East El Paso Animal Hospital
From Puppy and Kitten Care to Pet Senior Care for the Life of Your Pet
East El Paso Animal Hospital has been serving El Paso and surrounding communities for over 36 years. We have a passionate team of 7 highly trained doctors and over 30 staff members dedicated to providing the best quality care for your pets.
Whether you have a dog, cat, bird, horse or other exotic pet, we’re here to care for them. East El Paso Animal Hospital has long been serving area pets of all kinds during each stage of their lives. The goal of Dr. Orlando Garza and our professional veterinary team is to ensure the healthiest, happiest and longest life possible.
Our state-of-the-art veterinary clinic and experienced staff have the capacity and compassion to treat pet emergencies just as seamlessly as we handle routine care. Our office takes emergencies, urgent cases, and wellness walk-ins during our extended business hours seven days a week for your convenience.
Spay & Neuter
Spay and neuter services are important and necessary medical procedures that enhance the quality of your pet’s life.
We believe that one of the most important aspects of caring for your pet’s health is vaccinating them against potential diseases.
Dental disease can lead to health issues with the heart, liver, and kidneys, and can affect the entire body through the bloodstream.
Regular checkups allow us to establish a baseline in your pets' health and make us aware of any changes that may indicate future problems.
We know that it takes a great deal of trust to leave your pet with someone else, so we want to assure you that we are professional, highly trained, and most of all, we love pets.
We are proud to offer grooming services for your pet. Our groomers are highly trained and have experience working with a variety of breeds and species.
What people are saying about East El Paso Animal Hospital
Amazing Vet. I drive from the west side just to see Dr. Garza! They have been wonderful with my babies and very informative. We lost our last pup to cancer, Dr. Garza & Dr. Delagarza went above and beyond with referrals, recommendations and support all around!
Only place in El Paso I feel comfortable with! Love it!Anahi W.7/11/2020
Great experience! The friendly and helpful staff made sure everyone was practicing safe social distancing while being professional and caring. Will continue to take any and all fur family members to this facility. Vet and staff seem to love their jobs which helps to alleviate some of the stress of putting my cat in a carrier for the visit. Thank you!Monica P.11/17/2020
Everyone was so very nice. I had to take in my cockatiel, Daphne which wasn't doing well. As a result, she had to be put down. Dr. Reyes was wonderful she explained everything to me. The tech or assistant was very kind and compassionate. I was given a few moments with Daphne but as I told assistant please only a couple minutes due to the fact I've unfortunately had other great losses this past year and the assistant gave her condolences of course I thanked her. I truly love and appreciated the keepsake of Daphne's footprints and a few of her feathers. That was beautiful. This was my first experience not a good one but the service was excellent. In the future if I need Veterinary services I will to go there. Thank you all. Lorraine and DaphneLorraine C.3/03/2021
Always a great experience with this VET! I been taking my baby here for a few months. I’ve always been attended the same vet Dr Ellis. She’s always very helpful and understanding. Many complain in the reviews that they don’t call back, that’s not true I’ve always left messages for call backs on questions and concerns and she’s always called back whether it was right away or a few hours due to high volumes which is understandable. The prices are reasonable compared to how much I used to pay back home in NYC! I love it here I’ll always go here. Definitely recommend for your fur babies :)
And btw the ones who work at front when you first walk in (The young woman and young man) are great. Very professional... always greeted with a smile and if they don’t know something they make sure to get me some answers!Dynasty O.4/05/2021
Wonderful place. It was my first time there and even though the clinic was very busy ,the staff was amazing. They have a great system and make you feel very comfortable.
I highly recommend this clinic.salsero925/04/2021
East El Paso Animal Hospital is proud to serve El Paso, TX and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service. Please call us at (915) 593-1712 if you have any questions or to schedule a farm-call.
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