Cimarron Animal Hospital: 
A Wichita Veterinarian Blog

Check My Dog for Ticks

Summer is the time of year in which ticks thrive and they may be thriving on you and your pets. Ticks can make your dog sick and it may not be something you notice for a week to 21 days after a tick bite. Watch them for signs like a loss of appetite or other […]

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Can I get coronavirus from my dog or cat?

Who Can Get Coronavirus? The COVID-19 pandemic is top of mind for most people and the recent case of a tiger at the Bronx Zoo testing positive for the disease has people asking, “Can I get coronavirus from my dog or cat?” It’s understandable to be concerned. However, the answer, according to the World Health […]

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Sheltering-in-Place with Your Pets

Keeping Your Pets Safe and Sane While Sheltering-in-Place As more of us are practicing social distancing and are working remotely, or not working, we are home with our pets. During a quarantine, when citizens are asked to stay home, practice social distancing or shelter-in-place, the one silver lining is being home with your pet. The […]

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Who is the “Best Vet in Wichita, KS”?

Every pet owner in our area googles the same question, “Who is the best vet in Wichita, KS?” It’s a good search, and it’s filled with lots of qualified, caring vets. But what should you look for in a veterinarian or vet clinic? How do you know which vet will be a good fit for […]

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Wichita Veterinarians Talk Autumn Dangers for Pets

When the weather changes and everything becomes pumpkin-spiced, there are some different dangers for your pets than during other times of the year. The Wichita veterinarians at Cimarron Animal Hospital have some tips for keeping your pets safe during the fall season. Backyard Safety Tips for the Fall New seasons mean new growth in gardens […]

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5 Tips to Help Storm Anxiety in Your Pet

Storm Anxiety The torrent of recent rain in Wichita and the surrounding areas are wreaking havoc on river beds and basement sump pumps, but they have also been responsible for storm anxiety in many pets. There are a variety of reasons pets might have storm anxiety including: pets can sense a change in the barometric […]

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Keep your pets safe in unpredictable spring weather

Our Wichita, KS Veterinarians have some advice on unpredictable weather Thunder storm, tornado, wind and hail season is approaching in Wichita, Kansas. It’s important to have a safety plan of action for you and your pets in place before the emergency takes place. Unpredictable weather in Kansas can cause some serious damage. Make sure you […]

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The Heartbreak of Heartworms—How heartworm prevention saves lives

February is American Heart Month and while that focuses on human heart health, your dog’s heart health is important to think about as well. Heartworm is not often understood by pet owners. The best way to protect your pet from heartworm is to give them preventative medication. What causes heartworm? Heartworm is caused when mosquitos […]

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Wichita Vet—Why Dog Training Makes a Happier Dog

Ask any Wichita veterinarian and they will tell you, training your dog is important. While training your dog to properly run a Westminster Kennel Club show course would be cool, it’s not necessary. Basic training for your dog keeps them safe, and you sane. Training Keeps Dogs Safe According to the American Dog Trainers Network, […]

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  • We are scheduling appointments for curbside or drop-off patients only.
  • Unfortunately, we are unable to accept new patients at this time.
  • You can refill prescriptions in our online store.
  • We can 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 family, and thank you for your patience and understanding.

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