About Vetora

We aspire to provide world class animal health services for our rural communities.

Our history

In 1942, Te Awamutu Veterinary Association welcomed members onto its premises in the Waikato. Two years later, The Vet Club opened its doors to the public in the Bay of Plenty. 

These two farmer owned and operated clubs ran independently for many years, providing specialised expertise and sharing the same passion for giving back to the community. 

These shared values led to the combination of the original two vet clubs under the Vetora banner to become Vetora Bay of Plenty and Vetora Waikato. With our clubs combined as Vetora we can provide increased benefits to members through scale and collaboration.

Vetora's history

We're a vet club which means we are 100% NZ owned and we reinvest all our profits back into our rural community and vet business, ensuring you’re receiving the best practical and technical expertise for your animals, for today and tomorrow.

Become a member

We have a highly skilled veterinary team with over 70 vets and a full team of nurses, technicians and support staff across all our clinics. We have a strong mix of experienced veterinarians, with a focus on developing the next group of talented team members. We provide full 24/7 on farm emergency care all year round.

Our farmer members get unique benefits including on-farm delivery services, reduced visit fees, Farm Account payment terms, seminars, workshops and social events. As a farmer member you also elect your board of directors and have annual voting rights.

Become a Vetora member

BoP Board & CEO

Vetora Bay of Plenty Board and CEOView team

Waikato Board & CEO

Vetora Waikato Board and CEOView team