Allergy Testing in Pets

Skin problems are frequently the reason why southeast Texas pets visit the Neighborhood Veterinary Centers of Nederland team, and skin problems often are caused by allergies. Up to 30% of dogs develop an allergy in their lifetime, and cats are also susceptible. Itchiness, redness, ear infections, skin infections, and hair loss can plague pets with [...]

Tick-y Situation? FAQs About Tick-Borne Diseases in Pets

It’s easy to get ticked off about ticks—these tiny, but tenacious, arachnids carry a host of serious bacterial and protozoal infections and diseases that can make your pet seriously ill. Fortunately, year-round flea and tick prevention from Neighborhood Veterinary Centers of Nederland can put a stop to these creepy-crawling criminals and give you powerful peace [...]

10 Ways to Help Your Pet Recover After Surgery

The thought of your pet undergoing surgery is worrisome enough, not to mention the postoperative recovery period. You are likely unsure of what to expect after your pet’s surgery, or how best to care for your furry pal to help ensure a smooth, speedy recovery. When you pick up your pet after surgery, you may [...]

Dental Surgery at Neighborhood Veterinary Centers

As a pet owner, you do all you can to help prevent your furry pal from having to endure dental surgery. However, sometimes your pet’s oral surgery procedure is unavoidable. When your pet needs dental surgery or corrective treatment, our Neighborhood Veterinary Centers of Nederland team is prepared to provide your pet with the care [...]

Common Canine Sporting Injuries

Canine sports, such as agility, flyball, disc dog, dock diving, and Fast CAT® (i.e., fast coursing ability test), are enjoying increasing popularity in southeast Texas. Although these activities are incredibly fun and rewarding ways to bond with your furry friend, their physical requirements also pose unique injury risks to four-legged competitors. Whether your dog is [...]

Advanced Surgery for Pets

When your pet needs surgery, knowing that your beloved friend is in the most skilled, capable hands is one thing that will set your worried heart and mind at ease. At Neighborhood Veterinary Centers of Nederland, we provide advanced surgical services to deliver the highest level of veterinary operative care—and the ultimate peace of mind. [...]

5 Ways Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation Can Help Your Pet

Veterinary physical rehabilitation is a relatively new veterinary medicine offering, but this treatment modality has quickly proven to improve pets’ health and wellbeing. Our Neighborhood Veterinary Centers of Nederland team is proud to offer veterinary-supervised rehabilitation services for dogs and cats. If you’ve ever wondered if rehabilitation could help your pet, question no more, because [...]

IVDD FAQs—Intervertebral Disc Disease in Pets

Many pet owners are often surprised to learn their four-legged friend has developed intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)—a degenerative spinal condition that can suddenly or gradually develop. Depending on the condition’s severity, affected pets may experience pain, weakness, loss of coordination, or paralysis. Your pet’s IVDD diagnosis can be frightening, sparking you to consider your furry [...]

Is Your Dog Limping? FAQs About Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

Dogs are commonly affected by cranial cruciate ligament rupture (CCLR), which can result in significant pain and decreased mobility. Our Neighborhood Veterinary Centers of Nederland team wants to help by answering frequently asked questions about CCLR, in case your dog is affected. Question: What is the dog’s cranial cruciate ligament? Answer: The cranial cruciate ligament [...]

What Is Considered a Veterinary Emergency?

When our pets are ill, they cannot tell us how bad they feel, making us question whether they are experiencing a veterinary emergency or a condition that can wait for a regular veterinary appointment. Sometimes an emergency is obvious, but at other times, your pet’s adverse health condition may seem vague. Learn to recognize hallmark [...]

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