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Brushing Your Pet's Teeth

Brushing Your Pet's Teeth

We’ll cut straight to the chase: the best way to clean your pet's teeth is with a pet approved toothpaste and toothbrush, daily there’s no better substitute! This combined with 6 monthly dental checks and routine scale and polish is the best way to keep your pet's oral health in tip top shape. In most cases dental disease is preventable. Did you know that ...
August 7, 2018 0 Comments
Blood Tests and Your Pet

Blood Tests and Your Pet

So the vet wants to run a blood test on my animal... Your vet may suggest blood testing for a variety of reasons As a method of monitoring the general health of your pet. This may be more commonly recommended in older pets, but may be recommended at any age. As part of the health/risk assessment prior to procedures such as surgery.
July 8, 2018 0 Comments
Nutritional Requirements for Senior Pets

Nutritional Requirements for Senior Pets

There’s no defined line that determines when a pet transitions into their senior years. As a general guide large breed dogs such as the Great Dane may be considered a senior at the age of 5 where smaller breed dogs at 7 to 8 years of age are likely to be nearing their senior years. Cats are said to entering their senior years around 7 years of age! It depends on ...
July 7, 2018 0 Comments
The Senior Year's

The Senior Year's

June and July are the months senior pets receive an extra pampering at Ourimbah Vet! We’re so happy to be able to help you in providing only the very best of care to your pet. Generally speaking, it’s around 8 years of age cats and dogs are considered to be entering their senior years! Now, the big question is… What does it mean to be a senior ...
June 16, 2018 0 Comments
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