Cimarron Animal Hospital: 
A Wichita Veterinarian Blog

Holiday Safety Tips for Pets (Plus, Bonus Treat Recipe!)

The holidays can be tons of fun for families with delicious treats and decorations—however not everything is safe at this time of year for your pets. Keep your cats and dogs safe with our safety tips from Wichita Veterinarians Dr. Kara James and Dr. Gary Skinner. Decoration Safety Animals are curious, so it’s important to […]

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What's the Difference Between a Pet Care Clinic and an Animal Hospital?

When choosing a medical facility to care for your pets, the choices can be overwhelming and the difference between vet clinics and animal hospitals in Wichita can be confusing. Cimarron Animal Hospital has the answers you need to find the veterinarian in Wichita that best meets your pet’s needs. What is a Vet Clinic? Vet […]

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National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day

Did you know that dogs are taken to the vet double the amount of times that cats are? Often cats only are taken to the vet when they are showing visible signs of illness, not yearly for a checkup, as is recommended. Almost 85% of cats have visited their veterinarian before their first birthday, but […]

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Pet Allergies

Dog Allergies Make Pups Miserable Did you know that, like humans, dogs can develop allergies? As it turns out, pet allergies are not at all uncommon. Though fairly widespread, determining the cause of irritation to your pet can be difficult. As a good pet owner, you want your pet to live a comfortable life. Therefore, […]

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Preventative Measures Against Summertime Pests

As the weather heats up, your pet may be at risk of being infected by a disease carried by fleas, ticks or mosquitos. When it comes to defense against disease carrying insects, prevention is always the best method. While you’re trying to control the fleas and ticks that have made homes on your pets and […]

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Spring Dangers for Your Pet

Spring is nearly here which means warmer weather to play, take walks and enjoy! Spring does have some dangers, however for your pets so be sure to do what you can to keep them safe. 1. Easter baskets—While kids love Easter baskets, the contents—especially chocolates—are toxic to dogs. Be sure you keep these treats up […]

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Five Ways to Show Your Pet They are Loved!

Valentine's Day is coming soon and while you won't be sending flowers to your pets, you can show your pet you love them in a variety of ways! Feed your pet health food. The way to a pet's heart can be through their stomach but stay away from human food which is often too fatty […]

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How to Keep Your Pet Healthy This Winter

Dogs and cats, like humans, need access to warmth in the cold. Our pets depend on us to provide them with warm beds and shelter. With temperatures in Wichita quickly dropping, it is also important to get your animal in for their annual wellness visit. Once your pet gets the all clear, you will want […]

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Friendly Pet Boarding Services – Wichita Vet Clinic

Your family is planning a fun summer vacation! Reservations have been made, tickets are booked, bags are packed, and you're looking forward to some fun away from home. Life is good! There's only one problem. Who's going to take care of your furry pal when you're gone? Being away from your pet for an extended […]

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COVID-19 RESPONSE AND PROCEDURES

FAQs

  • We are scheduling appointments for sick or injured animals only at this time.
  • Unfortunately, we are unable to accept new patients at this time.
  • You can refill prescriptions in our online store.
  • We can the take all payments via the phone using a debit or credit card to minimize everyone’s exposure during this critical time.

Our updated hours are:
Mon., Wed., Fri. 8AM-5:30PM
Thursday 8AM-Noon
Saturday - CLOSED starting March 28

Please call our office or email us at [email protected] with questions about your pets.

If you need to bring your pet in for emergency care:

  • Please call when you get to our clinic so we can help determine the best way to help you and your pets.  We ask that you remain in your car and we will come to you.
  • We are escorting pets from your car into our hospital for exams, treatments and drop off appointments to minimize everyone’s human exposure.
  • We ask that all dogs be on a leash and all cats and exotic pets be in a proper pet carrier or pet taxi.
  • In instances where owners must be present, we ask that only one family member be present and that you wait in your car until we call to let you know your exam room is ready for you.

Thank you for your understanding and just know we are trying our best to help everyone get through the COVID-19 pandemic. We are following the AVMA and KVMA guidelines during this difficult time.

We are here for you and your families, and thank you for your patience and understanding.

 

 

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