El Dorado Animal Clinic

El Dorado Animal Clinic

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Anyone missing their doggy?
Thank you so much to all the staff for taking such good care of our babies last week! Their incisions from surgery are healing beautifully and recovery is going great. Shadow, Zelda and Mogi haven't cuddled like this since they were tiny babies. Linus is still just itching to play tug with someone and resorts to cuddling with his pillow and pouting since we won't let him rough house yet. As you can see, this is why we call Kenzie our cat whisperer...they are definitely HER cats. She may just be feeling a little smothered lol. We can't thank you enough for taking such good care of them!! 💛💜🖤💙
Goat was unable to have his appointment in March to get his booster shots they weren't due until April, how long can he go without them?
I been coming here for 20 years with my grandma Kelly. They were so good to her. So of course I think they'll treat everyone good and at first I thought y'all did..But y'all did me dirty. I brought my dog in who was throwing up uncontrollably then after I arrive he's acting fine. No one at the clinic even looked at or touched my dog and they told me there would be no charge just to keep an eye on him. So today almost a year later I get a letter from a collections agency with a bill for $135.00. in that time never received one notice about me owing anything then want to hit me with collections out of nowhere is dirty..y'all ain't right for this!
Missing 8 month old Male mini bull terrier. "Nitro", lost Monday morning approximately 8:00am Metcalf and Third area El Dorado KS. He is red and white, 16 inches at the shoulder, about 30 pounds. My sweet buddy, I need him home; his sister does too. Text 459-559-9008
Lost dog, white chihuahua, small, answers to Oliver. Lost 906 Delmar Dr, El Dorado, Ks. 817-269-6567
Duped!
Thank you for taking such good care of Cowboy today!!
Thanks Dr. Davy Harkins, Kathy Howe Daily and Brad Sutter for taking care of Toby today. He took his medicine, a nap, and then ate a little bit (finally). So far he's keeping it down, probably because he's sleeping again. Have a feeling when he wakes up, he will be ready to roll.
From atop your horse, you have the perfect vantage point to help... Lucas is still missing. We ask that you please be vigilant while you are riding in the Wichita and surrounding areas.

Prayers for the family, the search teams and law enforcement are also appreciated. Thank you.

Founded in 1910, the El Dorado Animal Clinic has provided a high standard of care for over 100 years. The El Dorado Animal Clinic is owned by Dr. Davy Harkins, and has been in operation since 1910.

Dr. Davy graduated from KSU Veterinary College in 1971. We are a full service veterinary hospital for all animals, including exotics. Dr. Harkins is one of the few veterinarians in Kansas that performs advanced dentistry - including root canals and braces - on pets.

Operating as usual

Photos from El Dorado Animal Clinic's post 09/07/2021

When your mom works at a vet clinic and she forces you to come in because you hurt your eye....

09/02/2021

Our final EAC Spotlight is Olivia the clinic cat!

Olivia, 15 years young, became the clinic cat about 4 years ago and can be seen hogging the office chairs, lobby chairs, or Andrea’s chair about 99.9% of the time napping.

When she’s not sleeping, Olivia likes to torment the dogs that come in for their visits, stand in the way of whoever is sweeping the floor, or zooming back and forth through the hallways with the zoomies.

We’ve tried many times to love on and hold her in hopes that she’s a sweet snuggly kitty, but she usually lets us know she’s not having it. We aren’t entirely sure if she sees straight either? Anyway, we love her despite her grumpiness and her flaws.

If you see Olivia while visiting the clinic, feel free to say hi or pet with caution. She might like you, she might not. You never know with this spicy red head!

This concludes our new highlights for EAC and we look forward to getting to know our clients better and meeting new clients in the future!

Our final EAC Spotlight is Olivia the clinic cat!

Olivia, 15 years young, became the clinic cat about 4 years ago and can be seen hogging the office chairs, lobby chairs, or Andrea’s chair about 99.9% of the time napping.

When she’s not sleeping, Olivia likes to torment the dogs that come in for their visits, stand in the way of whoever is sweeping the floor, or zooming back and forth through the hallways with the zoomies.

We’ve tried many times to love on and hold her in hopes that she’s a sweet snuggly kitty, but she usually lets us know she’s not having it. We aren’t entirely sure if she sees straight either? Anyway, we love her despite her grumpiness and her flaws.

If you see Olivia while visiting the clinic, feel free to say hi or pet with caution. She might like you, she might not. You never know with this spicy red head!

This concludes our new highlights for EAC and we look forward to getting to know our clients better and meeting new clients in the future!

09/01/2021

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching! We will be closed this Saturday-Monday. Here are a few simple ways to keep your pets safe:

1. Watch the grill. The smell of food cooking can be hard for your dog to resist. Make sure your pet doesn’t get too close to the grill.

2. Avoid hot cars. If you are traveling in a car, for a picnic, BBQ, going to the park or visiting family, never, never, never leave a pet in a hot car, even with the windows partially open.

3. Cover the trash. Keep trash covered and away from pets to avoid leftovers and bones, corn cobs, etc. for pets.

4. No table scraps. Resist the temptation to give pets table scraps. Fatty foods can upset tummies, leading to vomiting or diarrhea. Keep dog and cat treats nearby. Never give pets cooked bones; they are a choking hazard, can splinter and result in intestinal problems.

5. Avoid overheating. Provide plenty of water and shade for your pets. If you have concrete or other hard surfaces in your backyard, test them with the palm of your hand. If it’s too hot for your hand, it’s too hot for your dog’s paws.

6. Take care with alcohol, other toxic substances. This applies to more than just beer and other alcoholic beverages. Other toxic substances like insect repellant, charcoal and lighter fluid may also attract curious pets, so keep them away.

7. Tag and chip your pet. Pets can easily slip out of the door or yard if you have a lot of people over. Make sure information on ID tags is current and that any contact information associated with your pet’s microchip is up to date.

8. Fresh water, no alcohol for pets. Alcohol can be deadly to pets. Make sure empty cans and bottles are in the covered trash. Provide clean fresh water for pets.

9. Sunscreen for pets. Yes, pets can get a sunburn too; use pet-friendly sunscreen or keep them out of the sun.

We hope you all have a fun and safe weekend!

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching! We will be closed this Saturday-Monday. Here are a few simple ways to keep your pets safe:

1. Watch the grill. The smell of food cooking can be hard for your dog to resist. Make sure your pet doesn’t get too close to the grill.

2. Avoid hot cars. If you are traveling in a car, for a picnic, BBQ, going to the park or visiting family, never, never, never leave a pet in a hot car, even with the windows partially open.

3. Cover the trash. Keep trash covered and away from pets to avoid leftovers and bones, corn cobs, etc. for pets.

4. No table scraps. Resist the temptation to give pets table scraps. Fatty foods can upset tummies, leading to vomiting or diarrhea. Keep dog and cat treats nearby. Never give pets cooked bones; they are a choking hazard, can splinter and result in intestinal problems.

5. Avoid overheating. Provide plenty of water and shade for your pets. If you have concrete or other hard surfaces in your backyard, test them with the palm of your hand. If it’s too hot for your hand, it’s too hot for your dog’s paws.

6. Take care with alcohol, other toxic substances. This applies to more than just beer and other alcoholic beverages. Other toxic substances like insect repellant, charcoal and lighter fluid may also attract curious pets, so keep them away.

7. Tag and chip your pet. Pets can easily slip out of the door or yard if you have a lot of people over. Make sure information on ID tags is current and that any contact information associated with your pet’s microchip is up to date.

8. Fresh water, no alcohol for pets. Alcohol can be deadly to pets. Make sure empty cans and bottles are in the covered trash. Provide clean fresh water for pets.

9. Sunscreen for pets. Yes, pets can get a sunburn too; use pet-friendly sunscreen or keep them out of the sun.

We hope you all have a fun and safe weekend!

Photos from El Dorado Animal Clinic's post 08/28/2021

These two tipped the scale this morning for a weigh in! Not the average “dog” we see in the lobby on regular basis!

08/27/2021

This weeks EAC Spotlight is Taylor Ternes!

Taylor was born in Ark City, KS and graduated from Ark City High School in 2016. From there, she attended Cowley County Community College to obtain her Liberal Arts degree in 2017. At some point in this time while taking her personal horse to see a vet, she was inspired by the technicians there to pursue her own certification. She received her certificate for veterinary technician from WSU Tech in December 2018.

Taylor was previously working at a small animal practice in Wichita since receiving her certificate for the last two and a half years until she joined our team in June 2021. She does have one older brother who is serving in the Armed Forces.

When Taylor is not in the office, she enjoys spending most of her time outdoors. She loves all activities including going to the lake, hiking, camping, and riding her horse. Sometimes she can be found inside refinishing and giving new life to furniture.

She also offers pet sitting!

She is pictured with her cat, Chandler!

This weeks EAC Spotlight is Taylor Ternes!

Taylor was born in Ark City, KS and graduated from Ark City High School in 2016. From there, she attended Cowley County Community College to obtain her Liberal Arts degree in 2017. At some point in this time while taking her personal horse to see a vet, she was inspired by the technicians there to pursue her own certification. She received her certificate for veterinary technician from WSU Tech in December 2018.

Taylor was previously working at a small animal practice in Wichita since receiving her certificate for the last two and a half years until she joined our team in June 2021. She does have one older brother who is serving in the Armed Forces.

When Taylor is not in the office, she enjoys spending most of her time outdoors. She loves all activities including going to the lake, hiking, camping, and riding her horse. Sometimes she can be found inside refinishing and giving new life to furniture.

She also offers pet sitting!

She is pictured with her cat, Chandler!

[08/26/21]   Happy National Dog Day! Let’s see all of our favorite pooches!

Photos from El Dorado Animal Clinic's post 08/24/2021

This morning, Dr. Mikaela Sundgren and Dr. Davy Harkins teamed up to place a bone pin in a rowdy pup that unfortunately fractured his femur. He is now on his way to a full recovery! Good work doctors!

08/20/2021

This weeks EAC highlight is Tana Wight!

Tana was born in Klamath Falls, OR and moved to Kansas in 1994. Here, she attended and graduated from Burlingame High School in 2001. She went on to college at Kansas State University where she graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture and also received her Equine Science Certification in 2006.

Tana has been working in the veterinary profession since 2001, gathering experience from several different doctors along the way, but her true love is working with horses. Since graduating from college, she moved to the Rosalia area, where she has raised four children.

When she’s not at work, her hobbies include barrel racing (or really anything that has to do with horses!), anything outdoors, and chasing her four kids around. Because she enjoys working with horses so much, she has also obtained her certification as an Equine Massage Therapist!

Tana is pictured riding one of her horses, Rogue.

This weeks EAC highlight is Tana Wight!

Tana was born in Klamath Falls, OR and moved to Kansas in 1994. Here, she attended and graduated from Burlingame High School in 2001. She went on to college at Kansas State University where she graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture and also received her Equine Science Certification in 2006.

Tana has been working in the veterinary profession since 2001, gathering experience from several different doctors along the way, but her true love is working with horses. Since graduating from college, she moved to the Rosalia area, where she has raised four children.

When she’s not at work, her hobbies include barrel racing (or really anything that has to do with horses!), anything outdoors, and chasing her four kids around. Because she enjoys working with horses so much, she has also obtained her certification as an Equine Massage Therapist!

Tana is pictured riding one of her horses, Rogue.

[08/17/21]   We have been having some issues with our phones today...we’re sorry for the inconvenience and are doing what we can to get them back up and working!

08/16/2021

Coco had her first puppy visit today! What a cutie she is! 💜

Coco had her first puppy visit today! What a cutie she is! 💜

08/13/2021

Fleas and ticks are bad this year...Make sure your pup is protected! We offer Bravecto chews that last for 3 months! Give us a call at 316-321-1050 and ask us how you can get this amazing product for your dogs. We also offer Bravecto topicals for cats!

Fleas and ticks are bad this year...Make sure your pup is protected! We offer Bravecto chews that last for 3 months! Give us a call at 316-321-1050 and ask us how you can get this amazing product for your dogs. We also offer Bravecto topicals for cats!

08/09/2021

This weeks EAC Spotlight is Keara Gill!

Keara was born in St. Louis, MO and grew up in El Dorado. She attended and graduated from Circle High School in Towanda, and has since been married with two children at home.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, riding and training her horses, and breeding Silkie chickens. Attempting to keep her “funny farm” in line is the daily routine.

Keara joined us here at EAC in March of this year. Working with animals, both small and large, has been a lifelong passion of hers and she plans to expand her knowledge in vet med and eventually obtain her RVT license.

She is pictured with her paint horse Hidalgo.

This weeks EAC Spotlight is Keara Gill!

Keara was born in St. Louis, MO and grew up in El Dorado. She attended and graduated from Circle High School in Towanda, and has since been married with two children at home.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, riding and training her horses, and breeding Silkie chickens. Attempting to keep her “funny farm” in line is the daily routine.

Keara joined us here at EAC in March of this year. Working with animals, both small and large, has been a lifelong passion of hers and she plans to expand her knowledge in vet med and eventually obtain her RVT license.

She is pictured with her paint horse Hidalgo.

Timeline Photos 08/05/2021

Timeline Photos

El Dorado Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the Monthly Business Highlight of August is El Dorado Animal Clinic. The clinic recently changed ownerships. Visit website: https://www.eacwecare.com/

08/02/2021

This week’s EAC Spotlight is Harlie Hickey!

Harlie was born in Wichita, KS and grew up on her grandparents ranch in western Kansas. She attended Valley Center schools and graduated in 2019 at Andover eCademy. Harlie began her favorite sport, Motocross racing, at the age of 3 and has traveled all over the US to race.

Harlie has been in veterinary medicine as an assistant for 3 years and for over a year of that time she has been here with us at EAC.

She is currently working on her undergraduate with Kansas State University in hopes of attending Vet School and continue pursuing her passion for helping animals in need.

This week’s EAC Spotlight is Harlie Hickey!

Harlie was born in Wichita, KS and grew up on her grandparents ranch in western Kansas. She attended Valley Center schools and graduated in 2019 at Andover eCademy. Harlie began her favorite sport, Motocross racing, at the age of 3 and has traveled all over the US to race.

Harlie has been in veterinary medicine as an assistant for 3 years and for over a year of that time she has been here with us at EAC.

She is currently working on her undergraduate with Kansas State University in hopes of attending Vet School and continue pursuing her passion for helping animals in need.

07/29/2021
07/27/2021

This weeks EAC Spotlight is Andrea Kearns!

Those of you have that have been coming to EAC for a long time know this face, but what most don’t know is that she has promoted to be our office manager and do a lot of the behind the scenes work that most people don’t see!

Andrea grew up in the clinic and she is the youngest child of Dr. Davy and Mary Gail Harkins and can remember her first duty was to push the button on the copy machine! Graduating from KSU with a Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology in December 2015, she rejoined our staff in June 2016 when she married her husband, Calen, and moved back to El Dorado.

When she is not at the office, Andrea enjoys playing with her German Shepherd, Lara, or cuddling with her Siamese cat, Isis, and watching movies, particularly Disney!

This weeks EAC Spotlight is Andrea Kearns!

Those of you have that have been coming to EAC for a long time know this face, but what most don’t know is that she has promoted to be our office manager and do a lot of the behind the scenes work that most people don’t see!

Andrea grew up in the clinic and she is the youngest child of Dr. Davy and Mary Gail Harkins and can remember her first duty was to push the button on the copy machine! Graduating from KSU with a Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology in December 2015, she rejoined our staff in June 2016 when she married her husband, Calen, and moved back to El Dorado.

When she is not at the office, Andrea enjoys playing with her German Shepherd, Lara, or cuddling with her Siamese cat, Isis, and watching movies, particularly Disney!

07/22/2021

We’re a day late, but Happy Birthday to Dr. Davy Harkins!

We’re a day late, but Happy Birthday to Dr. Davy Harkins!

07/20/2021

Look at these cuties! Isabella and Gus stopped in to say hi, get some flea and tick preventative, and of course some snuggles from the staff! If you have a new puppy in the home, give us a call today to schedule a first puppy visit and get some free samples of our Bravecto and Interceptor to get your pup on the right track!

Look at these cuties! Isabella and Gus stopped in to say hi, get some flea and tick preventative, and of course some snuggles from the staff! If you have a new puppy in the home, give us a call today to schedule a first puppy visit and get some free samples of our Bravecto and Interceptor to get your pup on the right track!

07/19/2021

We have some new faces here at EAC! So we decided to do a weekly EAC spotlight to introduce the team members that will be providing the best quality care to your furry family members!

This week’s spotlight is Dr. Mikaela Sundgren. Dr. Mikaela graduated from Kansas State University in 2014 and began her vet career in western Kansas. She then decided to move back to her hometown, El Dorado, where she grew up and graduated from Flint Hills High School in Rosalia. She then purchased El Dorado Animal Clinic in March of this year and became the new practice owner. Dr. Mikaela strives to provide the best quality care for your pets and enjoys working with both small and large animals. In her free time she loves riding and showing her horses.

Fun fact! Dr. Mikaela’s great great grandfather, Dr. Gish, founded El Dorado Animal Clinic in 1910.

We have some new faces here at EAC! So we decided to do a weekly EAC spotlight to introduce the team members that will be providing the best quality care to your furry family members!

This week’s spotlight is Dr. Mikaela Sundgren. Dr. Mikaela graduated from Kansas State University in 2014 and began her vet career in western Kansas. She then decided to move back to her hometown, El Dorado, where she grew up and graduated from Flint Hills High School in Rosalia. She then purchased El Dorado Animal Clinic in March of this year and became the new practice owner. Dr. Mikaela strives to provide the best quality care for your pets and enjoys working with both small and large animals. In her free time she loves riding and showing her horses.

Fun fact! Dr. Mikaela’s great great grandfather, Dr. Gish, founded El Dorado Animal Clinic in 1910.

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111 E Locust Ave
El Dorado, KS
67042

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Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm
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