If you have an emergency after our regular business hours, please call us at (405) 275-0990. Do not panic if it goes to voicemail. The veterinarian on-call at that time will respond shortly.
For farm calls, please leave your name and your address, to help us create a realistic estimate of when we will be able to arrive.
If you are bringing a small companion animal to us, please remember to give as a call as far in advance as possible, even if that means dialing us while on your way.
Sometimes, other veterinary hospitals refer their clients to us for emergency services because they are now open 24 hours a day. If this is your situation, rest assured that we do not plan to take the place of your primary veterinarian. We will administer emergency services, and once the animal is ready, we can have them transported to your primary veterinarian. Their full recovery plan will take place with the help of your own veterinarian, so long as they are able to provide them with the care they need.
We also perform farm calls outside of emergency situations. We understand that the transportation of large animals can be difficult and time-consuming. Sometimes, it is simply easier for us to come to you. If you would like to schedule a farm call for a routine procedure such as vaccination, deworming, or for an examination, please call our office and our accommodating and professional staff will help you to schedule an appointment at a convenient time.