Natural Pet Care Center

Who We Are

Our team is committed to protecting the health and wellness of pets in our community by providing the comprehensive services they need to live happy, healthy lives.   Dr Beth Wittenberg is a Graduate of Kansas State University and has been practicing for 24 years.    She earned her Veterinary Acupuncture and Food Therapy Certifications from the Chi Institute.    

You’ll find our Holistic Animal Practice  a relaxing visit due to its warm, welcoming environment that puts you and your pet at ease. You’ll also appreciate our “open hospital” approach to animal care that allows you to be present during your pet’s treatment to minimize fear and stress.  

What We Do

At Natural Pet Care Center, holistic pet healthcare is our passion. Our treatments include such natural approaches as acupuncture, cold laser therapy, chiropractic care, food therapy, herbal medicine, and supplements to enhance your pet’s well-being.  

We combine these Holistic Treatments  with  Onsite Laboratory Services, Dental Care, Vaccine Titers and vaccinations when needed,   surgeries, xrays, ultrasound, and more to ensure your pet receives well-rounded care.  




Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Jessica Rush
    RVT Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology 2014

    Family:

    Fur children- Xavier (Lab mix) and Kirah (Doberman)

    Animals:

    Crested Geckos- Ursula, Veronica, Yeti, and Zaharah

    Favorite things:

    Dog training, fishing, gardening, and movies.

  • Hannah Zogleman
    Office Manager

    Family:

    Sons- Landon, Logan, Tanner, Declan

    Animals:

    2 dogs- Jax and Gabby

    Favorite Things:

    I enjoy being with my family, watching my boys play sports and being out at the lake.

  • Dr.
    Beth Wittenberg
    Degrees:
    D.V.M Kansas State University 1997
    M.S. Emporia State University 1992
    Certified Veterinary Acupuncture 2013
    Certified Veterinary Food Therapist 2013

    Family:
    Husband: Chad
    Sons: Cody, Zach, Levi
    Animals:

    Cats: Stormy, Thomas, Taye

    Dogs:  Allie

    Horses:  I am Horseless right now!

    Favorite Things:  



    Horseback riding, Watching my kids play their sports,  opening Smoothie King in El Dorado


Reviews

Read What Our Clients Say

    Dr. Beth and her team are miracle workers. My Fergus was not given a great prognosis because of his hip dysplasia at such a young age, but chiropractic, acupuncture, laser and supplements are already making a huge difference! I HIGHLY recommend them!

    Ele Link

    Have had an excellent experience with Dr Wittenberg and Dr Clements! Just today I brought Sammy in due to an injury last week and he saw the Chiropractor on the spot at his vet visit! Dog left feeling better with a pep in his step, when he walked in with pain. Outstanding service with a dose of caring and love. You can tell they love what they do here! Thank you for caring for my Sammy!!

    Pamela Behnk

    Absolutely LOVE this veterinary!!! Dr Beth is amazing. Her knowledge, kindness, gentleness... Couldn't ask for a better vet!!!!

    Sandy Littlejohn

    Dr Beth and everyone at NPCC go above and beyond. Our dog had gone to multiple vets for his first 4 years and he still had the same issues every year. I took him to see Dr Beth and every single issue went away. She is very knowledgeable and takes the time to explain any questions or concerns. Their holistic approach exceeded my expectations and I am so grateful for everything they have done for Turbo.

    Anna Passantino Van Bunnen

    I Love Dr. Beth and her staff❤️My Boxer Bronxy is sick and I'm praying Dr. Beth will have the wisdom to heal him. Bronxy means the world to us. So glad she uses holistic and a natural approach to her treatment. Thank You Dr. Beth!

    Rhonda C. / El Dorado, KS

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Primary Office

Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed