Stay on Top of Your Pet's Health
Cimarron Animal Hospital recognizes the importance of pet preventative health care in order to keep your pet an active part of your family for years to come. From puppies and kittens to geriatric pets, preventative care is the best way to ensure a healthy, happy long life.

The Basics of Pet Preventative Health Care

Keep your pet current with recommended routine physical examinations, booster vaccinations and tests for intestinal parasites. Make sure regular heartworm prevention is a necessity for dogs and cats. Our veterinarians recommend spaying and neutering for any animal not being used for breeding. Early spaying and neutering will significantly reduce your pet's chances of developing mammary tumors, uterine infections, testicular cancer or prostate disease. Preventive health care could help keep otherwise minor problems from becoming dangerous to your pet and costly for you.

Flea and Tick Prevention

If your cat or dog has ever had fleas and/or ticks, you know how irritating a pest infestation can be. What you may not realize is just how dangerous that infestation can be, both to your pet's health and to your whole family's health. For example, ticks are known to transmit Lyme disease, while fleas can transmit tapeworms.

As their hosts brush past grasses and leaves, fleas and ticks can fall off and cling to the tips of plants, waiting to jump onto an animal as it walks by. As a result, by the time they enter your home, these tiny pests have become powerful "disease factories." To understand what happens next, it helps to learn about the life cycle of each.

Dental Care Guidelines

Your dog and cat should have regular dental examinations and teeth cleaning, just like humans do. Dental health can have a big impact on your pet's health and longevity.



  • 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.

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram