Spaying and neutering are common procedures performed on pets, particularly dogs and cats, to help control pet overpopulation and prevent unwanted litters. These procedures involve removing the reproductive organs of the animal, and while they are often recommended by veterinarians, many pet owners still have questions about the process, the benefits, and any potential risks involved. In this blog, we will discuss spaying and neutering procedures in depth, including what they are, the benefits they provide, and what to expect during and after the procedure.
Keeping Your Pets Safe This Thanksgiving Say No to Toxic Treats Keeping Your Pets Safe This Thanksgiving As Thanksgiving approaches, the excitement of gathering with friends and family to enjoy a feast is palpable. The tantalizing aroma of roasted turkey, the comforting side dishes, and the delectable desserts are enough to make anyone's mouth water. [...]
What is Laser therapy? At Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves with always searching for new ways to care for your Pet especially where pain is concerned. Veterinary laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free and drug-free treatment that is used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with [...]
Pets Dental Care Pets Dental Care is very important for your pet's health. If your pet is older than 3 years, you should consider a dental Care checkup and cleaning, most pets suffer from dental diseases that will lead to bad breath, and pain and increase the chances of infections. Pet’s oral infections if ignored [...]
Summer is here and that means there are some important things you need think about it when it comes to your pet. Its hard for pets to handle the heat and the sun because they don’t sweat like people do. A dog's normal temperature is between 100° and 103°F, cats ranges from 100.4º to 102.5ºF. [...]
Every Year Employees Across The Country Bring Their Dogs To Work, The Friday After Father’s Day. “It’s National Take Your Dog to Work Day”!! Timeline For “Take Your Dog to Work Day”: Take Your Dog to Work Day “TYDTWDay” was first celebrated in 1999. 2020 marks the 22nd annual event. There is also increasing participation [...]