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  • National immunization Awareness Month in August
    National Immunization Awareness Month - Update Your Pet Immunization Welcome to August - the final month of summer vacation. Did you know that August is also National Immunization Awareness Month? This Read more
  • 4th of July With Pets: Your Survival Guide
    4th of July With Pets: Your Survival Guide For humans, 4th of July is a lot of fun. This holiday is about parties, celebrating with friends and family, and fireworks. For Read more
  • Signs Your Pet Has Allergies
    Does My Pet Have Allergies? Is your pet scratching or acting irritated and uncomfortable? Pet allergies may be the cause. Some pet owners don't realize that animals can have allergies just Read more
  • Importance of Microchipping your Pet
    Importance of Microchipping your Pet Losing a pet is a traumatic event that owners never want to happen. While we do our best to protect our pets with collars and tags, Read more
  • Common Household Items That Are Poisonous to Your Dog
    Common household items that are poisonous to your dog Cats and dogs are by nature very curious. Unfortunately, the quickest way they investigate something new is with their noses and tongues. Read more
  • Pet Arthritis FAQs
    Pet Arthritis FAQs Arthritis is a common ailment in animals. While there is no cure for pet arthritis, our veterinarians at El Paso Animal Hospital in Wichita can provide the necessary Read more
  • Spay and Neuter
    3 Reasons to Spay & Neuter your Pets Spaying or neutering your pet does far more than simply prevent unwanted puppies and kittens, it provides your pet with some lasting health Read more
  • Urinary Obstruction
    El Paso Animal Hospital Offers Treatment of Urinary Obstruction Urinary obstruction can occur when the urethra becomes blocked or compressed, stopping the normal flow of urine from an animal’s body. Male Read more
  • How to Tell if Your Pet Has An Eye Infection
    How to Tell if Your Pet has an Eye Infection Eye infections can develop into a more serious problem if left untreated by a trained veterinarian from El Paso Animal Hospital Read more
  • Puppy And Kitten Care: What To Expect At The First Exam
    Puppy And Kitten Care: What To Expect At The First Exam Are you the proud owner of a new puppy or kitten? Congratulations! If you're a first-time pet owner, you may Read more
  • Dog Skin Problems
    Dog Skin Problems Skin problems can make life miserable for your pooch. Skin irritations can cause your dog to scratch nonstop, which can lead to skin infections, open sores and dermatitis. Read more
  • Gastrointestinal Issues in Cats
    Your Primer to Understanding Gastrointestinal Issues in Cats Although cats have a bad reputation when it comes to hairballs, gastrointestinal issues are actually far from the norm for felines. When your Read more
  • Importance of Pet Microchipping
    Pet Microchipping Pet microchipping is a procedure that more and more pet owners are having conducted to protect their animals. If you are interested in having this process done for your Read more
  • 5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist
    The health of your pet's skin and fur is essential to his comfort and overall health. During an annual checkup, the vet will examine your pet's skin and fur. Between Read more
  • Pet Dental Care
    If you are like most people, you understand the importance of your oral health. As a dog owner, you should know that pet dental care is just as important as Read more
  • National Animal Safety and Protection Month in October
    National Animal Safety and Protection Month in October October is National Animal Safety and Protection Month. In order to celebrate and take part in this special event, there are a variety Read more

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