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We are a full service animal hospital located in Perkins, OK. Offering cutting edge medicine including Laser Therapy. We service Stillwater, Tryon, Cushing, Chandler, Carney, Wellston, Ripley, Ingalls, Agra, Drumright, Yale, Guthrie, and all places in between. Our veterinary clinic cares for all animals including livestock, horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, pocket pets, reptiles, amphibians and some other more exotic pets
Dr. Wendy Murray took over ownership of Perkins Veterinary Clinic in 2011, she has worked for our clinic for more than 12 years. Dr. Taud Charette is our associate veterinarian. Both doctors consider it an honor and priviledge to serve the areas veterinary needs.
At Perkins Veterinary Clinic, we provide a full range of services. "We do what is best for your pet," has been our motto since our clinic began and continues to be our motto today. We take pride in being able to offer cutting edge veterinary service to our clients. Service and quality are a tradition here at Perkins Veterinary Clinic.
Emergencies Please call ahead so our staff can help you stabilize your pet for transport and so we can be prepared for your pet's arrival.
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