Warkworth Vets Veterinary Hospital OPEN
We are now operating out of our purpose built veterinary hospital at 27 Hudson rd. Please call the clinic for an appointment
Some of the services we offer.
Please phone us if you would like an appointment or if you have an emergency.
We can provide an extensive range of services to cover all your production animal health requirements.
Our experienced team can help to keep this special family member healthy and happy covering all their needs.
We care for a wide range of horses, from pet ponies to eventers, from farm hacks to racing thoroughbreds.
Lifestyle farm animals often require the same services as production animals. We can even treat your pet chicken!
Welcome to our veterinary practice.
We are an eight vet mixed practice, serving the greater Warkworth and Wellsford regions, from Puhoi in the south to Maungaturoto in the north and from east to west coast in between. We operate from two premises. Our main base is Warkworth Vets Veterinary Hospital, at 27 Hudson rd. We believe this to be the best veterinary facility in the Auckland and Northland region and along with great staff helps us to provide the best possible care for your pets. We have a branch clinic, Coast to Coast Vets, 2 School rd Wellsford which we operate from also.
We have a team of great vets, with a combined experience of over 125 years, and an enviable combined knowledge pool derived from working both internationally and in many different types of vet practices around New Zealand. We are confident and experienced enough to tackle almost any challenge which may be presented to us regardless of species.
We provide a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week emergency vet service. We don’t rely on another practice to share the burden of the after-hours work. The vet you see should you be unlucky enough to encounter an emergency after normal hours will be one of our vets who you will probably have met.
Our vets are all locals, and proud members of the community. You’ll find us at work during the week with forceps and scalpel in hand, or sleeves rolled up and pulling out a calf. In the weekends we may well be beside you on the sidelines cheering on the local team, or brandishing a prize snapper at the boat ramp.
Tania and Jade Cookson, Warkworth