We set up Ethical Agents to be the good-guys who understand the needs and challenges that are unique to local New Zealand businesses and work together in partnership with them for the health and wellbeing of the animals in their care.

We know how important animals are to the lives of New Zealander’s – from the food chain to bringing us joy and comfort, we know the pain that our clients and their customers go through when an animal is sick. This compels us to do whatever we can to help.

EA is a New Zealand family owned company with 3 generations all working together. The veterinary market runs in our blood and as a family company we pride ourselves in bringing the best quality products to the NZ animal health market.

9 tips for Maintaining a Clean and Hygienic Vet Clinic

As a veterinarian, ensuring a clean and hygienic environment in your clinic is paramount not only for the well-being of your patients but also for the safety of your staff and clients. Proper cleaning and disinfection protocols play a crucial role in preventing the spread of diseases and maintaining a professional and welcoming atmosphere. In […]

Understanding and Eliminating Canine Parvovirus

Let’s delve into a concerning but vital topic for dog owners – Canine Parvovirus, commonly known as Parvo. This highly contagious and potentially deadly virus poses a significant threat to our beloved furry friends. In this blog post, we will explore what Parvo is, its symptoms, complications, modes of transmission, and why SteriGENE stands out as the […]

The Vital Role of Electrolytes in Horse Health

As horse lovers, we understand the importance of keeping our four-legged companions in optimal health. One crucial aspect often overlooked is the role of electrolytes in maintaining the well-being of our equine friends. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the necessity of electrolytes for horses, exploring their functions, the signs of imbalance, and how […]

A Guide to Successful Weaning: Nurturing Healthy Lambs and Calves

Weaning is a crucial stage in the development of lambs and calves, marking the transition from dependence on their mother’s milk to consuming solid food. This process requires careful planning and management to ensure the health and well-being of the young animals. In this guide, we will explore the key steps and considerations for successfully […]

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