Fleas are not only a source of irritation and frustration, but they also pose a serious health threat to animals. Owners must employ every preventative measure to keep these creatures off of their ...View Article
White Oak Veterinary Clinic: Full Service Vet with Equine and Small Animal Acupunture
Our White Oaks Veterinary Clinic is located in Edmond, Oklahoma. Our Edmond veterinarians and staff are compassionate veterinary professionals who understand the importance of utilizing cutting edge technology and methods in our Edmond animal hospital. Our vet clinic is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pet owners should call 330-0676 to make an appointment.
Our Edmond animal hospital offers unique veterinary services and specialized techniques as a respected complimentary medicine vet clinic. In addition to offering certified acupuncture, our clinic offers spay and neuter services for a variety of different animal species, provides the services of an equine dentist and veterinarian, and offers acupuncture to help animals recover from certain conditions or to relieve pain. Having these specialized services available can make a world of difference in the health and general comfort of a pet.
Spay and Neuter Procedures, Equine Vet Services, and High Quality Care
Many pet owners are reluctant to have their pet spayed or neutered, but the procedure offers several different health benefits. Our veterinarians and staff are willing to help pet owners with the important decision of choosing to spay and neuter. Choosing to alter a pet can add years to their life by preventing many different reproductive diseases. It also can also positively affect the personality of a pet by reducing the drive to reproduce.
Our Edmond animal hospital was founded in 1997 and since 2008 have been practicing out of our 6,500 square foot facility. We pride ourselves in utilizing a complimentary medicine veterinary approach that focuses on preventative medicine, acupuncture, and other drug-free techniques. Our equine vet, Dr. Mark Bianchi offers general services as well as many specialized veterinary services, including: surgery, dentistry, acupuncture, lameness evaluations, and reproduction consultations. Our animal hospital is able to provide equine vet services like farm calls, equine dentistry procedures, and has the ability to offer tonometry, cardiology, and radiology services.
In addition to having knowledgeable and skilled staff at our vet clinic, we have designed our website to be an educational resource for pet owners. Our Edmond veterinarians want pet owners to have access to reliable information on pet health care and common pet issues. Our website has links to informative articles that can help a pet owner make the right choices about pet health care. Interested pet and horse owners can research the benefits of equine dentistry, acupuncture, and spay and neuter procedures.
Dr. Jennifer Bianchi, Dr. Mark Bianchi, and Dr. Sharla Bohi and Dr. Jason Smart have extensive experience and offer a range of specialized and general veterinary services for pet owners in Edmond and the surrounding communities. We understand how important the health of a pet or animal is to a pet owner. We offer specialized services to maintain and promote the health of pets as well as offer educational information on our website for owners to learn more about pet health issues. Pet owners are encouraged to call us at 405-330-0676 with questions about our services or to schedule an appointment with one of our vets.
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