TV shows and commercials aren’t geared toward pets, but that doesn’t mean they don’t watch TV. Many pets glance at the screen, react to the sights and sounds of animals on TV, and may even become as captivated by the latest Netflix series as we are. But when pets watch TV, do they understand what they see or are they merely attracted by all the bright lights and moving pictures?Continue…
Rocklin Ranch Veterinary Hospital’s Blog
Dear Clients & Friends,
It has been a great pleasure and honor to provide veterinary care for your pets over the past 39 years.
The partnerships we have forged, your trust, loyalty, and dedication have allowed me to help and share the lives of your 4 footed family members. It has been a grand journey both personally and professionally.
When I retire at the end of March 2019, I know I leave you in the compassionate, skilled and knowledgable hands with the veterinarians at Rocklin Ranch Veterinary Hospital.
Thank you all very much for your confidence and trust, and allowing me into your lives and the lives of your pets.
Dr. Tara Gee, DVM
When you think of cats, their sharp, retractable claws (and the damage they can inflict) probably come to mind. However, beyond their ability to rip your favorite chair to shreds, your cat’s claws are versatile tools that serve your pet in a variety of ways every day.
Learning more about this part of your cat’s anatomy can lead to a greater understanding of your pet, and it may even help save your belongings, as well!Continue…
Fires, earthquakes, and other natural disasters aren’t uncommon in California, and many of us have a plan in place for ourselves and our families. However, if you’re a pet owner, caring for your furry companion takes the emergency planning up a notch.
The team at Rocklin Ranch Veterinary Hospital wants to make sure you have the knowledge and skills you need to make disaster preparation for pets a breeze!
It’s not unusual to completely forget about something until there’s a problem with it. Like the saying goes “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, we are all accustomed to prioritizing needs in order of what’s pressing or necessary in the moment. Pet paw care can sometimes fit in this category, but ignoring your pet’s feet can really land them in trouble.
Even the most dedicated and thorough pet owners are guilty of allowing their pet’s paw care to slide to the backburner. However, certain issues with the paws can cause discomfort, pain, and suffering if left alone for too long.Continue…