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'Doggy Dementia'- Cognitive changes in senior pets

'Doggy Dementia'- Cognitive changes in senior pets

Cognitive function refers to mental processes such as memory, decision making, recognition, learning, perception and awareness. A dog or cats cognitive function tends to decline with age however not all older dogs and cats show signs of cognitive dysfunction.

August 23, 2016 0 Comments
Why does my pet's breath stink?

Why does my pet's breath stink?

One thing that we can all agree on is horrid smelling pet breath is not a pleasant thing to experience. What is even worse is the source of the smell may be causing your pet a whole lot of pain and discomfort. Chronic bad breath is not normal and is an indication that something may be wrong that needs to be investigated by a veterinarian.

August 22, 2016 0 Comments
Gypsy the wonder dog!

Gypsy the wonder dog!

Gypsy was surrendered to Ourimbah Veterinary Hospital as a teeny tiny 3 day old Kelpie along with her two equally cute sisters! Nurse Jennie and her family took on the tremendous job of hand raising 3 puppies which entailed round the clock bottle feeding, regular body weight checks and much more- they all won the heart of nurse Jen but little Gypsy stole it! 

June 27, 2016 0 Comments
Is your pet entering their senior years?

Is your pet entering their senior years?

Think for a moment- what year was your pet born? How old are they? Did you know that a cat over 8 years, a small dog over 7 years and a large breed dog over 6 years of age is considered to be moving into their senior years? How our pets age is dependent on breed, size and each individual animal. It’s certainly no need for panic or concern.- they are still the same ...
June 21, 2016 0 Comments
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