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About Village Vet Animal Clinic

We are a full-service Broken Arrow veterinary hospital. We offer compassionate care to animals of all species.

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About Our Animal Clinic

We provide professional and compassionate care for dogs, cats, and non-domestic pets. We see ferrets, pocket pets, rabbits, reptiles, birds, and amphibians. Dr. Setser even treats fish and primates!

We are proud to offer in-house diagnostic laboratory services, meaning that you only have to wait a few minutes for answers instead of a few days. In addition to the diagnostic lab, we utilize the latest medical technology to provide the best care possible for your pet. Microscopy, endoscopy, radiology, dental radiography, and surgical services are available every day of the week.

The team at Village Vet Animal Clinic understands that animal needs don’t just occur during 9 am – 5 pm. We are open at 7 am Monday through Friday for drop-off services if your pet needs care while you work. We are open until 7 pm Monday through Friday so that you have access to a doctor even after you get home from work. We are also available on the weekends for your pet needs. Saturdays we are open from 8 am –5 pm and Sundays we are here from 12 pm – 6 pm.

What makes us different from other clinics is the growth-based learning environment for everyone that walks through our door. We strive to keep our staff educated and supported in their goals. We will ensure that you understand what you need to do to get and keep your pet happy, healthy, and pain-free.

We believe in supporting the veterinary industry by training and learning from the next generation of veterinarians. We strive to host students throughout their veterinary training to share our vast knowledge and learn about the new ideas in the field. We are also proud of our relationship with Union Public Schools and their Career Connect program. We know that it takes a village, and at Village Vet Animal Clinic, we all play our part.

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