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Honey Vet

FernMark Licence No. 100290

www.honeyvet.co.nz

HoneyVet was developed in June 2016 by two friends Pip Jones, a veterinarian and Julie Hayes, who has an extensive background in the New Zealand Honey industry. Both had the inspiration to harness New Zealand’s natures healing properties and to provide our animal friends with an all-natural alternative for skin and coat care. From this inspiration, HoneyVet was created. We believe our pets should be treated with the same standard of high quality products that we would use on ourselves. Our main ingredient, Kanuka Honey, is proven to have anti-inflammatory qualities that aid in reducing skin irritation. Honey is a humectant, meaning it draws in moisture from its surroundings and locks it in, ensuring your pet's coat and skin stays moisturised and nourished.

Honey Vet

Licensed Products

PET CARE - GROOMING

HoneyVet Shampoo Made in NZ
HoneyVet Conditioner Made in NZ

PET CARE

HoneyVet Skin Spray Made in NZ
HoneyVet Oral Spray Made in NZ
HoneyVet Balm Made in NZ

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