Welcome to Village Vet Animal Clinic!
Our Broken Arrow veterinarians and staff offer affectionate and conscientious care at the same quality we would want our own pets to receive. We are a full service Broken Arrow veterinary hospital, treating dogs and cats. We also offer Broken Arrow exotic pet care for exotics, such as ferrets, birds, snakes, reptiles, amphibians and fish.
We perform in house laboratory services, radiography, microscopy, endoscopy, laser and orthopedic surgeries as well as dental cleanings and procedures. We also offer professional grooming five days a week by appointment.
Look around our website and visit our Broken Arrow veterinary clinic. We think you’ll like what you see.
We’re proud to offer convenient plans for your dog or cat through our preventive health programs that include exams, vaccinations, lab work and more.
Our veterinarians will check your pet from head to tail including their eyes, ears, mouth, heart and coat. We will address your concerns and go over with you any issues that show up during the pet examination.
Vaccinations are crucial to your pet’s health and can save your pet from unnecessary suffering or even early death. They can also help save you from expensive veterinary bills
All Creatures is just that. We are well known for our knowledge and care of all kinds of small animals such as ferrets, rabbits, birds, reptiles and fish
We believe cats and dogs should have teeth cleaning on an annual basis for optimum health. We also provide extractions, periodontal disease treatment and more.
From elective procedures like spays and neuters to more urgent and complex procedures, we always keep your pet’s safety our #1 priority.
Just like people, our pets are going to be sick from time to time. You can rely on our experienced veterinarians to treat your pet’s illness.
We provide boarding services for dogs, cats and small exotic animals. Our technicians provide excellent care for your pet’s while you are away
Always friendly. Took great care of our cat when she was at the end of her life. Our dogs get care at the clinic and board there. They’re always excited to go to the vet!
– MONICA T
I’ve been with Dr. Setser for four years and I wouldn’t recommend anyone else. No other vet offers the highest level of treatment that Dr. Setser does. He loves my pet as much as I do
– Wendy C.
They did a great job giving my turtles checkups. Very good with exotics. They were even able to tell me the age of both and how to tell. I appreciate having access to a good vet for all types of pets.
– Beth M.
Is Great for Pet Owners
Everyone wants to do the best for their pets. Premier Pet Care Plan allows pet owners to take care of their cat or dog by paying monthly for all of the necessary treatments and pet care services that will keep their pets in the best of health. Plus, they’ll receive regular discounts on premium products, ensuring gold standard care at all times.
There is now a way to extend your pets life with joints that are pain free and working again. Village Vet Animal Clinic is one of a select few of veterinary practices in Oklahoma to offer Stem Cell Treatment for your pet. Using your own pet’s stem cells can be an effective one-day treatment to relieve the pain of degenerative joints and avoid an invasive and expensive surgery.
Susan’s 2-year old Jack Russell, Fitz, kept escaping from her yard, despite all her best attempts to keep him fenced in. He would jump the fence and dig under barriers. He was a real escape artist, especially if there was a female in heat nearby.
Susan was mostly afraid Fritz would get hit by a car. But she also didn’t want to put him through the pain of being neutered. Then one spring day, Fitz detected a female in heat in the neighborhood and escaped. The larger female didn’t share Fitz’s level of interest…and they got into a pretty major fight.
Finally, Susan realized she had no choice and she decided to have Fitz neutered.
The surgery went smoothly and Fitz was back to normal in a couple of weeks. But he’s stopped running away and he’s less territorial and aggressive with other dogs in general.
Many pet owners are hesitant to put their pets through reproductive surgery. But it’s a quick, simple procedure with minimal side-effects and significant benefits. It’s truly the humane choice. Talk to us about it at your next appointment.
“If my dog is healthy, I don’t need to go to the vet.”
False! In fact, most of what veterinarians do is preventative medicine. Without vaccines for preventable diseases and regular examinations, you’re putting your best friend at unnecessary risk. Regular checkups are critical to preventing avoidable illness or even early death.
“My pet isn’t really fat…”
Studies show that at least 50% of both dogs and cats in the US are overweight. If you’re not sure about your pet, bring him in and we’ll let you know. We’ll also get you onto a diet and exercise schedule to keep them healthy and happy!
“Hairballs are normal!”
If your cat regularly vomits food or liquids or hair…the chances are that there’s something going on that isn’t normal. Don’t settle for home remedies, bring your little guy in for a checkup. We’ll get to the bottom of things for you.
We’ve been caring for the animals of Broken Arrow and their families with expertise and compassion for several years. We’re proud to have helped thousands of families just like yours with all of their pets’ medical needs– from vaccines to surgeries and from newborn weaning through end of life care.First and foremost, we’re animal lovers. So we’ll always treat your animals gently and with respect, whether we’re giving a vaccine or a physical exam or performing surgery. We’ll also take the time to listen to you, answer your questions, and a develop a care plan for a long, healthy life.
Come by and see us, we’ll be waiting to meet you!
“The doctors always take time out to explain to me exactly what is going on with my animal. Thanks Village Vet for all you do!!!”
How often do my pets need see the vet?
Most pets need at least some vaccines each year. For this reason and others, we recommend at least one wellness checkup per year, even for otherwise healthy pets. Older pets may need more frequent visits. We will recommend a treatment schedule for your pet at your first checkup.
Should I have my pet spayed or neutered?
We recommend that most pet owners have their pets spayed or neutered before their first birthday. This helps reduce the number of unwanted pets and control unwanted behaviors. Of course, we’d be glad to discuss your individual situation with us when you come to see us.
Are teeth cleanings really important?
Absolutely. Gum disease is major problem for pets that can seriously impact their quality of life. We recommend a once-a-year dental cleaning to prevent any long-term issues.
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