Posted on 4/24/2017 4:00 AM By Normandale Veterinary Hospital
Diagnostic lab tests are an important tool in characterizing many different types of conditions and diseases for your sick or injured pet. We have an in-house laboratory that allows us to measure many lab values and get diagnostic results in minutes for pre-surgery or an emergency situation. We also use a centralized reference lab for more extensive diagnostic testing that we may not perform in our in-house lab.
Posted on 3/6/2017 4:00 AM By Normandale Veterinary Hospital
Today’s pet homelessness crisis has spawned from a lack of spaying and neutering. Every year, millions of healthy dogs are euthanized in the United States simply because of lacking homes. Spaying and neutering your dog, additionally, carries a few medical benefits. When engaging your vet for general care, ask about spaying and neutering options. Normandale Veterinary Hospital is here to help, and we’re available to assist with neutering or spaying surgery. Before getting these services, however, you should understand the best time to engage them.
Posted on 1/9/2017 4:00 AM By Normandale Veterinary Hospital
Pets are part of the family so it only makes sense that you would take care of them the same way you would a member in your family. Just like people, pets need to see the doctor for regular veterinary care. Be going to the vet's office, many problems can be caught early and treated before they turn into bigger problems. Monitoring your pet's health is important to make sure he or she is as healthy as possible. Below are some of the important services provided at Normandale Veterinary Hospital.
Posted on 9/5/2016 4:00 AM By Normandale Veterinary Hospital
Although dogs are generally considered to be carnivores, they can adapt to a wide-ranging diet, and do not depend solely on meat to satisfy their dietary requirements. Dogs can digest a variety of foods, including grains and vegetables; an all-meat diet actually lacks calcium and iron, but most commercially available dog food addresses this issue.
Posted on 3/21/2016 4:00 AM By Normandale Veterinary Hospital
Heartworms are deadly to animals. However, pet owners have the potential to prevent them. It's important to know what they are and what to look for if you're not giving your canine any preventative medicines for them.