Laser Therapy Available for Tulsa Cats and Dogs

All Creatures Veterinary Hospital in Tulsa, OK is pleased to provide class IV laser treatment to our clients as a reliable treatment for many causes of chronic and acute pain swelling and injury recovery. Laser therapy can be used in addition to other types of treatments and is a drug-free, non-surgical means of providing pain relief. Laser therapy…

Fleas and Ticks in Tulsa - How to Beat Them

Protect Your Pets from Fleas and Ticks The scourge of fleas and ticks in Tulsa is one of the biggest problems that Green Country pets and pet owners face.  This year’s mild winter and early and unusually warm spring are already making this an especially tough season. So how do you beat fleas and ticks…

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Why do my dogs eat grass? This one of the most common pet behaviors that dog owners ask about.   Here you will find the most common reasons why dogs eat grass. All canines wild or domestic eat grass, this includes wolves, dingoes, coyotes and of course our pet dogs. Eating grass is perfectly normal…

Boarding Pets in Tulsa - Give Your Pet A Safe and Happy Experience

Tips On Boarding Pets in Tulsa Boarding pets in Tulsa is one thing, as pet owners, most of us will need to consider at some time or another.  Travel, illness or family emergencies can sometimes disrupt our normal pet care and require us to have an alternative plan. Some pet owners prefer to bring their…

How to Choose the Right Tulsa Veterinarian For Your Pet

A Little Research Can Help You Find the Best Tulsa Veterinarian for Your Pets If you now own a pet or are contemplating getting a pet, your first consideration, even before you get your pet, is finding a Tulsa veterinarian or Tulsa veterinary hospital where your pet can receive the necessary health care. A veterinarian…

Veterinary Dental Care - A Must For Your Pet

Nearly two thirds of all dog and cat owners are not providing essential Tulsa veterinary dental care to their pets as recommended by their veterinarian.  The importance of the oral cavity and teeth are one area of veterinary medicine and pet health care that is often overlooked. The mouth is a major source of disease and…