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
- Breanna M.
They’ve always been very professional and kind towards us and our cats & dog. Prices are very reasonable which is unexpected from a vet clinic, and they are open weekends which is huge. Wait time can be upwards of 2hrs especially in the morning but nothing they can do about that, just something to be aware of. If you go when they aren’t busy they’ll see you right away. They keep records of every service your pet receives from them too which is nice. Very glad we found this place6/28/2020
- Vanessa S.
I took my dog in for stomach pain, Dr. Walter and her team did an amazing job caring and bringing my dog back to health. She provided the treatment needed and followed up consistently to ensure my dog was doing good. God bless her and I truly recommend this place for your fur babies.1/24/2020
- Anna S.
Excellent experience here with my kitty. Dr. Ellis is fantastic and very good with both pets and their people! After moving here from Seattle it's a relief to find a wonderful new vet office.8/09/2020
- Jessica M.
Very sweet and caring staff. My dog wasn’t there too long and we were seen quickly. I appreciate all their hard work and staying open to take care of dogs with emergencies. They didn’t try to keep adding on things that we didn’t need. The vet explained everything to me very clearly and said I could call if I had any further questions. They are now our trusted vet.4/04/2020
- Deborah H.
Love the staff and doctors. They don't nickel-and-dime you like they're very thorough. They have a genuine concern in regards to your fur babies. I've dealt with many different veterinarians with my dog rescue and I have to say that East El Paso Animal Hospital is the best that is extremely comparable to Far East animal hospital for my use after hours for emergency purposes. By far these are the best vets in El Paso11/24/2019
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.
Dr. Garza has nominated Bing as a Pet Hero for undergoing physical trauma at the young age of 6 months and bouncing right back! Bing began acting differently one day. His family said he sat in a corner and didn’t eat or play, far from his usual playful self. His
Sinatra has been nominated as a Pet Hero by Dr. Waltzer! Sinatra is a Labrador who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (a type of bone cancer) in her front, right leg in November of 2019. Due to the high probability of Sinatra fracturing her leg at her tumor site, her parents
Duncan was nominated as Pet Hero by Dr. De La Garza. She said he was “a little trooper and undergoing acupuncture for his intervertebral disc disease which rendered him paraplegic for a few months, but is doing great now! What is intervertebral disc disease? Canine intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)
Pet Obesity – We have a BIG Problem!
We Have A Big Problem It is one of the most prevalent diseases in our pet population. In America, an estimated 56 million cats and 50 million dogs are affected. This disease not only has a direct, negative impact on quality of life but can also contribute to higher blood