Anexa Vets provide veterinary care throughout the Waikato and Hauraki Plains.
Anexa Vets we’re here to help.
Anexa Vets offer a friendly and professional vet service for dairy, and dry stock farmers as well as your family pets. We care about your animals’ health and we care about the communities we work with through out the Waikato and Hauraki Plains. From the veterinary advice we provide, to the products we use – all our recommendations are based on quality science, with your animals, and your needs well considered.
Cognosco Animal Health Research
Cognosco is a contract animal health research group based in the heart of the New Zealand dairy industry. The group was formed by Dr Scott McDougall in 1997, to provide a research team that could undertake observational studies and clinical trials in ruminant production systems. Cognosco is a division of Anexa.
Choose Anexa Vets as your farm vet.
Sign up and join the Anexa Vet Club. You’ll be supported by a veterinary team that are passionate and driven. The health and wellbeing of your animals and your farm’s business requirements come first.
Choose Anexa Veterinary Services as your farm vet.
Sign up and join the Anexa Vet Club.
You’ll be supported by a veterinary team that are passionate and driven. The health and wellbeing of your animals and your farm’s business requirements come first.
Anexa Vets have helped us improve cow condition, raise repro performance, but also injected some enthusiasm back into us.
J & C Henry
Great clinic! Neither of my dogs are very comfortable visiting the vet, but the vet and vet nurse that we saw were really excellent with them and made the visit as relaxed as possible – highly recommend.
Amazingly caring, skillful and knowledgable team! Always ready to help and without a doubt our permanent vet of choice.
Anexa Vets Community Blog
Pregnancy testing is a big event in your farming calendar. By choosing to get as much information as possible, about each cow in the herd, you can make sure you are maximising value for the money. This allows you to reflect on the success of mating, then knowledgeably...
Squirt is a friendly, curious cat who is known throughout the area for his charming personality. However, he had a tendency to get into small fight with other cats from time to time. One sunny afternoon, Squirt went home with a small bite wound on his back end on the...
Scott McDougall and the team at Cognosco provided mastitis management and control training to a group of 19 farm managers and senior veterinarians from China in the last week of October. The participants were taken through how to monitor milk quality and mastitis, how...
Join the Anexa Veterinary Team
At Anexa, our staff enjoy a caring culture with many opportunities to grow and develop professional skills. We are always on the lookout for passionate vets and vet nurses that share our values. If you would like to find out more please get in touch.
“Good sort farmers – on the whole the farmers we work with are really nice people and are often keen to give most of the treatments you suggest a go.”
“The ability to develop and grow trust and strong relationships with the farmers has been one of the most fulfilling things about working for Anexa. I feel part of this is personal, but I feel the farmers generally have been very easy to get onside from the get-go.”
“Attached lab and Cognosco!!! Think it’s one of the key qualities that sets Anexa apart from other businesses – allows for the use of best practise and up to date information to guide our clinical decisions. Ali and Yvette our Lab Technicians, are more than happy to talk to you about results or help teach which is really cool.”
“Mighty Waikato – anything you could want within an hour drive, if not less.”
“Progression of new grad skill set – constantly acquiring new skills and gaining clinical confidence. Good balance of getting help but also being pushed out of our comfort zone.”
“Support – big team with varied and lots of experience. We have enjoyed working out of the ‘hub’ clinic – feel very connected and really advantageous for learning small animal stuff. Also Friday afternoon catch ups is a nice way to lead into the weekend – chance to debrief and you get to chat to some of the team you might not normally have a lot to do with.”
“On call is something I don’t mind doing, I grew to resent it in my old job for a few reasons: The phone was directly through to me, the rota was a lot more frequent, and it was incorporated into the salary so felt like it was not worth anything”
“Having a large pool of vets is good in the sense that there is so many years of experience to draw on absolutely anything you come across so a great support network.”
“Dedicated CEO and leadership team that send out daily emails 😊 – feel as though everyone is approachable.”