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.
New NZVA Board member elected
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) Board is pleased to announce that Rob Mills MNZM has been elected as the new NZVA Board member.
Introducing Te Pae Kīrehe
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) is proud to announce our te reo Māori name which was gifted by Professor Rawinia Higgins, Chair of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (the Māori Language Commission).
Anthelmintic ruminal bolus reassessment and prohibition on sale and use
The use or sale of Bionic Plus Hogget and Bionic Plus intraruminal boluses in now prohibited while investigations of all anthelmintic intraruminal bolus occurs.
Voting now open for NZVA Board election
As per the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) Constitution, Elected Board Members may serve a maximum of three three-year terms. There is currently one Elected Board Member position available.
New Zealand Veterinary Association supports cyclone relief funding for animal welfare
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) is delighted with today’s announcement that a further $30 million is being invested by the government to help rural businesses and communities boost health and safety, and protect animal welfare, following Cyclone Gabrielle.
Diversity, inclusion and equity focus of World Veterinary Day 2023
The New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) is celebrating the incredible diversity of people who make up its profession as part of today’s World Veterinary Day 2023.