Vicki Erceg has officially been appointed as the National Police Dog Coordinating Veterinarian.
Over the last nearly 20 years, Vicki has worked at Massey University with the New Zealand Police Dog Section.
In her role on the Massey University Working Dog Centre’s board, and as a member of the Police Dog Breeding Panel, she works to help keep the Police Dog population of New Zealand in tiptop condition.
Vicki has always enjoyed working to advance the health care and population management of the NZ Police Dogs, and she is very much looking forward to continuing to contribute into the future. The veterinary clinics who care for the police dogs throughout New Zealand and the NZ Police Dog Section work together as a team to keep the dogs healthy and working well to protect our country.
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Last updated on Friday 13 December 2019
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