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Demand soars at Te Are Manu

Wednesday 31 January 2018 | Published in Local

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Demand soars at Te Are Manu
From left, Te Are Manu president Trish Barton, with volunteer vet Kate Galloway and nurse Baillie Doyle. 18010810

The police crackdown on dog registrations has led to a surge in owners looking to have their pets desexed, and vet clinic Te Are Manu is struggling to keep up with demand.

The police crackdown on dog registrations has led to a surge in owners looking to have their pets desexed, and vet clinic Te Are Manu is struggling to keep up with demand.


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