Claremore city is deemed to be a good place to live and bring up your family thanks to its beautiful location and the high quality of lifestyle it has to offers. It is situated in the north western part of Oklahoma and is surrounded by lush green countryside set amid lakes and hills. Local residents will find they have easy access the heart of the city and its suburbs thanks to connecting links among the various trails in and around Claremore and nearby areas. As a result many families are pet owners as there is an abundance of outdoor space and parklands in which your four legged friend can enjoy plenty of exercise. There are a variety of veterinary surgeries offering care and services for all your animal’s needs whether you simply want your pet immunized with standard vaccinations such as de-worming or rabies shots, as well as any other treatment your cat or dog requires from general welfare check ups to major surgery.
The Animal Medical Centre, situated on North Lynn Riggs Boulevard, is the premier company in its field and while it specializes in treating larger animals such as livestock and horse, it also treats all smaller household pets too. It even offers treatment and care for exotic animals like snake and lizard thanks to its state-of -the-art equipment and fully trained, friendly and efficient staff members who are always ready to assist you and your pet, whatever your requirements to ensure your four legged friend remains both healthy and happy. This establishment is run by Dr. Ed Gilsleider, who moved to Claremore with his wife and baby moved to Claremore in the spring of 1982 where they spent three years transforming what was previously just a log cabin into the prestigious veterinary medical facility it is today. A lifelong animal lover, Dr. Gilsleider graduated from Kansas State University over thirty five years ago with a degree in Agriculture/Animal Science which he followed up four years later with Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, in 1982 just prior to the family’s move to the area. He is a recognized expert in his field and regularly lectures across the USA and overseas, having published a number of articles in veterinary and lay journals as well as a variety of other transcripts. Techniques that he has pioneered in his specialist field of animal orthopedics – including corrective procedures to rectify deformities and other rare conditions – initially for flightless bird species like the emu and ostrich but these techniques are now widely used across the board for many other types of animals too.
Other vets in the local area include Shipman Veterinary Services in the east of the city and the ark Animal Hospital on Archer Road. Most vets also offer a twenty four hour emergency service and many will do home visits too if your pet is too sick to be moved however you will find these slightly more expensive as there will be a call out fee on top that you would not have to pay if attending the veterinary surgery direct.