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At Veterinary Associates Equine, we provide a range of advanced equine veterinary services for higher performance, better well being and quality of life. Our purpose-built hospital is located in Karaka, Auckland and we provide dedicated equine veterinary services across the greater Karaka and Kumeu regions.
Our combination of the latest ultrasonography practice, specialised reproductive techniques and dedicated experienced vets allows us to make the often-difficult process of equine reproduction a simple one.
Regular dental checks are essential for your horses comfort, optimal diet and performance, and ensuring there is minimal risk of major dental problems over your horses life. Mobile and hospital based treatment options available.
A PURPOSE BUILT HOSPITAL, FOR BETTER EQUINE VETERINARY CARE
Our multi-disciplinary team and purpose-built hospital enable us to provide the very best veterinary care for equine and farm animals. This includes advanced surgical, medical, and imaging services as well as excellent ambulatory, reproductive, performance and dentistry care.
Whether you are wanting a comprehensive pre-purchase examination, a routine health or performance checkup, or if your horse requires intensive hospital care, our dedicated team of experienced veterinarians are by your side, here to answer any questions you have and deliver the very best veterinary care available.
The Veterinary Associates Equine hospital operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If your horse or animal needs overnight monitoring, our purpose-built class facilities are equipped to ensure your animal recieves excellent care.
The Veterinary Associates Equine hospital is a state of the art facility with a superb surgical suite to ensure your horse is cared for in the most efficient and safest way possible.
We are open Mon-Fri – 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM for routine appointments and 24/7 for emergency care.