Find a Avian or Bird Veterinarian in Tulsa OK

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At All Creatures Veterinary Hospital in Tulsa we have been treating birds and exotic pets for over 20 years. Dr. Mark Setser is a member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians and has experience treating all kinds of birds. When you bring home your bird, he should be evaluated by an [...] Read more »

Pet Travel Has Never Been Easier

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With pet-friendly hotels, cabins, and resort spots popping up all over the map, pet travel has never been easier. But while jetting off without planning in advance sounds romantic, it can cause sticky situations if your dog is along for the ride.  Boarding your pet while you are away may even [...] Read more »

Things to Consider Before Taking Home Reptiles as Pets

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MELISSA KAPLAN Petfinder.com America’s newest pet craze leaves millions of animals misunderstood and mistreated-right from the gecko. Reptiles! The very word conjures up a variety of responses, ranging from “Eeeeww, gross!” to “Way cool!” Fueled in part by changes in international wildlife importation laws, the resurgence of interest in dinosaurs [...] Read more »

Common Foods Toxic to Dogs in Tulsa OK

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You are probably familiar with the fact that one of the most common known foods toxic to dogs is chocolate, however there are numerous other toxic foods. Some other foods to keep away from your pets include raisins and grapes, onions, macadamia nuts and products containing xylitol (an artificial sweetener). Foods Toxic to Dogs Chocolate Lots [...] Read more »

Human Medications Are a Common Pet Poison

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Human medications are among the most common household pet poisons. Whether discovered or purposely administered by pet owners, medications can be potentially dangerous for our cats and dogs. And although everyone is familiar with the “Keep out of reach of children” warning, this may underestimate our pets. Pets, unlike children, [...] Read more »