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  • What is Cherry Eye?
    You are getting ready to hug your dog when you notice a red bubble on his eyelid. While your pet’s appearance may surprise you, our furry friend is not suffering Read more
  • How to Prepare Your Cat for Surgery
    A cat may undergo surgery when it's being neutered, spayed, or when it has an illness that requires surgical treatment. Regardless of the reason for the surgery, it’s important to Read more
  • Dog Skin Problems
    Dog skin problems are among the most common reasons pet owners seek veterinary treatment. A dog skin condition can have various causes, emanating from external parasites, such as mites and Read more
  • Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    Unfortunately, parasites love to prey on pets. Besides fleas and ticks, your pet may also contract heartworms. These parasitic worms can pose a danger to dogs, cats, ferrets, and other Read more
  • Flea & Tick Prevention
    Keeping Your Pets Safe from Fleas & Ticks Fleas, ticks, and other parasites can spread dangerous diseases to both humans and pets. If pests are pestering your pets, visit us at Read more
  • Importance of Pet Microchipping
    Losing your dog or cat can be very traumatic and stressful, especially if there is no way to locate the animal. Pets get lost or stolen often, which is why Read more
  • Dog Vaccinations
    Your dog’s health requires constant attention. One very important aspect of preventative care for your pet is vaccines. At El Paso Animal Hospital in Derby, KS, we can provide your Read more
  • Cat Vaccinations
    Most pets need regular vaccinations to keep them from developing serious diseases that can have disastrous consequences. Some of these diseases can cause the death of the pet if they Read more
  • Caring For Your New Kitten
    Caring For Your New Kitten  At El Paso Animal Hospital, we offer veterinary services including kitten care, surgery, spay and neuter, vaccinations, pet nutritional counseling, and more. We have highly experienced Read more
  • Pet Car Accidents
    Caring for Your Pet the Right Way after a Car Accident Car accidents are traumatic events for all involved. If you and your pets have been in a car accident, it’s Read more
  • Common Causes for Seizures in Pets
    Common Causes for Seizures in Pets There are many different causes of pet seizures. If your pet has had a seizure, it is helpful to work with one of our emergency Read more
  • Importance of Vaccines
    The Importance of Vaccines for Your Pets Vaccines are very important for cats, dogs, and other pets. The right vaccines will protect your pet from contracting dangerous diseases, such as rabies. Read more
  • Spay and Neuter
    Importance of Spay & Neuter  Whether you have a kitten, puppy, or a recently adopted pet, it is important to make sure he or she is spayed or neutered. Veterinarians recommend Read more
  • Toxic Holiday Foods For Your Pets
    Toxic Holiday Foods For Your Pets It's called "the most wonderful time of the year" for a reason with lots of delicious food and holiday treats. Your pets will likely want Read more
  • The Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet
    The Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet Every year, millions of cats and dogs are euthanized or forced to live as strays in different cities. As a pet owner, you Read more
  • Importance of Keeping Your Pet's Nails Trimmed
    The Importance of Keeping Your Pet's Nails Trimmed Trimming your pet’s nails helps the animal stay healthy and clean. A well-groomed pet is a happy pet. Some dogs spend plenty of Read more

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