Colette Crotty, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

DVM, Oklahoma State University


Dr. Crotty came to work at Veterinary Medical Center after graduating from Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. She enjoys working at this veterinary hospital because they emphasize high quality patient care. She enjoys the challenge of diagnosing the patient's problems and helping owners prevent disease or treat their pets with all the resources available. She believes in keeping up to date on the latest advances in medical information and technology. Her goal is to keep pets healthy and comfortable so the pet owner can enjoy their companionship for as long as possible. "There are so many aspects I enjoy when it comes to caring for pets. I believe it is important to prevent disease and suffering whenever possible. Internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, oncology, dermatology and behavior are all area of interest for me."

Dr. Crotty appears on KOTV Six in the Morning Show every other Tuesday to answer question from Viewers about their pets. She is grateful for this opportunity to help people help their pets. She also teaches a course at Tulsa Community College School of Veterinary Technology.

Over the years Dr. Crotty has shared her life with numerous pets from gerbils and turtles to Chihuahuas and Irish Wolfhounds. Currently she lives with her husband John and her much loved tabby cat Fred.