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YOUR TRUSTED EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN IN NORMAN, OK

YOUR TRUSTED EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN IN NORMAN, OK

You may come to us during a pet emergency or because you received a referral from another veterinarian. Whatever the case, we are glad to service you and your precious family member. There is nothing more rewarding for us than providing the highest quality veterinary medicine to help pets stay happy and healthy and their parents have the best veterinary experience possible.

We are fully equipped and ready to help with all of your emergency and critical care needs. If you find that you need emergency assistance after hours Monday-Friday or during the weekend, we recommend giving us a call at 405-360-7828 For your convenience, we have provided online forms for your emergency check-in.

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Happy Pet Parents

We had to bring our very sick kitty Lincoln in on Thursday night and he actually ended up staying the whole weekend there. It was a life or death situation, and we were full panic. I can’t say how grateful we were for the staff that helped get him better. The first night we got there we waited no more than five minutes after we called to get him seen. Everyone that we dealt with was so kind, and never made us feel like we were an inconvenience with us constantly calling. At first we thought he wouldn’t even have a chance of surviving, but the staff did their best and made sure he was able to come home to us again. I truly can’t thank y’all enough for everything y’all did for our sweet baby. We will definitely be using them in the future in case we ever have an emergency again.

Monica S.Google

I have to give a big thank you to the staff here who managed to make the worst day feel a little better. We had to take my dog in tonight for what turned into being his final night. I couldn't be more heartbroken but the staff and doctor handled everything so well even in this time of uncertainty. The doctor walked us through every step and prepared us well for the end. Thank you for giving Davis the comfortable and peaceful send off he deserved and helping us deal with the grief of this loss.

Whitney M.Google

Great friendly service. Cost is higher due to 24/7 availability, but also reasonable. We were very happy with the care our doggie received.

Jonathan S.Google

Great after hours service for your animals!

Doug W.Google

The Vet and his staff were very professional and compassionate in a very difficult time. They took time to listen and answer all our concerns before making a decision. I would recommend them to anyone needing after hours help. Thank you.

Daniel J.Google

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I book an examination?

There are no appointments available or necessary for emergency services. If you have an emergency, please just bring your pet right away to our facility, any time of the day or night during our opening hours. If possible, do call ahead and alert us to your arrival and if you need assistance transporting your pet from the car to the hospital.

When is payment due?

As is customary in veterinary care, payment is required at the time of service. If your pet requires hospitalization, the projected costs are due at the time of hospitalization.

What are your payment options?

We accept cash, all major credit cards, and financing through CareCredit.

Do you scan stray animals for microchips?

Yes, we will scan any stray pets, free of charge.

Will you keep my regular veterinarian informed about my pet’s condition?

We will work as part of your pet’s medical team, in cooperation with your primary veterinarian, for as long as your pet is with us. When we discharge your pet (and frequently while your pet is with us), either to you or to your primary veterinarian for further care, we will provide all medical records and discuss your pet’s condition with your primary care veterinarian.

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