invercargill each recently received a $100 voucher in the post.
Cats and dogs are the most popular companion animal species in New Zealand so it’s no surprise both feature prominently in recently approved research projects.
Could a novel drug combination combat cancer in cats?
Three Massey University researchers will lead a trial of a novel drug combination administered to cats with mouth cancer that could pave the way for a revolution in the treatment of animal cancer.
Invercargill-based Waikiwi Vet Services recently made a generous donation of $1,500 to Healthy Pets New Zealand.
Wellington law firm Mahony Horner's dog friendly policy is bringing benefits not only to staff and their animals but also to clients.
Massey University Professor John Munday is investigating if immunohistochemistry, a method found to be successful in human oncology, can help predict the prognosis of cats with an aggressive cancer found in the mout