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Caring For All Animals, Fort the Comfort of You and Your Pet.
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Providing affordable mobile veterinary services to dogs and cats in Oklahoma City and the surrounging metro area. Not only do I provide convenience for you and your family, but your pets are much more at ease in their familiar surroundings. Most of my patients are even excited to see me!
I have a detailed list of services offered under the 'services' tab. Mostly, I provide annual check-ups and care for sick pets. Surgeries and dentals can also be performed in the mobile unit or my office.
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Dr. Cary was so kind and gentle to my dear, beloved dog, Turbo. She knew how to handle both of us during Turbos last couple of days. Dr. Cary's website led me to many wonderful rescues to support and I found a hound dog named Hank to add to our family. He loves the other 2 dogs and the cat.
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