MVP Vets

07 889-1305

07 889-1305

Clinic Hours

We’re open 5 days a week, plus our after hours service provides you 24/7 assistance in emergencies.
Please call to make an appointment.

8.30am - 4.30pm

8.30am - 4.30pm

8.30am - 4.30pm

8.30am - 4.30pm

8.30am - 4.30pm

10.00am - 12.00pm
(during calving season)


Meet Our Team

Scott Kovaleski  BVSc

Scott grew up on a sheep and beef farm in Taranaki before deciding a career in agriculture was for him.  He went to vet school at Massey and graduated in 2001.  Since graduation Scott has mainly worked in dairy practice in Te Aroha, which included a 5 year stint as a practice director.  Scott has also locumed at a number of clinics both locally and overseas.  Scott enjoys been a cattle veterinarian but is also extremely passionate about doing overall farm consultancy.

Most of Scotts spare time is spent with his wife Katie and his 3 children Mya, Zac and Arna.  Any gaps between family time are spent playing sport, in particular squash or simply having a beer with mates.

Vicki Maddever  BVSc (Distinction)

Vicki graduated from Massey University in 1998 and spent the next 7 years working in dairy practice for the vet club in Ngatea and Paeroa.  After a short period spent with Franklin vets in Pukekohe, Vicki  returned to the Waikato in 2007 to become a partner at The Cow Vets Morrinsville, now MVP Vets.  She has a son, Alex, born in 2010 and lives on a lifestyle block at Tauhei.  Outside of work her main interest is her horses, and she is a keen follower of the Waikato hunt.

Kylie van Ras   BVSc

Kylie grew up on a sheep and beef farm near Waingaro Hot Springs.  She did a degree in Microbiology at Otago University before spending time overseas.  Kylie then completed her Vet degree at Massey University graduating in 2006.

Kylie lives on a Dairy farm with her husband Johan and children Blake and Dana.  In her spare time Kylie enjoys trail running, squash and fishing.


Julie Dusevich  
Office Administrator

Along with husband Stu and her 3 children, Julie moved to the Waikato from the far north. Julie and Stu contract milk locally, and when Julie is not working on the farm she is at the clinic organising the vets.

When not working Julie enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling to exotic locations and getting out on the boat fishing as often as they can.