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 5 highly trained doctors and over 30 staff members dedicated to providing the best quality care for your pets.
No matter your pet’s age or breed, 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 cases of all types. Our office takes 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
This is still hard for me to even talk about.
My dog had to be put to sleep unexpectedly and they were beyond helpful, comforting and caring with her care. I could write a book, on how great they all were that day. I will always be thankful for the care they gave in taking care of her last moments.Mark “.4/22/2021
The entire staff is professional attentive and courteous. I've been taking my furbabies here for years and my dogs love Dr Boyer she is amazing with my pup and patient we always request Dr Boyer when possible. I do see some people commenting about no answers and long wait times. Please be patient they have grown so much in the past five years they may be in need of additional staff. I would highly recommend them for all your pet needs. Thank you for taking care of my babies 🐶🐶samia G.9/21/2020
Have been taking Bella here for years, great vets & staff. Thanks Dr Garza for taking great care of Bella & understanding my sometimes neurotic fears about her meds, care, & overall health. 🐶Margarita S.4/10/2022
Kim and Randy from the front desk have been super helpful. Helped us with our questions and helped get us checked out in a timely manner. When dropping off our fur babies at 7:30 AM Randy was cheerful and greeting everyone as they entered. It was a nice touch to start the day!Myreya E.4/04/2022
Outstanding service, I don't live close but have no problem driving farther for there great business! Price is reasonable. Been going here for the past 5 years and they never disappoint.Jeremy H.6/27/2022
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.
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