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We have been providing the community of Edmond, Oklahoma with excellent pet care in a professional, friendly, and compassionate manner for over 25 years. We welcome new clients to become a part of our furry family practice.
We are a full-service, small animal veterinary clinic located in Edmond, Oklahoma. We specialize in vaccine appointments, wellness exams, sick pets, xrays, ultrasound, and soft tissue surgery. We can also consult with you on geriatric family pets, behavior, weight loss, and euthanasia. We also have a fantastic climate-controlled boarding facility. We have been healing the pets of Edmond, Oklahoma City, and surrounding areas for 25 years and feel privileged to be a part of this community. Over the years, your family has become our family and we look forward to forming lasting relationships with you and your new (or old!) four-legged children.
*In Case of an Emergency*
If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our clinic hours, please call us on your ride to the clinic so we can determine if we're able to accommodate your pet or if the situation requires further assistance from the emergency services of Blue Pearl Emergency and Specialty Hospital.
If your pet is experiencing an emergency outside of our clinic hours, please contact
Blue pearl Emergency and Specialty Hospital:
1800 West Memorial Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73134
Edmond Veterinarian | Santa Fe Vet Clinic | (405) 341-5634
840 NW 164th
Edmond, OK 73013
The vet is super sweet with our old dog. She is patient and kind to her. She gives you her honest opinion and all options. She is a great vet! Office staff were very sweet as well.
C M. / Edmond, OK
*Sunday open 5:00-5:30pm for boarding pick up/drop off only
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