Our Hospital

A Wealth of Veterinary Experience at Your Service!

VCA Woodland South Animal Hospital is a full service animal hospital in south Tulsa. We excel in providing the highest quality care in preventative wellness medicine and routine vaccinations, internal medicine, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, laser surgery, dentistry, emergencies, medicine for exotic pets and canine rehabilitation. We also offer a spacious boarding facility, Doggie Day Care and grooming services. We look forward to welcoming you and your pet to our hospital! Everyone on our staff believes that the better we get to know your pets, the better we can provide the best possible health care for them. In fact, when you come in, you'll see exactly why our veterinarians are praised for their kind and thorough care. We'll give you and your pet all the time you need, and never rush through an exam. We'll also carefully track the course of your pet's care, which is so important to your pet's long-term health.

We have received AAHA accreditation following a comprehensive evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association. The evaluation includes a quality assessment review of the hospital's facility, medical equipment, practice methods and pet health-care management. We are also a certified Cat Friendly practice. We received this accreditation by demonstrating our high standard in veterinary feline medicine and measures that we have taken to keep the hospital environment as stress free as possible for our cat patients.

In every case, you'll be served by experienced, knowledgeable members of our staff. Our veterinarians, state registered veterinary technicians, technician assistants and other pet-friendly personnel are trained to the highest standards. Their knowledge of the latest veterinary medicine and procedures ensures that all our pet patients get the best in prevention and healing methods. At VCA Woodland South Animal Hospital your pet’s health is our top priority and excellent client service is our goal.


Local Medical Issues


There are numerous local medical issues that can impact your pet's health and that require your attention over the entire year. For example, there's heartworm disease, which can affect both cats and dogs. Because it's transmitted by mosquitoes, which thrive in our region, it's a serious cause for concern. And because the winter temperatures here do not get cold enough to kill mosquito eggs, it's a year-round risk. The same is true for flea and tick infestation and intestinal parasites, each of which poses a problem in any season. And finally, contrary to what you'd expect, allergies are a year-round issue. Many pets suffer from skin and ear allergies, the signs of which include scratching, redness in the ears, and "scaly" skin.
 

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