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There is now a way to extend your pets life with joints that are pain free and working again. Village Vet Animal Clinic is one of a select few of veterinary practices in Oklahoma to offer Stem Cell Treatment for your pet.
Allergies can affect our four-legged friends much as we do. Allergy medication can be customized for your pet to relieve itching and other aggravating symptoms.
Allowing Village Vet Animal Clinic to examine your pet annually and keep the vaccinations you need up to date can help your pet have a longer, healthier life.
We have an on-site radiology endoscope, other imagery services and our in house laboratory can help you now. No more waiting for results. Faster, accurate results lead to a faster diagnosis that can get better quicker with happier pets and pet owners.
You can reach us when you need to. In addition to our normal hours, availability 7 days a week, Village Vet Animal Clinic is available for after hours emergencies.
Bad breath is not normal for dogs and cats. It’s actually a symption of oral problems you can fix before the loss of teeth. Teeth cleaning, polishing, oral surgery and tooth supporter extractions can help keep your pet’s mouth healthy and their breath fresh!
What better place to leave your pet when you can’t be home than with a veterinarian? We’ll love on your pet like they were our own, and if a medical emergency should arise while you’re away, you can be confident that we’ll be there to take care of it.
Your pet reptile, amphibian, invertebrate, fish, birds or mammal is always welcome at Village Vet Animal Clinic. You will get the best information about care and feeding here.
Thousands of studies have been done to verify the positive effects of laser therapy for pets. Laser Therapy is utilized to treat pain and inflammation, wound healing, and mobility for joint problems. Your pet will be available during the pain free treatments and will usually feel relief right away.
A one-time procedure of placing the chip implant under the skin will give you a lifetime of confidence in knowing your pet can be identified if your dog or cat is found and taken to a vet’s office or animal shelter.
Full Service grooming is available by appointment. Everything from regular bathing to seasonal grooming to a Shed Less treatment to keep the fur in your home under control are offered by our knowledgeable and caring grooming staff.
Prevention of heartworms, fleas, ticks, flies and mosquitos can save your pet from potentially fatal diseases. We recommend annual testing to avoid serious and costly health issues for your dog or cat.
FROM OUR ANIMAL CLINIC BLOG
It’s that time of year when foliage changes into beautiful golden hues. The air is crisp and the temperature is less toasty. It’s the season of football, frolicking in the leaves, and longer evenings. Keep your pet happy and well with these fall pet health care tips. Important Fall Pet Health Care Tips Feed them right – More energy is needed to keep warm. You will need to feed your pets more as food helps create more body heat. Because every pet’s needs are different, you may want to consult proper proportions with your trusted veterinarian. And with Halloween just around the bend, you want to plan ahead and take the necessary precautions. Chocolate is awfully toxic for dogs and cats. Candies with xylitol, more so. Watch out for ticks – Ticks survive all year round. Tick nymphs max out during spring but adult deer ticks peak in the fall.
When you’ve been with your feline friend for as long as you can remember, it’s easy to forget that she may now be a senior. Yes, you read that right. Your cat is no longer the sprightly little furball she once was. In fact, she is aging. Once upon time cats were considered geriatrics at the age of eight. But thanks to progress in veterinary care and cat nutrition, Senior Cats can live well into their twenties (in human years). Despite this longer lifespan, cats will still be considered seniors as they reach year seven. It is inaccurate to say that a “cat year” is equal to seven human years. To be precise, a cat who is a year old is physiologically equal to a 16-year old person. And for every year after that, a cat year is equal to four years. Thus, a 10-year old cat is as old
What Is Otitis? Otitis is an inflammation of the ear caused by an infection. It has several types. Otitis externa and otitis media. Otitis externa or outer ear infection is an inflammation of the external ear canal. It is one of the most common issues vets deal with on a daily basis. Clinical signs may include odor, pain upon manipulation of the ear, itching, redness, and head shaking. This happens when the glands lining the canal, enlarge and produce excessive wax. The outer skin and the inner skin gradually produce excessive fibrous tissue, making the canal narrow. If chronic, otitis externa leads to a ruptured eardrum and otitis media. Ear infections may occur with any breed. But breeds with large, hairy, or floppy ears such as cocker spaniels, are more prone. Otitis media, on the other hand, is an inflammation of the middle ear. It occurs as a result
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