Here in Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital, our veterinarians are the best to evaluate your pet for potential painful conditions. If you notice anything, please consult our vets for a full examination, including a pain assessment, and talk about the findings.
How to Prepare Your Pet for Spring? 1. Check your yard. As the weather warms up and the rain stops, your pet will be eager to finally get out of the house and spend more time outdoors. But the winter weather may have taken a toll on the state of your yard. Wind and rainstorms […]
February is National Dental Health Month for Pets The month of February is National Pet Dental Health Month While this reminder holiday is celebrated annually, doctors from Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital are encouraging pet parents to talk to their family veterinarians about helping their pets practice good dental hygiene. According to the American Veterinary Dental […]
What can dogs eat and what they can’t this time of year? As we all know most of human food are not good for dogs, in-fact some of our food could be toxic for pets no matter how much they beg for it you should not share food with your pet. Some of human foods […]
No Food for Pets There will be no shortage of food and drinks available during Thanksgiving dinner, but that doesn’t mean you should share it with your pets. Many of the ingredients used in everyday cooking and baking, such as onion, garlic, and chocolate, can be highly toxic to your pet, even life-threatening. We all […]