Reduced use of antibiotics in dairy industry indicates progress on antimicrobial resistance
A reduction in dry-cow antibiotic therapy shows New Zealand is making progress in addressing Anti-microbial Resistance (AMR), regarded as one of the biggest challenges to human and animal health.
We have a new NZVA Veterinary Manager (Large Animals)!
We are delighted to announce that the Veterinary Manager (Large Animals) role has been successfully recruited, and Dr. Cristin Dwyer will be joining our team in early January.
Look out for animal health and welfare around Guy Fawkes
This year, look after the animals - don’t let off fireworks at home or around your community.
Veterinary Shortage and Border Exemptions
Over recent months the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) has been working hard advocating for you concerning the current shortage of veterinarians in New Zealand.
Welcome to our new website!
Welcome to our new website! Things have moved a bit, but everything is still here, and we’ve designed it to help you find what you need, faster.
Govt exception for up to 30 veterinarians to be able to enter NZ
Hon Kris Fafooi, Minister of Immigration, announced exceptions for up to 30 veterinarians to be able to enter the country.
NZVA media release: Critical shortage of veterinarians just not sexy enough
While the primary sector has been hailed as a saviour of the New Zealand economy during the COVID restrictions, a critical shortage of veterinarians and its impact on the primary sector just doesn’t seem to be viewed as important or sexy enough to see border restrictions streamlined.
NZVA member fees established for 2021
The new inclusive membership model is one of the final pieces of the puzzle in our NZVA Change Project and we are pleased to be able to bring this to you in 2021.
COVID-19 and pets update
With the re-emergence of COVID-19 in our community, we thought it worth updating you about what we know about animals and COVID-19.
New Code of Practice for Veterinary Radiation
The Office of Radiation Safety (ORS) released the new Code of Practice for Veterinary Radiation (ORS C9), which came into effect on 31st July 2020.