77 years

Franklin Vets celebrates 77 years4 months

This week, Franklin Vets is celebrating 77 years of providing veterinary care to the pets and production animals of our district. The company has come …Read More

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Local Vets for Local Pets5 months

Something you might not realise is that a growing number of New Zealand veterinary clinics are now owned by corporates, often with overseas owners. And …Read More

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Return to COVID-19 Alert Level 111 months

All of our clinics are back in Alert Level 1. What does this mean for you and your pet’s care at Franklin Vets? There is …Read More

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Our Northern Clinics are back in Level 31 year

What does this mean for you & your pets? We are now operating under level 3 at our Pukekohe, Papakura, Karaka, Waiuku & Beachlands clinics. …Read More

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Franklin Vets Level 1 Update1 year

We are sure you enjoyed hearing the news that we no longer have any active COVID-19 cases in NZ and the move to Alert Level …Read More

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How to lockdown series1 year

During lockdown there are some restrictions on when we can visit you so we thought these videos with our equine vets Dr Kendra McLeod & …Read More

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COVID-19 Update from Franklin Vets1 year

Yes, we will still be open as an essential business throughout the lockdown. We have experienced huge sales over the last 24 hours, and our …Read More

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COVID-19 Update 22.03.201 year

Important Update from Franklin Vets As veterinarians, we are classified as essential services. This means we will continue to be here for you and your …Read More

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COVID-19 Update2 years

We continue to be fully operational with all normal services available. Our usual standards of hygiene are even more important in the current environment, and …Read More

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Barber’s pole worm – Combating a silent killer4 years

Haemonchus contortus, commonly known as barber’s pole, is a blood-sucking parasite which is found in the stomach of sheep, goats and alpacas. It reproduces very …Read More