Please note: These are the precautions we are taking for the Canine Influenza Outbreak in our area.

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We are screening all appointments for possible exposure
Any pets showing signs of a respiratory illness will be seen curbside and staff will wear appropriate protective attire
We are deep cleaning our exam rooms, lobby, scale, and other surfaces after EVERY pet regardless of exposure risk status
We have ordered the Canine Influenza Vaccine and will begin offering it within the next day or so
We will keep apprised of this ever-evolving situation
You and your pets are our highest priority


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Frequently Asked Questions

At South County Animal Clinic, we get a ton of interesting questions from pet parents. Below are some common FAQs that might help answer any questions or concerns. Please feel free to call us at 918-518-6200 for any other concerns you might have about your pet.

What are your hours?

Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 6 PM
Saturday: 8 AM – 12 PM
Sunday: Closed

How often should my pet have an exam and blood work?

We believe the best way to manage your pet’s health is to identify disease early, which can help to prolong your pet’s life. The best way to evaluate your pet’s health is to have yearly exams performed with blood work. At the age of 7 years and up, we recommend an exam every six months with annual blood work. If your pet has a chronic condition or mobility issues, exams and blood work may be on a more frequent basis.

What do I do if I have an emergency after hours?
What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept credit cards, cash, checks, CareCredit, and in the future, Trupanion Express.

To learn more about our payment options, please click here.

Why does my pet need a dental cleaning?

Periodontal disease is a common problem in dogs and cats. Infections, broken teeth, and masses in the mouth can contribute to this disease which can lead to a shortened life for your pet. Proper veterinary dental care for your pet can reduce tooth extractions and painful conditions within the mouth that could lead to heart conditions. Our goal is to keep your pet healthy with yearly dental cleanings.

Does my pet need heartworm prevention?

The bite of an infected mosquito transmits heartworms. Oklahoma weather provides a perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes which is why we see so many heartworm-positive dogs in Oklahoma. We recommend a yearly heartworm test with year-round prevention to ensure your pet stays heartworm-free.

How often should I vaccinate my pet?

The state of Oklahoma requires each pet to have a Rabies vaccination.

We recommend a Rabies, Distemper/Hepatitis/Leptospirosis/Parvo/Para-Influenza (DHLPP) combination vaccine and Bordetella vaccine yearly for adult dogs.

We recommend the FVRCP with Feline Leukemia vaccine and Rabies vaccine for adult cats.

Puppies and kittens will need a series of vaccines to obtain immunity from disease.