The development of SciQuest and hosting of NZVA Publications would not have been possible without the generous support of the SciQuest Premier Sponsor companies below, who have taken a leading role in supporting veterinary innovation in New Zealand.
Massey University is New Zealand's only truly national university, with a proud 80-year tradition of academic excellence, three campuses in the North Island and a distance learning programme that delivers university qualifications to all parts of the country. It's also home to New Zealand's world-leading veterinary programme that will qualify you to work as a veterinarian
Nestle Purina PetCare Ltd
The reason we're so invested in the quality of our food is because we love pets as much as you do. You’ll find pets in our homes, and even sitting by our feet as we work in our offices. Our passion for pets goes beyond pushing pet nutrition forward, and into forging partnerships in the pet welfare world and raising awareness of what pets truly need. After all, we've seen firsthand how powerful the bond with a pet can be, and the many unique ways that pets can strengthen our families and bring our communities closer.
Provet is the leading animal health distribution company in Australasia.
Established over 30 years ago by a small group of veterinarians, Provet has helped build the industry through commitment, initiative and experience.
Provet is also a sponsor of SciQuest: an e-library of veterinary publications.
Southern Cross Pet Insurance
Southern Cross Pet Health Insurance looks after the health of more than 30,000 Kiwi pets.
Their pet insurance can help owners to ensure their cat or dog gets the best care possible at the time when it's needed the most.
SVS Veterinary Supplies
SVS is New Zealand's leading clinical suppliers. They've been wholesaling veterinary supplies for well over 20 years.
They are family run, New Zealand owned and operated, and have a reputation for excellence in customer service.
SVS is also a sponsor of SciQuest: an e-library of veterinary publications.