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Your Full-Service Perkins Veterinarian

Perkins Veterinary Clinic in Perkins, Oklahoma is a full-service animal hospital that provides care for pets large and small. Our clinic serves Perkins, Stillwater, Cushing, and surrounding communities with exceptional leading-edge pet healthcare, surgery, oncology, and more. 

Veterinarian and owner, Dr. Wendy Murray, and associate veterinarian Dr. Taud Charette have been providing high-quality animal healthcare in Perkins for over 15 years. Both worked as vet techs at Perkins Vet Clinic prior to pursuing further training. Today, they offer advanced wellness and surgical knowledge—as well as their passion for animal care—to help keep your pet healthy, active, and thriving.

Serving Pets Both Big and Small

Your veterinarian in Perkins is open to animals of every shape and size. We gladly care for pocket pets, exotic animals, livestock, horses, dogs, cats, and reptiles. Whether you are looking for equine dental care, emergency services, or a veterinarian in Perkins who will follow the long-term health and wellness of your pet, Perkins Veterinarian Clinic does it all.

We offer a full range of services, including boarding, surgery, ultrasound, in house lab, radiology, laser therapy & general wellness. We are OPEN 356 days a year so that you can feel confident your pet will be cared for when they need it most. Having trouble fitting an appointment into your busy schedule? Our convenient drop-off policy helps you manage your to-do list while we check up on your beloved pet. 

Leading Edge Preventative Care

With a special focus on preventative and educational care, our veterinarians in Perkins continually provides access to new and innovative ways to care for your pet. We offer leading technologies, including diagnostics, equine dental care, acupuncture, and laser therapy.

Staying at the forefront of healthcare practices is important to our vets and staff. It allows our clinic to offer some of the best animal healthcare services in Oklahoma. We believe in the value of preventative care—including regular wellness checkups, dental care, and diagnostics—that allow us to detect and treat health conditions before they become major issues. At Perkins Veterinarian Clinic, we do what is best for your pet so that they are healthy, happy, and experience the best quality of life.

Contact Us Today

Contact Perkins Veterinary Clinic in Perkins, OK today to learn more about our full-service animal clinic or to schedule your pet's wellness checkup. For emergencies, please call ahead so that our staff can better serve you and your pet upon arrival at the hospital. Your Perkins veterinarian is here to provide the highest quality care for your pet. You can call us at 405-547-2442 to schedule an appointment today!

Meet Our Doctors

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  • Wendy Murray, D.V.M.

    I was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. I grew up a city kid who longed to live in the country. Like many little girls I loved horses, and desperately wanted one of my own. Since a horse would not fit in our backyard, I spent many years taking riding lessons and going to summer camps with equine activities so I could be around horses. I also participated in sports, like softball and track .

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  • Taud Charette, D.V.M.

    Born in Hammond, IN and moved around quite frequently as a child due to my father's employment in the nuclear industry. I have lived in Indiana, Michigan, Texas and Arkansas. Arkansas is where I met and married the love of my life Briley.

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  • Lori Hoover
    Office Manager

    Born in Ohio and raised in Tulsa, OK., she graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1994 with a B.S. in Animal Science and a minor in Agricultural Economics. She enjoys the outdoors, sports, all her pets and spending time with her husband ,Matt and her 2 kids,  Josh and Ashley

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Perkins Office

Monday:

7:00 am-8:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-8:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-8:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-8:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Sunday:

12:00 pm-6:00 pm