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What should I do if I have a veterinary emergency?
During normal business hours please call 918-393-4784 or come directly to the hospital. Depending on the severity of the situation, you may be directed to proceed to an emergency center. After normal business hours please call 918-393-4784 and follow the voice prompt to leave a message for the veterinarian on-call. You will receive a return phone call and consultation about your pet’s condition. In the event your animal is in serious or critical condition you may be directed to take your pet to Oklahoma Veterinary Specialists (OVS) if the veterinarian feels your pet requires critical or intensive care. OVS is open 24/7 and no appointment is required.
Where is your hospital located?
Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital Jenks is located just south of 121st street on Elm in the South County Square shopping center. Our hours are 7:30am-6:00pm Monday through Friday and 8:00am-noon on Saturday. We are closed Sundays.
Can I bring my pet in without an appointment?
We suggest that you make an appointment. We accommodate walk-in patients as best we can, though emergencies are seen immediately. All elective surgeries must be scheduled in advance.
What types of payment do you accept?
Payment in full is required at the time services are rendered. A treatment plan with an estimate of charges is available prior to services, upon request, and for all surgery or extended care. We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and CareCredit.
Do you see exotics or large animals?
At Good Shepherd we do see exotic species by appointment. Dr. Ashlea Wulf has additional training in the area of exotics and will be avaiable for appointments on Wednesdays. We do not currently treat large animals at Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital. If you have questions of whether or not we are able to examine your unique exotic pet please call to ask about availability for your specific species.
I would like to bring my pets to your clinic, but how do I get my records from my previous veterinarian?
We can obtain records from most veterinarians with just a simple phone call requesting records be faxed. Please call our office and request that your records be transferred and we will assist you.
At what age can I have my pet spayed or neutered?
Spaying or neutering can be done at approximately six (6) months of age. Your pet is given an exam prior to surgery to help determine whether your pet is healthy enough to undergo the surgical procedure. A pre-anesthetic blood screen is recommended prior to undergoing anesthesia and surgery.
How do I get my pet ready for surgery/anesthesia?
Before your pet’s surgery, you will discuss the procedure with your veterinarian and what to do beforehand to properly prepare your pet. In general, it’s a good idea that your pet doesn’t eat anything 12 hours before the surgery takes place. When your pet undergoes anesthesia, it’s best they have an empty stomach or complications may arise. The same holds true for human patients during surgery as well. Your vet will ensure that anesthesia is applied in the safest and most effective manner possible.
What vaccinations does my dog/cat really need?
Your veterinarian will determine which vaccinations are appropriate for your dog or cat, based on individual factors, such as lifestyle and health status. Veterinarians commonly recommend that dogs be vaccinated against rabies, distemper, hepatitis, and parvovirus and that cats be vaccinated against rabies, herpes and panleukopenia (feline distemper). Additional vaccines, such as feline leukemia virus (FeLV) for cats, and Bordetella (kennel cough) and Leptospirosis for dogs are recommended based on your cat or dog’s risk. At Good Shepherd it is our goal to use longer lasting FDA approved vaccinations to minimize the number of injections your animal receives over it's lifetime, but still will provide effective immunity.