From the OSU Veterinary Medical Hospital
One of my veterinary classmates, Dr Anna Coffin, wrote this on her blog. I think it is an excellent summation so with her permission, I am reposting here. Great read if you have cats!
It’s getting really cold out there.
Everyone stay warm and don’t forget our 4 legged friends need help too. Good information.
We will be closed on New Year’s Eve (Mon) and New Year’s Day (Tues) for appointments and walk-ins… staff will be there of course to take care of our boarders. Everyone have a safe and happy New Year! Thank you and see you next year!
We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday! We will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas day to spend time with our families. We will be open for normal hours on Wednesday, Dec 26th. Thank you 🎄❤️
Merry Christmas from our staff and friends to yours! I can’t do it without this great crew and I am very thankful they are all a part of our team. We enjoyed some time together outside of work last night and had a wonderful evening! We all love what we do and are thankful we get to do it! Happy Holidays to you all!
Our clients sure do like their treats they get when they visit us! Everyone please have a happy and safe Thanksgiving! We at Tulsa Town Veterinary Hospital are very grateful for our friends and family and for those of you who give us the privilege of taking care of your fuzzy family members. We will be closed Thursday and Friday to celebrate with our families. Thank you everyone! 😊❤️
This cute girl was found by a good samaritan, in the busy morning school roads on a rainy Tuesday morning. But because her owners had microchipped her, within just 5 minutes of her coming into the clinic, her owner was notified. We held her until the owner could come. Happy reunion afterwards! Please microchip your dogs AND cats! It makes a huge difference and is very affordable. Currently, we only charge $30 and there are no registration fees with the tiny ISO compliant microchip we use.
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! 🙂