Pet Clinic Coupons and offers
At Nohl Ranch Animal Hospital, what really matters to us is the health of your pet. That’s why We have the best Pet Clinic discount Coupons and offers in Orange county.
Check our vet offers coupons below. Click on any coupon to print it.
Pet Clinic Coupons and offers
Our Pet Clinic Coupons and offers are unique for pet health services, we post monthly coupons to better serve and help pet owners in orange county California to keep their pets healthy all the time with most affordable pet services in the area of Orange city and Anaheim city.
To redeem an offer please provide the coupon at the front desk.
Check out this page monthly, we post new Pet Clinic Coupons and offers.
Our All-Time Offer
This coupon for our all new clients,
50% OFF Office Exam.
can’t combine with other offers, no expiration date, and other restrictions may apply.
Flea & Tick Preventatives Coupon
Preventatives can help your pet avoid:
- Flea allergies
- Hot spots
- Biting adult fleas
- Skin infections
- Lyme disease
- Rocky Mountain spotted fever
- Fleas and Ticks in your home
Flea and tick prevention keeps your pet healthy. Your pet won’t pick up tapeworms or have flea bites that cause itching misery and flea allergy dermatitis. In addition, you can help prevent diseases that fleas and ticks carry such as Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tick paralysis.
Mass Removal Surgeries Coupon
For the month of October, we are offering 20% off Mass Removal Surgeries for your pet(s).
We are dedicated to the pet owner’s education, and to help make the intimidating decisions about surgery and recovery for your pet as comfortable as possible.
We are proud to offer consultations and Surgeries for a variety of soft tissue, orthopedic, spay and neuter, dental, tumor and growth removals. Our team provides surgical care for patients with cancer when surgery is part of a recommended treatment plan..
Pets Blood Work Coupon
For the month of September, we are offering 10-20% off blood work and x-rays for pets over the age of 5!
Blood work can help us create a baseline for your pet and detect any abnormalities early on. It can help us to know if there are problems such as kidney failure, liver and pancreas functions, thyroid problems, diabetes, infection, anemia and more!
X-Rays provide help in detecting arthritis, tumors, heart disease, bladder stones and other ailments.
25% OFF Dental Cleaning & 10% OFF Extractions
While any pet owner knows the importance of a regular grooming and exercise routine for their pet, proper dental care is often overlooked.
Dental care for your pet should begin as soon as possible, so it is vital that here in Top Animal Hospital in Orange, we’re going to teach you how to properly care for their teeth and gums right from the start. They can provide demonstrations of the most effective and hassle-free way to brush your pet’s teeth, as well as which diets and toys are the safest and most effective.
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 the gum line, which leads to irritation of the gum tissue (gingivitis) and then periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is sickness of the supporting tissues of the teeth: the ligaments that attach gum to tooth and jaw bone. The American Veterinary Dental Society estimates that 85% of cats and dogs have periodontal disease by age four!
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? As a pet owner, it can be helpful for you to understand the different types of lumps, bumps, and growths commonly seen on dogs and cats. The most important thing to remember is to seek advice from your trusted veterinarian.
As our pets age, they commonly develop lumps and bumps both on their skin and just under their skin. Some of these growths may be harmless, but how do you know which ones are safe and which ones may not be? Dogs and cats can develop many different types of skin cancer and many of these can have the same appearance as a non-cancerous mass to the naked eye.