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Welcome to Desert East Animal Hospital, PLLC, your family owned El Paso veterinary hospital! We are a full service small animal veterinary hospital and clinic dedicated to our pets and their owners. We pride ourselves on treating your beloved pets like we would our own and providing unparalleled service and medical expertise for your pets…call our El Paso veterinary clinic or come by with your pet to see one of our El Paso vets.
Here at Desert East Animal Hospital, PLLC, we care for all sizes of dogs and cats plus ferrets, guinea pigs and some reptiles (please call ahead to see if your exotic pet doctor will be in!). We offer boarding services for your dog or cat. We require proof of all vaccinations including Bordetella or Kennel Cough at least 2 weeks prior to boarding here at our veterinary clinic . We also require a topical flea and tick preventative we will apply upon admitting your pet to our pet boarding facility.
Finally, when you come in with your new cuddly puppy or sweet kitten for his/her 1st wellness check and vaccines, please bring us a fresh sample of stool for testing at our lab!
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