Working Dog Warrant of Fitness

The team at Murrays Veterinary Clinic understand the important role and significant contribution working dogs make in the service, farming and leisure sector within New Zealand.

NZ working dogs require physical fitness, endurance and good health to carry out their varied duties.

It is extremely important to keep these four-legged employees in peak condition so they can lead long and productive lives. The average working life is approximately 8 years.

The loss of a working dog through accident, illness or injury can not only be costly but inconvenient.

The benefits of reducing potential illness and injury, as well as increasing the working dogs' career are obvious.  Unlike us, they can’t tell us how they feel, so scheduled and timely check-ups are a great way to help keep your working dog working.  Working Dog WoF is a simple and cost-effective way to safeguard the health of your dog.

 

So, what is Working Dog WoF™?

 

The team at Murrays Veterinary Clinic understand the role Working Dogs play and the expectations required of them.

Our dogs are a valued staff member who like to be told what to do, always show up to work and are never late. They are willing to put in the hard yards just to please you, and never ask for a pay raise for it!

 

Therefore, we have created the “Working Dog WoF™”; a proactive, preventative health programme for farm, service and hunting dogs.

 

The Working Dog WoF™ programme is an annual subscription, it will provide you discounts and exclusive offers for all of your Working and Hunting Dogs for a small fee of $40 whether you have 1 or 10 dogs! 

 

Working Dogs are a valuable asset (the average team worth $30,000) so, enable them to perform at their peak and recover fast after work and injury by providing them with the best nutrition, housing and healthcare.

 So, why wouldn’t you provide them with the best health care to keep your four-legged workers performing at their best?

 

See in store for terms and conditions.

Does your dog need a WOF?

Contact us now or visit the clinic