As New Zealand’s leading provider of veterinary diagnostic testing and pathology services, Gribbles Veterinary strives to deliver continuous innovation and service excellence. We offer a comprehensive range of services to private veterinary practices, academic institutes, research organisations, pharmaceutical companies, various government agencies, other animal health laboratories, aquaculture enterprises and zoological parks. We are also a major contributor to biosecurity surveillance in New Zealand.
Veterinary Diagnostic Testing
Across our network of five laboratories, we offer a comprehensive veterinary diagnostic testing service. Our testing services encompass the disciplines of biochemistry, haematology, microbiology, parasitology, serology, molecular testing, histology and cytology.
We employ a large number of highly experienced veterinary pathologists, many of whom are Board certified and several who have achieved recognition as Registered Specialists in Veterinary Pathology. This team provides veterinary practitioners with expert advice, diagnostic interpretation and consultation in order to support the very best patient management and care.
Specialist Testing Services
In addition to providing a range of routine diagnostic testing, we also offer a diverse range of more specialised tests and services, including:
- Export testing – live animal and germplasm
- Aquatic, avian, wildlife pathology and post mortem / expert witness services
- Food, feed, feed meal and tallow testing – Gribbles Labnet
- Pet cremation services – Fond Farewells
GLP & Research Services
Over a period of several years, Gribbles Veterinary has established itself as a world class research service provider, delivering bespoke testing solutions to local and international researchers from industry and academia alike. Australasia’s only veterinary laboratory accredited for compliance with the OECD standards of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), we offer a comprehensive range of tests and associated services which fall broadly under Toxicologic Pathology and Clinical Chemistry and Immunology.