Helpful Info and Links

The Zoontic parasite

A startling 1 to 3 MILLION PEOPLE are infected with zoonotic parasites in the U.S. every year!
Zoonosis is any disease or parasite that can be transmitted from animals to humans. Anthrax, E coli, rabies, salmonella and mad cow disease are all examples of commonly-known zoonotic conditions. Ensuring your pets are vaccinated and healthy has a direct impact on the health of everyone in your household.

Tips for protecting your family from zoonotic infection:
• Use a broad-spectrum heartworm product that also protects year-round against zoonotic parasites.
• Promptly collect animal feces in your environment and dispose of them.
• Instruct children to wash their hands often – and properly!
• Always wear shoes when outside.
• Make unprotected sandboxes off-limits to pets and children.
• The veterinarians of Cimarron Animal Hospital keeps your pets healthy, so you can be sure your whole family is healthy and happy!

VET CLINIC EMERGENCY INFO

If a veterinary emergency occurs after hours, Cimarron recommends contacting one of these facilities:
Wichita Emergency Clinic
727 S. Washington Street
Wichita, KS
316-262-5321
Central Kansas Veterinary Center
515 W. Blanchard Ave.
South Hutchinson, KS
620-663-8387

COMMON PET AILMENTS

Flea & Tick Prevention

Cimarron offers many solutions to keep your pets free from ticks and fleas.
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Pet Allergies

Cimarron recommends hyposensitization treatment for allergies.
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Feline Leukemia

Feline Leukemia is an incurable disease, but there are Cimarron Animal Hospital offers several vaccines.
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Heartworm Prevention

One mosquito bite is all it takes to infect an unprotected dog.
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Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that can happen to most animals, especially livestock and wildlife, and is contracted from bacteria in stagnant water. It is contagious and can be transmitted from animal to animal. Please ask about the leptospirosis vaccination during your pet's next wellness check.
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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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