Introducing multi-factor authentication
The New Zealand Veterinary Association Te Pae Kīrehe (NZVA) is setting up multi-factor authentication (MFA) on its websites to protect your account.
NZVA backs select committee report recommending national cat legislation
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) has welcomed the Environment Select Committee’s report to government that recommends a nationwide cat management framework, saying it’s a ‘step in the right direction’.
Reminder about milk withholding period for pour-on products containing abamectin
As farmers head into spring calving season, please remember to use the 35-day milk withholding period whenever you use abamectin pour-on products in your herds.
Report into veterinary education provides opportunity to discuss solutions in the profession - NZVA
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) is reviewing findings from the ‘Rethinking Veterinary Education’ report and will discuss its recommendations with the profession, government, and stakeholders.
Cyclone Gabrielle: Allocation of funding
When Cyclone Gabrielle struck New Zealand, the NZVA supported affected clinics both emotionally and financially. We have now published a report detailing the income and expenditure generated during our response to Cyclone Gabrielle.
Update on possible potency issues with Pentobarb 500
Provet has provided an update on their previous letter about possible potency issues with Pentobarb 500.
State of emergency declared in Tairāwhiti
An update from Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) on the state of emergency that was declared in Tairāwhiti on 22 June due to heavy rain and flooding.
Possible potency issues with Pentobarb 500
Provet is aware of a small number of instances where possible potency issues with Pentobarb 500 have been identified.
Changes to Radiation Safety Regulations 2016
Changes to the Radiation Safety Regulations 2016 are scheduled to come into effect from 28 June 2023, with the regulations available shortly after this date.
Important information relevant to the export of cats and dogs to Australia
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has provided additional information for veterinarians about the export of cats and dogs to Australia.