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River Trail Animal Hosital & Pet Lodge in Tulsa, OK

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  • $25 OFF Any Veterinarian Service New Clients Only

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River Trail Animal Hospital provides the highest level of animal pet care in Tulsa, OK. Our veterinary hospital provides wellness care, preventative maintenance, pet dental care services and more. Whether your pet’s appointment is for a routine exam or an emergency service, our certified veterinarians are here to provide your pet with continued support and monitoring throughout your pets life. When you make an appointment at our animal hospital you will receive personalized care for your pet’s needs. All of our veterinarians have specialized and unique backgrounds which make River Trail the most dedicated pet hospital around Tulsa.  Save when you redeem our animal hospital coupons.  

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Monday 7:00 AM - 7:00 AM
Tuesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 AM
Wednesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 AM
Thursday 7:00 AM - 7:00 AM
Friday 7:00 AM - 7:00 AM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 3:00 AM

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Wellness Exams Listen to your pet's heart - Early signs of cardiac disease such as heart murmurs and abnormal heart beat patterns known as arrhythmias can be heard through a stethoscope. Discovering these initial indicators of trouble ahead can lead to identifying and treating the underlying condition before it becomes a more serious health threat., Listen to your pet's lungs - Health issues such as infections, obstructive diseases and other problems can be detected by listening to your pet's lungs through a stethoscope. The doctor can also assess the overall pulmonary health of your pet., Check your pet's teeth and oral cavity - Examining your pet's teeth and mouth is an important part of preventing dental disease, which is one of the most common health concerns in pets. Very young animals, such as kittens and puppies, also need to be checked to ensure they are developing an appropriate bite and that they are losing their baby teeth at the right time. We also take the time to discuss proper home dental care with you., Evaluate your pet's vision - All diseases follow relatively predictable processes and if found early can be more easily treated. Ocular conditions, which can also be prevented through regular care and screenings, are no exception., Look into your pet's ears - As with dental disease, ear disease is relatively common in many types of pets. Issues such as low-grade allergies, swimming or bathing, reactions to certain foods, mites and other parasites can all cause and contribute to otitis or ear disease. Though you may feel this is an area that can be well-handled at home, the fact is that many ear diseases are difficult to detect and require medical treatment., Palpate the lymph nodes, abdomen and skin - By feeling the skin, we are looking for unusual lumps or swellings as well as evaluating for skin discolorations, lesions or patterns of hair loss or thinning. These can indicate the presence of more systemic problems, especially metabolic diseases, which most commonly occur in middle-aged animals., Palpate joints and muscles - By examining the joints, legs and other areas of the body, we are able to evaluate for swollen joints, decreased muscle tone and variations in muscle size between the limbs. We also observe your pet's gait for developmental issues. In puppies, we look for early indications of hip or elbow problems. For older pets, we look for signs of arthritis, which can be well-treated if found early., Lab work - A complete physical should include a heartworm test, parasite screening, and a full blood workup. Not only can a full chemistry panel and complete blood count identify the presence of underlying disease processes, but these tests help create a baseline should your pet become ill between routine examinations. Additionally, blood work is necessary if your veterinarian recommends a dental cleaning, removal of skin masses, or any other procedure that requires anesthesia.
Health Maintenance Services Vaccines, Physical Therapy, Lost Pet Microchip ID, Oncology.
Pet Taxi We understand that life for our clients is busy and that some of our clients, the elderly and those whose mobility is impaired may find it difficult to bring their pet in for an appointment. This is why our Pet Taxi service will come to you and bring your pet to River Trail Animal Hospital for his or her appointments., We've designed this service to be safe, affordable and comfortable for your pet. It is also one more way that we are working to be your full-service provider of veterinary care.
Service Area Our Veterinary Office is located near:, Jenks, Glenpool, Bixby, Broken Arrow, And Surrounding Tulsa areas.

10102 S. Delaware Ave.
TULSA, OK 74137
(918)728-7494
101st & Riverside

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