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Feline Cystitis: Does Your Cat Have Symptoms?

Feline cystitis is a common condition in cats and bouts can return throughout their lifetimes. This inflammation of a cat's urinary bladder can be caused by infection, stones, and crystals in the bladder. It can also be brought on by stress. Cystitis is a painful condition and can be fatal. See us right away if your cat has symptoms. Read More

Is it love? The Canine-Human Bond

Human history with dogs began at least 10,000 years ago. The relationship benefitted both species. Early humans found that dogs served as alarm systems, helped track and catch prey, could keep them warm, and could guard and entertain human children. The tradeoff is that people provide food and shelter for their canine companions. However, scientists have now found that the bond goes much deeper than these obvious mutual benefits. Read More

Kitty Care: 6 Health Problems of Older Cats

Cats are considered elderly at 10 years old, and it's important to be especially vigilant about your senior cat's health. Read More

"Top 10" Signs of Heart Disease, Symptoms to Look for in Your Pet

Heart disease is a common problem with our pets. Watch for the signs: Read More

Could My Dog Have Alzheimer's? Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

Aging dogs can develop canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS), a degenerative brain disease similar to Alzheimer's in humans. As with our human loved ones, it can be heartbreaking to see these changes take place in pets we have lived with for many years. Read More

When Your Cat Won't Eat: Understanding Feline Anorexia

Cats are known to be finicky creatures so you might not feel too alarmed when your cat suddenly won't eat. Since they tend to hide illness, however, this is a symptom that warrants your attention. The problem may be as simple as a change in the formulation of his food, or it could be a sign of a serious illness. Read More

Gallbladder Problems in Dogs: Diagnosing and Treating Cholecystitis

The gallbladder is a small organ that works closely with the liver as the collector of the bile being filtered from the liver. Bile is sent through a duct system and deposited into the gallbladder, which empties into the intestine. The liver and the gallbladder work together. If one is diseased, the other will quickly follow. Read More

Fun Animal Facts

Adult fleas often spend more time in your home than on your pet, and our cozy, heated houses suit them just fine when it's too cool to live outdoors. Winter is the best time to attack fleas because of the lower humidity levels slow their development. The best practice is to keep your pets on flea and tick prevention treatments year-round. Call us to talk about prevention options at our Tulsa location at (918)-492-2674 or our Broken Arrow location at (918)-355-5662. Read More

Signs of a Happy Cat

Happy cat, happy home! Ever wonder if yours precious fur-ball is content? Look for these behaviors: Read More

Avoid a Canine Catastrophe! Why summer Heat Is a Serious Threat

Every summer, we see dogs suffer serious health problems due to heat -and temperatures don't have to be very high to pose a risk. Did you know that with an outside temp of only 78 degrees, the temperature inside a parked car can reach 120 degrees in minutes?! Read More

We're serious about managing your pet's allergies!

Allergies can wreak havoc on our day to day lives and make us feel horrible. Like us, our pets can also suffer from allergies too! With a quick allergy test, Read More

Protecting Cats from FIP

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)  is a viral disease that is caused by strains of the feline coronavirus. While most strains of coronavirus don't cause disease, in a small percentage of Read More

Safeguard Your Pup Against Parvovirus

Puppies are at risk of a highly contagious and lethal virus that spreads through the feces of infected animals called the Parvovirus. The Parvovirus targets unvaccinated puppies, adolescent dogs, and Read More

Tiny Parasites, BIG health risks!

Have you noticed a tick or maybe some fleas on your pet lately? Ticks can pose a serious health risk! These parasites can cause Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Ehrlichiosis, Read More

Springtime Blues

Does your pet suffer from allergies? Allergies can make our furry friends uncomfortable. If your pet has any symptoms of allergies, we can help! Pets can’t tell us what is wrong, Read More

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