Very very proud of these two! They are graduating and will be certified Veterinary Technicians soon! Congratulations to both Trista and Alexis! The profession is lucky to have you both with your compassionate care and love for animals. I know it was a lot of hard work to accomplish your goals. Well done! And we saw Gabby too! 🙂
This is my daughter’s feral rescue cat from Atlanta. She is very friendly now. She says this is the only way she has ever seen her cat drink water. She seems perfectly content to do it this way. Do any of your furry kids have any weird quirks?
Tis the season…. for a 14 pound cat to be stealthy! Tree was up only a few minutes! He’s hard to spot so I helped in the second photo. Lol.
We will be closed Thursday Nov 23 and Friday November 24 in observance of Thanksgiving.
Have a safe holiday and we’ll see you on Saturday!
This is Weebles… aka Weeble Wobble. You might see him next time you visit our hospital. He is trying out his new carrier… By carrier I mean method by which he can be held yet we can get some work done! I think he likes it! Weebles is one of our new office greeters. He has hypocerebellar syndrome which means he can’t control fine motion. Since he doesn’t have the coordination of jumping up on high things, he likes to occasionally be carried around a lot as it increases his world perception. His slight disability doesn’t slow him down at all though as he will zip and zing and play with the big kids. His brakes don’t work too well either. But Weebles doesn’t care! He is such a sweet boy! We love him very much! Be sure to say hi to Weeble Wobble next time you come in!
We will close early at 2:00 pm on July 3rd,2017 and all day July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
You think ticks are not an issue? Welcome to my world. Ticks in Oklahoma can carry many blood borne diseases that can cause serious illness. It is important to keep your pet on a flea and tick product to prevent such diseases. Call our hospital at 918-794-5566 to find out what you can do to keep those parasites and diseases at bay.