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HY-50 Vet - For intra-articular and intravenous treatment of lameness caused by joint dysfunction associated with non-infectious synovitis. Osphos - For the alleviation of clinical forelimb lameness associated with the bone resorptive processes of the navicular bone in adult horses. Somulose - Combining secobarbital and cinchocaine, Somulose offers a humane, dignified euthanasia and its ease of administration aids user welfare.
Cyclo Spray contains chlortetracycline and indicated for prevention of infections of superficial wounds caused by surgery and trauma and as part of a treatment plan for claw/hoof infections including interdigital dermatitis and footrot. The unique nozzle mechanism means it can be sprayed upside down, no leaks or blockages and has a tight spray pattern.
Developed by veterinary dermatologists specifically for canine and feline skin,these shampoos have been clinically proven and have a wealth of scientific studies supporting their use. Only available through vet clinics. Full veterinary technical support is available.
We’ve been fielding a lot of queries in the last few days from vets looking to transition cats onto Felimazole® for the treatment of hyperthyroidism. To help make the move as simple as possible, we’ve put together an ‘at a glance’ factsheet. If there is any additional help you need, you’re welcome to contact us on 0800 479 838
Having worked in both large and small animal veterinary practices in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, Peter is an experienced veterinarian. He understands what information is needed in order to make effective prescription decisions. Originally off a sheep and beef farm in the Manawatu, he began his career with the Hunterville Vet Club after graduating from Massey University in 1999.
Nick has over 15 years of experience in the area of animal pharmaceuticals in New Zealand, previously holding a senior management role with Intervet Schering Plough (now MSD). Nick is well positioned to understand the needs of veterinarians and their practices. He realises that listening to the customer is an important aspect of providing solutions to animal health needs at a clinical level.
Jo has spent 15 years Marketing within small business and large Corporate IT organisations and Real Estate both in the UK and New Zealand. She has managed the launch of multi-million dollar marketing campaigns throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She is very passionate about animals and breeds English Springer Spaniels. Jo is very excited to be joining the RxVet team and will be looking after our Marketing and Events.
Kim joined the RXVET team in the upper North Island in 2016. She has been in the industry for over 25 years, beginning her career in veterinary nursing. Kim now enjoys being on the other side, bringing pharmaceutical products and education to veterinary practices.