Tulsa Pet Grooming & Boarding

  • Kennel Assistant

    Chey Bogner

  • Kennel Assistant

    Caitlyn Finley

    Hello, you can call me Finley!  I've been at VCA Veterinary Medical Center for about a year.  I am a proud pet-parent of two cats and a senior dog that came through the clinic as a stray.  My journey began with a deep love of animals, but took  a detour through many customer service related jobs that left me feeling dissatisfied and restless.  Then one day, life handed me the perfect opportunity to join the pet-care field and I've been hooked ever since!  I know that pets are truly part of the family and each one has their own personalities and needs.  I get to combine my love for animals with my service and care experience, while learning new skills everyday.  I am very happy to be part of such a great team of passionate, caring professionals.  It is my joy and privilege to be a friend and caretaker to you and your pets!

  • Groomer

    Terry Apgar

    I came to Veterinary Medical Center in 1997. The care of all kinds of animals has been an important part of my life.

    I started in the kennel then found out grooming is one of my passions. Seeing a pet come in that is so matted and dirty, they seem so miserable. After we totally clean them up, you can tell they feel so much better. It makes you feel good that you helped that pet.

    In the years at VCA Veterinary Medical Center I have grown and learned how to better care for all kinds of pets.

    We groom not just dogs and cats but also rabbits, ferrets and guinea pigs. We strive to give the best care for you and your pets.


  • Groomer

    Amy Byrne

    Ever since I can remember I have always had animals. It seems I was always dressing the animals up in this or that costume and always trying to paint their nails and put ribbons in their hair. I absolutely could not stand a dirty dog and those were the days before Frontline and topical flea control. Needless to say the poor animals I lived with got a ton of baths. Primarily we had a cocker spaniel named Sarah Jane and every summer we'd give her a haircut. We all know how well the home hair cut turns out. Sarah would be so embarrassed she would hide in the bushes or behind the recliner for weeks. I always wondered what it would take to give her a haircut that wouldn't embarrass her. Long after she was gone I learned how to groom by another groomer at another vet. It took a lot of persuading to get this lady to teach me but I finally convinced her to teach me. Although, I had to promise her that I wouldn't do it for the rest of my life. We'll see if I can keep that promise, I have my doubts. Finally, knowing the basic concepts of grooming and having a good understanding of the equipment, I left the veterinary setting and went to a full fledged groom shop where I learned a lot about breed standards and gained a lot of speed. After a few years I missed working in the veterinary setting. One day after work, I decided it was time for a change and on a whim I stopped by VCA Veterinary Medical Center and applied. Having applied several times over the years and not knowing if they were even hiring I was second guessing myself. You can only imagine my excitement when Christe called to set up the interview. The rest is history. Coming to VCA VMC has been the best career choice I have made to date. I hope to be here to serve our clients for many more years.