At Ourimbah Veterinary Hospital, we believe in delivering a pet care plan for your pet for life. This means we are instrumental in helping your pet achieve a happy and healthy life, not just trying to fix problems when they
Ear infections also called ‘otitis’ are a common and chronic problem we see in our K9 and feline friends. It can be a painful and distressing ordeal for both pets and their humans. An ear infection generally begins with an
Horse owners in Australia need to be aware of a condition called sand colic. When horses eat grain or hay off the ground or graze in pastures that have sandy soil, they have the tendency to ingest significant amounts of
We are often asked ‘where do your adoption kittens come from?’. There are many reasons these kittens come to be in our adoption program. Quite often they are: stray, saved from wild cat colonies, rescued from less than ideal situations or given
The eyes are an important part of communicating with our pets. There are very few people who can resist the sight of a big pair of brown (or blue or green!) eyes asking for a pat or treat. As veterinarians
Recent rain has lead to an increase in the number of horses we are examining for itching. There are many causes of itching in horses, however the most common reasons we identify are: Seasonal insect bite hypersensitivity - 'Queensland itch'