Office Hours

 

Monday and Thursday

7am-8pm

 

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 

7am-6pm

 

Saturday

8am-Noon

 

Boarding Pickup Only:

Sunday 5-5:30pm

 

Emergency Service until 10:00 pm every night

 

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Medicine

As a hospital, each of our veterinarians does not practice in a vacuum.  We commonly consult one another on difficult cases to make sure that we never miss a thing.  It is a great asset to have four “brains” available for your furry friends when things are not so routine.  We also belong to the online service “VIN”–Veterinary Information Network – which is an online consortium of board certified veterinarians that will review any case that we post for them to look over.

We at Catoosa Small Animal Hospital are very proud of our level of medical expertise.  Between our 4 veterinarians we have over 80 years of veterinary medicine experience.  In short, there isn’t much that we haven’t seen or can’t figure out.  We have made every effort to equip our hospital with the latest in diagnostic equipment such as digital radiology, ultrasound, in house laboratory, and fiber optics.  This puts the tools needed at our fingertips to diagnose those difficult cases that we see among our clientele, and also those we have referred to us from veterinarians around the state. 

Lisa doing some blood pre-operative blood work on a patient. This is highly recommended for older pets as well as those pets with various health issues.
Dr. Sarah and Beth are doing a yearly exam on one of our patients. This yearly check up is critical to make sure that your pet is staying healthy and up to date on vaccines and worm checks.
Lisa is smiling because Tom thinks he is here to get "tutored"!!!
Dr. Bob and Sam are examining Ginger for any health problems.

  Dr. Steve is looking at a cytology slide from a tumor that he aspirated with a needle. 

This technique allows quick evaluation of "bumps" and lets us know if the bump is a tumor, cyst, or infection.  Fortunately for "Gonzo" this slide shows no cancer.

Dr. Steve and Lisa are very happy with Bella's progress.  All of the skin from her elbow down was pulled off and down her leg - like rolling down a sock.  Most of the skin survived and we may not need to do a skin graft! Good news for Bella.

                           Dr. Sarah, Dr. Laura, and William are waiting for Susie to

go to sleep so they can do all of her scheduled procedures while she snoozings in

bliss - dreaming of chasing cats.

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