Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel

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Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel
Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel is:
1055 NE Washington Blvd
Bartlesville, OK 74006
(918) 333-1122

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Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Bartlesville Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bartlesville, Oklahoma is 39 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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It's always difficult deciding when it's time to say goodbye to a pet. Part of my job is helping you make those Quality of Life assessments & help you make the decision that is best for your pet. And keep in mind, we are happy to make a house call if you prefer to say goodbye in the comfort of your home instead of our office.
THE BLOG 09/21/2015 04:53 pm ET Updated Sep 21, 2016 The Biggest Mistake Pet Owners Make at the End By Jessica Vogelsang R. Brandon Harris via Getty Images If I had a big huge red pen and could permanently strike five words from the Standard Veterinary Dialogue, it would be this: "You'll know when i...

Although you won't be wrong to keep your pets inside tomorrow during the eclipse, the reality is that the risk of eye injury for them is fairly low. Animals simply do not stare directly at the sun during normal times, so aren't going to stare at it during the eclipse tomorrow. You may, however, notice that birds will start to roost, & other animals may go through their bedtime routines😀
“It’s better to be too cautious than not cautious enough."

I want to let all my clients know that I will be taking a medical leave, starting September 15th. I will be having hip replacement surgery. It looks like I will be out for about 3 weeks. I will have some restrictions upon my return for an additional 3 weeks. I will be leaving my patients in good hands, with Dr Grogan & Dr Mary Williams, our brand new veterinarian. I will also be keeping in touch via phone & text during my recovery period.

A very powerful video that looks at both sides of a dog bite. Parents, please teach your children to respect their own pets as well as dogs they meet when out & about!!! Most dog bites are very preventable with a little education. If you have questions how to teach your children or grandchildren to interact with dogs safely, please call our hospital, 918 333-1122, & ask for Dr Johnson. I will be more than happy to help!
Dog bite prevention video for families everywhere. 77% of dog bites come from a friend's dog or the family's very own dog. We want to change that number. Ple...

Heat warnings for pets!!! Keep your pets inside during the heat of the day. Provide plenty of shade and fresh water when they are outside. Bowls of ice cubes are great to help keep your pets cool and make great hot weather snacks. If you have a breed that is more prone to heat stroke, consider purchasing dog vests & mats designed to help keep the cool. Obese & dark colored dogs are more susceptible to heat stroke. Make sure that double coated dogs are kept brushed out & mat free. This actually keeps them cooler than shaving them! If you have your dog shaved, remember that they are at risk of sunburn, especially in the first couple of weeks following getting shaved. Know the signs of heat stroke (see below)!!! Heat stroke kills hundreds of dogs every summer. Most of these victims were just out in their own backyards!
During a heat crisis, it's important to follow these six steps if you suspect your pet has heat stroke. It's also important to know if your pet is predisposed to heat stroke.