The El Dorado Animal Clinic was founded in 1910. Since then we have been providing a high standard of veterinary care for Butler County and the surrounding area.
We treat all animals except rattlesnakes and skunks! 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.
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When it comes to providing for your senior horse, there's no foaling around. Older horses need dental checks, exercise, regular shots, deworming, and a little extra weight-watching during winter months. If you notice your horse losing weight this winter or you simply need routine care for your mare, give us a call at 316-321-1050.
Pet obesity is a complex condition. When an animal is overweight or obese, they have a higher likelihood of skin disorders, kidney dysfunction, respiratory issues, inflammation, cancer, and orthopedic disease. Saddest of all, the longer your pet remains obese, the shorter their life may be. Support a long, healthy life for your furry best friend by making an appointment about their weight today.
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Helping reduce the chances of your horses picking up parasites is one of the best ways to also help prevent parasite resistance.
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Heartworms plague pets' health year-round. This disease is often fatal and completely preventable. Don't regret letting your pet's protection lapse. Keep your companion's heart-healthy and make an appointment at 316-321-1050 today.
Knowing your dog's breed can help you know how much physical activity is advantageous to them. Is your canine companion listed here as one of the breeds that needs longer walks?
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There are many reasons to be proud of being an American. We are deeply grateful for the service members --human and animal-- that have done so much to protect our freedom and country. Thank you, and happy Veterans Day!
Bored pets can feel like "naughty" pets, when actually all they may need is a little more mental and physical activity in their environment. Here's how to keep them engaged and boredom-free!
catster.com Is Your Cat Bored? Cats weren’t designed to be inside. It makes keeping them entertained tricky but important.
Some of our patients are just a bit spoiled by our staff! Sadie loves the special attention from Harley!
If you notice any of these common signs of cancer in your pet, make an appointment right away. Early diagnosis improves prognosis.
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- Lack of appetite
- Difficulty eating
- Sudden weight loss
- Diarrhea, vomiting
- Lethargy and lack of interest in play
- Difficulty going to the bathroom
- Unusual foul odor
- Increased thirst and urination
- Trouble breathing
- Swelling or masses along the jaw or gumline
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We hope you have a happy and safe Halloween this year! Don't forget a few extra treats for your Hallo-weenies and scaredy cats!
As a pet parent, you are your pet's protector. Take a moment to take some precautions to keep your pet safe: check that all cleaners and chemicals are out of paw's reach, make a pet-friendly disaster plan, and restock supplies in your pet first aid kit. Oh yeah... And make an appointment for your pet's wellness check. Call us at 316-321-1050.
If your horse is showing signs of lethargy, weight loss, diarrhea, colic, lack of appetite, or a dull coat, she may have internal parasites. We have answers to your questions about deworming your horse. Give us a call at 316-321-1050 and we're happy to help!
We know you don't want to host rodents, but we urge you to be cautious with rat poisons and traps. Never place them where your pet can access them. Cats can also be poisoned by consuming a poisoned mouse or rat, so keep an eye out around your property for expired mice. If you suspect your pet may have eaten a toxic substance, please give us a call at 316-321-1050 ASAP.
Your kids' treats could be poisonous for your pets. From chocolate to artificial sweeteners, keep the sweets out of reach of your precious pups and cats.
[10/26/20] We are closed Monday afternoon, and Tuesday. Dr. Harkins is not available.
Is joint pain a pain in your pet? We can treat your pet's joint pain before winter arrives. Call our clinic for an appointment at 316-321-1050.
[10/24/20] The El Dorado Animal Clinic will be closed today, to celebrate the marriage of Joseph Harkins to Toni Garrison. Dr. Harkins will not be available.
Heartworm disease can rob your pet of her health. Even in autumn, your pet needs to be protected. Don't skip your pet's heartworm prevention.
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Slipping and sliding across the floor can worsen joint pain and cause serious injury. We can trim your pet's 'paw slippers' with our clippers. Ask us about our grooming services before we're fully booked for the holidays.
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Do you have questions about your cattle's body scores or when is the right time to wean your calves? We have answers.
This year, more than ever before, it's vital that we all pitch in to end food insecurity. We hope you'll donate to a local food bank and teach your little ones about where their food comes from. Capture your pets and kids doing a food-positive activity today and share it with us to help celebrate World Food Day!
HAPPY BOSS' DAY TO THE BEST!
Dr. Davy Harkins and Mary Gail Harkins!
If your pet is fat-tabulous, you can help them become fabulous. While a little extra weight can be cute, it can also cut your pet's life short. Help your pet achieve her best bodyweight by making an appointment. We can help your pet safely slim down and live a fabulous and healthy life without the extra wiggle in her walk.
With Halloween here and Thanksgiving around the corner, be sure you keep products that may contain xylitol away from your pets. Toothpaste, mouthwash, dental gum, and gummy vitamins are common culprits in xylitol pet poisonings. Prevention can save your pet's life. Never give your pet a treat if you're unsure it's safe.
Our vet techs are the best! They help keep pets safe, healthy, and happy when they're here. We appreciate how hard they work to do so. Happy National Veterinary Technician Week to our talented techs!
Did you know that some breeds can benefit from taking supplements after their first birthday? It's true! Breeds that are more prone to hip dysplasia, joint issues, and elbow dysplasia should start a preventative routine as soon as they stop growing. We care about your pet's joint care. Don't hesitate to ask us at your next appointment how you can begin your pet's joint care routine.
We want to keep you, your family, and your pets safe. As COVID-19 safety continues to be our top priority, we appreciate your patience.
Your support means a lot to us. Thank you to all of you that continue to schedule appointments. Don't put off your pet's health needs. Make an appointment for your pet's annual exam. We are taking all necessary precautions to keep you safe, so don't delay your pet's pet's check-up.
Please don't hesitate to call us at 316-321-1050.
It's heartbreaking that so many COVID-pups are being returned to the shelter. If you've been considering another canine companion, October is the pawfect time to adopt. Once you get your new dog home, we're here to keep him healthy and answer any questions you may have.
Don't risk your horse's wellbeing. If your horse is due for vaccines, make an appointment to see us, now. Give us a call at 316-321-1050.
Several of our client's kids showed at the Kansas Junior Livestock Show this weekend. One family had special wins: Champion and Reserve Champion Hereford Steers! These steers were both bred and raised on the family farm! Can't get better than that!
Congrats to the Miller Girls!
Don't let your horses Fall victim to diseases spread by flies. Flies and insects spread salmonella, equine infectious anemia, and influenza. Your first line of defense is controlling moisture around your barn or stable. You should also manage manure and keep it covered. Topicals and barriers can help your horses, as well. Give us a call at 316-321-1050 if you have questions about equine fly control.
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