Animal Hospital Flea & Tick Prevention

Flea & Tick Prevention

Why Does My Pet Need Flea & Tick Prevention? Preventing fleas and ticks is cheaper than controlling them once there is a flea infestation. Flea and tick prevention products stop eggs and larvae from developing into adult fleas. At least 95% of the flea population exists as eggs, larvae, and pupae that hide in carpets and […]

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Laser Therapy for Pets

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 existing […]

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pets in spring

How to Prepare Your Pet for Spring?

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 […]

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dogs and cats

The Scoop on Poop

What are intestinal parasites? Parasites in general are an organism that lives in or on and takes its nourishment from another organism, Pets can contract intestinal parasites via different routes. Pets Parasites are usually transmitted when an animal inadvertently ingests parasite eggs or spores in contaminated soil, water, feces or food. In the case of tapeworms, they can also be transmitted when […]

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Pet Dental Health Month

National Dental Health Month for Pets

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 […]

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for the love of Paws

For the Love of Paws Event!

Join us for our furry Valentines Day Saturday, February 16th 2019 From 2 to 5pm! Enjoy complimentary snacks, Smooch a Pooch and Snap a pic with your furr-vorite Valentine! Prizes and goodies for all who join us! Friendly canines welcome! (All dogs must be on a leash please) Call us for more details at 714-921-2495 […]

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Human Food for Dogs

Human Food for Dogs

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 […]

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Happy Thanksgiving

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 […]

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10% Off Blood Work | Have no fear, no tricks here!

Have no fear, no tricks here!

  Have no fear, no tricks here! 10% Off Blood Work For your pets we hold dear! Even pets that appear happy and healthy can have hidden medical problems that might grow serious, even life-threatening, if left undetected. Blood tests are essential for identifying diseases at the earliest most treatable stage possible. Pets can’t tell […]

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Is your pet itchy but you don’t see any fleas?

Just like people, dogs and cats can show allergic symptoms when their immune systems begin to recognize certain everyday substances-or allergens- as dangerous. Even though these allergens are common in most environments and harmless to most animals, a dog or cat with allergies will have an extreme reaction to them. Allergens can be problematic when [...]
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How to take care of your Senior Dog

The number of years it takes for your dog to be considered “senior” may vary, and one must keep in mind that organ system, species, and breed of dog has an effect; in general a dog’s senior years begin between 6 and 13 years of age. There are a number of things we can do [...]
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Dental health is Important for your pet | Best pet clinic offers

Dental health is Important for your pet

If your pet is older than 3 years you should consider a dental checkup and cleaning, most pets suffer from dental disease that will lead to bad breath, pain and increase the chances of infections. Pet’s oral infections if ignored will lead to more complex digestive problems and other health problems such as liver, heart [...]
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Safety tips for your Pets during Summer

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. [...]
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Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | Veterinary Clinic | My Pet and Fireworks

My Pet and Fireworks

Explosions and loud noises freak animals out and they will run for safety. Unfortunately, they can't always find their way back home. Please take a little time to make sure that your pets are safe and secure this 4th of July. Unexpected sounds of fireworks cause stress and anxiety for a lot of pets. 45% [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital | Best pet clinic in Orange, CA

Best pet clinic in Orange

Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital is the most caring, professional Veterinary clinic in orange County in California. We provide excellent service with reasonable prices. Your pet health & safety are our primary concern. When come to Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital, your leaving your pet in a good hand and when you leave you feel reassured with [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | Offer- Coupon | 10% OFF Flea & Tick Prevention | How to protect your pets

Flea life cycle and how avoid it

What is the life cycle of the flea? - First stage is the flea eggs. They can be seen with your naked eye. They lay the eggs after taking a blood meal, then the eggs will be on the dog’s skin. The eggs take 14 to 28 days to hatch depending on the environment. Also [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | Offer- Coupon | 10% OFF Flea & Tick Prevention | How to protect your pets

The best way to control flea problem is to prevent it from happening.

On our past blogs we wrote some facts about Flea and Ticks facts and how they harm your pet, no pet won’t be affected by fleas without doing any preventives procedures or using medications. “Fleas and ticks affect your pet’s overall health condition” At Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital we recommend checking on your pet’s skin [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | Offer- Coupon | 10% OFF Flea & Tick Prevention | Fleas and Ticks

Fleas and Ticks

Fleas and ticks are dreadful creatures that feed on your pet’s blood and can potentially spread life-threatening diseases to both pets and humans. Here are some facts you should know about fleas: There are over 2,000 species and subspecies of fleas (that we know of). In almost all species of fleas, the females are larger [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | Offer- Coupon | 10% OFF Flea & Tick Prevention

Why Does My Pet Need Flea & Tick Prevention?

Preventing fleas and ticks is cheaper than controlling them once there is a flea infestation. Flea and tick prevention products stop eggs and larvae from developing into adult fleas. At least 95% of the flea population exists as eggs, larvae, and pupae that hide in carpets and yards while adult fleas make up only 1-5% [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital | Pet care in Orange County, CA | Do pets feel pain?

Do pets feel pain?

Absolutely they do feel pain, we know that animals certainly feel physical pain, but what is less clear is whether this emotional suffering that we feel can be said to be true of animals. And if it is, how we go about measuring it. Human communicate pain verbally and even give it a number on [...]
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Nohl Ranch Pet Surgery Clinic | Veterinary Clinic Orange, CA | Animal Hospital

Nohl Ranch Pet Surgery Clinic

At Nohl Ranch Animal hospital we offer numerous pet surgical services, when we recommend a surgery for your pet it is most likely the only option not the fastest or easiest option, we understand how surgeries are difficult for you and for your pet specially during recovery time. Before we decide if a surgery is [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital Veterinarian in Orange, CA blog | Happy National Pet Day | Adopt a pet on April 11 and get a free office Exam and a Free first round of vaccination.

Happy National Pet Day

Adopt a pet on April 11 and get a free office Exam and a Free first round of vaccination. National pet day is an unofficial holiday that we celebrate by paying extra attention to our beloved pets, if you have pets make today a special day for them by spending some extra time with them [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital Veterinarian in Orange, CA blog | Spay or Neuter Your Pet

When and why to Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Spaying or neutering a pet refers to a surgical procedure to alter a dog or cat and make them unable to produce puppies or kittens. The term spaying is used for female pets and the term neutering is used for male pets, neutering usually used for both genders. When to alter my pet? At Nohl [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | blog | Pets skin and fur

Pets Skin and Fur

One of the important parts of maintaining a healthy pet is taking care of their skin and Fur by keeping them healthy. Your Pet’s skin and fur reflects the overall health. Just like our own skin and hair. The big mistake pet’s owner does when they deal with pet’s skin problem is waiting too long [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | blog | Spring and my pet

Spring and my pet

It is cold now, but in two weeks butterflies will be flying around us in California for the Spring. In the Spring pets like the outdoor activities and playing with neighbor’s pets, the outdoor activities are always good for your pet health and their wellbeing but you will have to pay attention to their health [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | blog | Tumor (Mass) Removal

Tumor (Mass) Removal

Tumor prevention is usually not possible since most types of cancers occur due to pet’s genetic makeup. Doges get a lot of tumors, both neutral or bad. As a dog owner you can help by being vigilant for lumps and tumors. It is a good idea to check the dog's skin on a weekly basis [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital in Orange, CA | Blog | 20% OFF Growth Removal

20% OFF Growth Removal

It's not unusual to find various lumps and bumps on dogs and cats, especially as they enter their senior years. Growths and masses can appear at any age, but they are among the most common health issues seen in older pets. What do these growths mean? Are they tumors? Are they cysts? Is it cancer? [...]
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Keep your pet healthy | Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital In Orange County, LA

Keep Your Pet Healthy

How to monitor and maintain a healthy weight for your pet? Healthy weight isn’t simply a number on a scale; it’s about healthy body composition. Feed your pet a balanced, nutritious diet. Make a diet plan for your pet and stick to it. Monitor and record results then make necessary adjustments to the plan. Consult [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital | Dog Vaccination

Dog Vaccination

Vaccinations are an excellent tool that owners can use to prevent dangerous illnesses that affect their pets. Dogs that aren’t vaccinated are highly susceptible to a host of serious afflictions, including canine parvovirus, distemper, rabies and canine hepatitis. That’s why it’s so critical for dog owners to understand what vaccinations are and which ones will [...]
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Caring for your pet’s teeth?

Caring for your pet’s teeth can prevent other health problems, saving you tons of money over the long term! The following are the most common signs of oral disease: Yellow-brown tartar. Bleeding gums. Red, inflamed gums. Bad breath. Difficulty chewing/dropping food when trying to eat. Excessive drooling. Change in eating habits. Pawing at the mouth [...]
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Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital - Dentistry Service

Dentistry Service

Have you ever gotten a sniff of your dog or cat's breath and wrinkled up your nose? All too often, dental care is something that is overlooked with our furry friends. Imagine how your mouth would feel, taste, look and smell if you NEVER brushed your teeth! Tartar and calculus trap bacteria in and under [...]
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