Lifestyle Animal Vet Services

Your local vet, here to help

Anexa Vet Services is here to help provide information and vet assistance to help you better understand and care for your animals.

We offer a wide range of services to small block holders from treating your sick pets, vaccinating, disbudding / dehorning and hoof trimming through to vet assured milk replacers, calf meals, drenches, calf leads, bottles and much more with the extra bonus of advise and guidance.

Our Lifestyle Animal Vet Services Include:

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Reliable Animal health care advice

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Vet Property Assessment Consult

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Personalised Animal Health Plans

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24/7 emergency Vet care

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Technician services - Hoof Trimming, Calf Disbudding, Milk Sampling, Dry Cow and Teatsealing Application, Weighing, Spore Count Monitoring, Drenching

News and Advice

Facial Eczema: Be prepared this season

Facial Eczema: Be prepared this season

What is Facial Eczema (FE)? The fungus Pithomyces chartarum releases spores in pasture, which produce a toxin known as sporidesmin. This toxin damages the liver. The damaged liver cannot rid the body of wastes and a breakdown product of chlorophyll (plant part) builds...

Should I vaccinate my ewes for Toxo and Campy?

Should I vaccinate my ewes for Toxo and Campy?

You may have heard about Toxoplasma and Campylobacter. Or you may have heard that you should be vaccinating your sheep to prevent abortion. But should you? When we talk about abortion in sheep, it doesn’t necessarily mean finding dead lambs in the paddock. Often with...

Holiday check

Holiday check

Holidays are very exciting. Before you leave, however, make sure you’ve made arrangements for the care of your animals, whether they’re indoor pets or outdoor graziers. Here is a brief checklist with points to consider: For graziers: Write down your daily routine if...

Calf Rearing: charming or catastrophic?

Calf Rearing: charming or catastrophic?

If you have a bit of land and spare time, purchasing a few calves to rear can be a great option for you. Calves are cute, inquisitive and generally easy to handle. However, when things go wrong, it can be devastating and very frustrating for everyone involved. Here...

What happens when you get a farm animal euthanized?

What happens when you get a farm animal euthanized?

It can often be stressful to make the decision to euthanize a farm animal. But once that decision is made, how do you proceed? If the animal is not sick or injured, you can send it to the Works. If it cannot travel to the Works, home-kill or down cow processers might...

Some Practical tips for Vet visits

Some Practical tips for Vet visits

Being able to enjoy having animals on a lifestyle block also means spending some money to keep these animals healthy. Some of this money will be spent on vet visits for routine husbandry or for sick/injured animals. To help you save money on your vet bills and help...

Flystrike

Flystrike

Flystrike season usually runs from December to March but in warm, humid weather can go right through to June. Flies lay their eggs in wool and the maggots that hatch begin to eat the sheeps flesh. This can happen very quickly in warm weather so sheep need to be...

Silent messages

Silent messages

How to tell when an animal is sick or injured To be able to realise an animal is sick or injured, it’s important to be familiar with normal behaviour. Unfortunately Vets often encounter animals that have been unwell for a while, but it hasn’t been spotted by its...

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