VCA Veterinary Medical Center
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3129 S Winston Ave
Tulsa, OK 74135
VCA Veterinary Medical Center is located in Midtown Tulsa just off of the Broken Arrow Expressway and one block west of 31st & Yale. Our Doctors provide excellent education and medical services for puppies, kittens, adult dogs, adult cats, senior pets and exotic animals. Our services include physical exams, vaccinations, parasite prevention, early disease detection testing, neuters, spays, abdominal soft tissue surgeries, laser declaws, digital x-rays, PennHip orthopedic x-rays, diagnostic abdominal ultrasound, comprehensive pain management, dental scaling and polishing and digital dental x-rays. Ask us about CareClub, the wellness plan with easy, affordable monthly payments. Each Wednesday we host a Preventative Care Clinic making a vaccines available at half price to all pets receiving a physical examination by a doctor. We also carry Hills Science and Prescription Diets, Royal Canin therapeutic pet food and a variety of treats. We are here to take care of your furry, feathered or scaled loved ones as if they were our own. Believe us, our staff has some very pampered pets! Our hospital has been dedicated to providing the very best service for over 50 years. Our hospital was one of the first in Oklahoma to become certified by the American Animal Hospital Association. We have maintained this certification for over 50 years by following rigorous guidelines for medical care, facility maintenance and record keeping.
Here at VCA Veterinary Medical Center we also provide grooming and boarding by a staff that truly loves animals, and it shows in everything they do. We literally have generations of clients that have entrusted us with their pets' care. If you wish to be treated as beloved family members, come on in.
Local Medical Issues
Oklahoma has many local dangers for our pets. Heartworms are one of the most important. They are a danger to dogs and cats. All it takes is a mosquito bite and your loved one can be infected. Even indoor only animals are at risk because the species of mosquito that carries heartworms are the ones likely to be in the house. Heartworms can be prevented easily by giving your dog, cat or ferret heartworm preventative every month. It is a year-round risk due to our temperate winters that don't kill the mosquito eggs or larvae.
Fleas and ticks are also a year-round risk here. Wild animals like deer, squirrels and rabbits carry them. These pests don�t just cause discomfort to your pets but can also carry deadly disease like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, which can cause human disease as well. A preventative can be applied monthly to help keep your pet safe.