4547 Telephone Rd., Ste A, Ventura, CA 93003 (map) info@ohanapethospital.com


957 Faulkner Road, Suite 101, Santa Paula, CA 93060 (map) infosp@ohanapethospital.com

Ohana in the News

As your Ventura Veterinarians,  we are dedicated to our clients, their pets and our community. Sometimes, we’re doing pretty interesting and unique things that are worth sharing, either by the local media or us. We invite you to read our latest news below.

COVID-19 Guidelines Updated for Ohana Clients

May 2, 2022

We are happy to announce we are continuing our reopening plan* with some big changes as of April 13, 2022!  Effective April 13, 2022, all doctors will see appointments in the hospital (though you still have the option of doing curbside appointments if that is better for you or your pet)! When you arrive for your in-hospital appointment, please come More »

A Letter from Ohana

August 9, 2021

Dear Clients of Ohana, Our team at Ohana Pet Hospital would like to start by thanking you for supporting us during the pandemic and being understanding during this very difficult time.  Some of you have also provided us with treats that were much appreciated by the whole crew.  Mahalo for your thoughtfulness! We know you have experienced longer wait More »

No New Clients as of 7/20/21

July 20, 2021

We love seeing new faces, but with over 12 million new pets adopted during the pandemic, we’re BUSY! We are very appreciative of referrals and for our community who trust us to take care of your pets, but at this time we can no longer accept new clients*. If you are an existing client and you have a new family member we will see them. If your pet More »

Parking at Our Ventura Location

July 8, 2021

RE: Parking next door  The Ventura County Air Pollution Control District, located next door to our Ventura location, will be commencing work to resurface the parking lot and upgrade the sidewalks at 4567 Telephone Road, Ventura, CA 93003. The tentative start and completion dates are 7/19/21-9/30/21 We apologize for this, as this may cause noise issues, More »

Ohana wins VC Reporter’s “Best Of Ventura County” for SEVEN years in a row

November 19, 2020

Much love and and Aloha to our community of Ventura County for voting for us as your #1 Veterinarian practice for SEVEN YEARS IN A ROW! We are so lucky to serve our community! For a full list winners for the last 3 years, see below: 2020 click here 2019 click here 2018 click here      More »

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV)

November 5, 2020

For our bunny loving clients – There is a devastating virus called ‘Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus’ that has appeared in the US this year. Recent outbreaks in 2020 have been discovered in the wild cottontail and jack rabbit populations throughout Arizona the desert communities of Southern California, such as San Bernardino County. There are More »

Ohana Announces the Veterinary Technology Program at Ventura College

May 5, 2020

Dear Ohana Clients and Community Partners, We are proud to announce the start of a new Veterinary Technology Program at Ventura College!  This is a two-year program for veterinary assistants that will launch in Fall of 2020 at Ventura College’s East Campus in Santa Paula.  Potential student candidates who are interested in participating in the program More »

COVID-19 Guidelines for Ohana Clients

March 17, 2020

Please click to read our Letter to Ohana Clients. What is Ohana doing to minimize my risk of exposure to the Coronavirus? We require that all staff frequently wash their hands: a minimum of 20 seconds with soap and water No handshaking Sick staff are asked to stay home We use medical grade disinfectants that kill the Coronavirus We have stringent More »

Diet Related Acquired Heart Disease in Dogs – Our response to the FDA Report

July 8, 2019

Diet Related Acquired Heart Disease in Dogs by Dr. Megan Glaser and Dr. Amy Vlazny Many of you may have heard that the FDA recently released a report investigating a possible link between grain free diets and dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs. DCM is a disease of the heart muscle that leads to reduced pumping ability of the heart and increase heart More »

Ohana wins West County Veterinarian for five years in a row

June 4, 2018

We are honored to have been named Ventura County Star’s Reader’s Choice for best West County Veterinarian for FIVE consecutive years! When we first opened for business in 2012, we could never have dreamed of being so welcomed and embraced by our community. Mahalo for trusting us with your pets for the last six years. We look forward to many, More »

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