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Farm Dog Direct6 days
For a convenient and handy solution simply choose the worm, flea and tick products best suited to your dog/s and your farm’s requirements. Bravecto & Endogard tablets Tick, flea and worm control sent every 3 months. 4.5-10kg $18.90, 10-20kg $20.50, …Read More
Your Pet Direct2 weeks
Keeping our pets flea and parasite free not only ensures they maintain good internal and external health, but it also keeps other family members safe. We have a convenient and cost effective solution that will ensure you never run out …Read More
The latest newsletter from the large animal team at Franklin Vets with articles, ads, and even a competition!
Acupuncture is a beneficial adjunctive therapy for many issues including muscle soreness and tension, chronic pain (eg. Arthritis, laminitis), nerve damage, immune stimulation, and much more. Acupuncture cannot fix a hoof abscess, or cure arthritis, and a complete lameness workup …Read More
Squeeky a 6 month old cat presented to Matt at out Te Kauwhata branch with a history of vomiting, not eating for 2 days and being very tender in the abdominal region. Upon seeing how dehydrated and in pain Squeeky …Read More
Painter is a 1 year old Shih Tzu who I have gotten to know very well over the last 6 months as he has been a very frequent visitor with his allergic skin disease and ear infections. After a food …Read More
Routine blood testing3 weeks
Many animals are brought in to vet clinics because they are injured or unwell. Most of these will require some form of blood and urine testing to find out what is wrong with them. But what about the animals that …Read More
Equine ‘Run Days’ are here1 month
The Franklin Vets Equine team is giving you a great opportunity to save on mileage by starting weekly equine run days to the Clevedon, North Waikato and the Waiuku/Awhitu areas. Don’t miss out – book in advance. Call Sandra on …Read More
Seedy toe2 months
Seedy toe (sometimes called White Line Disease) is separation of the hoof wall and the laminae which happens commonly in wet or muddy paddock conditions. It is an opportunistic disease, meaning that it takes advantage of a compromise in the …Read More