vet bills can be scary but we are here to help We are all pet parents here. From Doc Boomer and his horde of seven pets to Jasper, our clinic cat. As much as we want to do what is absolutely best for our furry friends, but cannot skip paying the electric bill either. SMAH … Continue reading WELLNESS PACKAGES
We understand that pet emergencies are rarely on your schedule ahead of time. We offer same-day walk-ins just for these cases. OUR URGENT CARE SERVICES We are a fully-equipped animal hospital. If they need most emergency diagnostics, we have them covered: X-raysUltrasounds Surgical servicesIn-house bloodworkIsolation rooms In-house, same-day pharmacy WHAT TO EXPECT To prepare for … Continue reading WALK-INS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!!
As Winter starts to melt away, all the flowers & grass start to wake back up. Warmer weather ushers in Spring! And we all know that Spring ushers in “twitterpated” pets and the puppies & kittens that come next. We have put together a quick guide on what to do when your pet comes home … Continue reading SPRING TIME = PUPPY TIME
We all know that not all children walk or crawl on two legs… some have FOUR! Saturday, May 14th is National Dog Mom Day! This is the day we take to celebrate all those wonderful moms that vacuum up the shedding, wipe the muddy paw prints on their pants, & dodge the slobbery kisses. So … Continue reading HAPPY DOG MOM DAY
In honor of National Pet Disaster Preparedness Day, we have put together a how-to guide for making a pet first aid kit! We also cover emergency financial assistance, quick tips, pet insurance, & more!
This week, May 1-7, is National Pet Week®, which is dedicated to celebrating the more than 200 million pets that enrich our lives each and every day. Find out how you can celebrate your pets – and make sure they're getting the veterinary care they need – by visiting avma.org/PetWeek. Sunday: Choose Well, Commit for … Continue reading IT IS NATIONAL PET WEEK!
We have all heard about heartworm prevention but is it really important? The short answer is YES! Not only is Oklahoma an extremely high-risk state, but when left untreated, heartworm disease leads to heart failure and death! Read more to find out the symptoms, how you can test your pet, & more!
Think you know it all about heartworms? Check your knowledge below! Keep an eye put for more heartworm prevention tidbits this April!
Winter is approaching, well, sort of, but it is still very important to keep your animals on flea/tick prevention! Certain ticks, such as the Blacklegged or Deer tick, survives well-below freezing temperatures by hiding in homes, piles of leaves, and on their hosts. They are extremely common in Oklahoma (see map below) and cause some nasty tick diseases.
As a dedicated pet parent, you want to give your fur baby the best life possible, and taking care of your pet’s health and wellness is a huge part of that. You know that the ultimate health resource is your veterinarian – but how do you make the most of your time together?