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"After having my pets cared for by Dr. Price in Houston, DFW area, and now Abilene, I have to say she offers the Best Pet Care Anywhere!"

J. Kelly M. - Houston (Email Review)

Windmill Animal Hospital
2 Windmill Circle
(next to Sam's)
Abilene, TX 79606

325-698-VETS (8387)
325-698-8391 (fax)
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Office Hours
Mon - Fri: 7:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 1:00pm

"We're new to town and read the reviews for Dr Price and decided to Windmill a go. So happy we did! Their whole office from the front desk to the treatment and meeting Dr Price was 5 Star all the way! I know our babies will be well taken care of! I even had a technician help me out to the car which made my day as I had my hands FULL! Would recommend to anyone! "

Susie G. - Abilene (Google Reviews)

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"This is the best vet in Abilene! I have tried countless other veterinary clinics and Windmill out-does them all. They value my pet and my experience more than my money, and they are always showing care and compassion to both my dog and me. They even call after every appointment, just to check-up and make sure we're doing okay! AMAZING service and incredible people!"

Kelly S. - Abilene (Website Comment/Review)


What can I do about my dog's body odor?

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All fur-bearing animals will have an odor to some extent.

Of the most common house pets, ferrets have by far the strongest natural body odor.

Cats are normally almost odor-free.

Doggy body odor varies considerably by breed; bird dogs, hounds, and working breed dogs tend to be rather stinky unless bathed regularly. Toys, terriers, and herding breeds generally are almost odor-free. Non-sporting breeds are highly variable.

In any event, if you are detecting an odor that is abnormal for your pet, before the odor can be eliminated, the cause of the odor must be determined. The cause may range from something as simple as the dead armadillo your pet scent-rolled in, to serious problems such as ear infections, anal gland problems, gum disease/mouth lesions, and dermatitis/skin infections.

To best benefit you and your pet, we recommend an examination with one of the Windmill doctors to find the source of the odor.