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East El Paso Veterinarian: From Puppy and Kitten Care to Pet Senior Care for the Life of Your Pet
From puppy and kitten care to pet senior care, East El Paso Animal Hospital has long been serving area pets during each stage of their lives. The goal of Dr. Orlando Garza and our professional veterinary team is to ensure the healthiest, happiest and longest life possible for not only dogs and cats but horses in the El Paso community.
Our state-of-the-art veterinary clinic and experienced staff have the capacity and compassion to treat pet emergencies just as seamlessly as we handle routine care. Our office takes emergencies, urgent cases, and appointments during regular business hours six days a week: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Wellness Exams Help Maintain Optimum Pet Health, Especially Vital for Puppy and Kitten Care
Our routine care is aimed at maintaining your pet's optimum health to help prevent health issues in the first place. We achieve this goal with regular wellness exams, which are especially important for puppy and kitten care. Early spaying, neutering, vaccinations and dental care help start a pet down the healthiest road possible while continued pet wellness exams help keep the pet on track.
Wellness exams also allow our veterinarian to provide continuous care and recommendations for pets with specific conditions and assist them through the aging process. Pet wellness care includes ensuring pets receive proper nutrition, maintain a healthy weight, and enjoy a beneficial environment in which they can thrive.
If health issues do arise, our advanced diagnostics can help reveal them at their earliest stages while our medical and surgical procedures can help correct them. Our ultra-modern facility features digital basic and dental x-rays as well as an in-house pharmacy and in-house blood analysis for the convenience of our clients. In addition to a number of traditional surgical procedures, we also offer pet laser surgery using one of the more advanced techniques available in veterinary science. Pet laser surgery involves the use of a laser rather than a scalpel, which results in reduced damage to the affected area and decreased inflammation and pain following the procedure.
Pet boarding and pet grooming are also part of our full scope of veterinary services with ample facilities for each pet in our veterinary clinic. Our pet boarding facilities feature comfortable and secure housing that is monitored by our staff. Our pet grooming services include bathing, brushing, nail clipping, and other grooming procedures to keep the skin and coat clean and healthy.
East El Paso Animal Hospital opened in 1986, which means we have already met and successfully cared for many pets in the El Paso community and the surrounding areas of Van Horn, Fort Hancock, Del City, Sierra Blanca, Clint and Fabens. We are also proud to serve our hard working military community from Ft. Bliss. We are always happy to welcome new pets into the fold of our veterinarian's extended family to provide the services and compassion every pet not only needs but full deserves.
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