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Due to COVID-19, we are doing curbside services that are altered for emergency purposes.

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24/7 Emergency Veterinary Care at Our Animal Hospital in Tulsa, OK

Established in 1987, Animal Emergency Center (AEC), P.C. is northeast Oklahoma’s oldest and most established veterinary emergency hospital care facility. Our Tulsa animal hospital provides pet emergency, trauma, and critical care to dogs and cats of the Metropolitan Tulsa area, including Claremore, Owasso, Sand Springs, Glenpool, Sapulpa, Jenks, and Broken Arrow. As a 24-hour emergency animal hospital, we offer urgent and critical care treatment 7 days a week, 365 days a year. "When you need us, we’ll be here!"

The Animal Emergency Center facility was built specifically for pet emergency, trauma, and critical care, and our staff is trained specifically for the same purpose. Our facility offers in-house laboratory testing, treatment, ICU, surgery, digital radiology, endoscopy, CT imaging, ultrasound, and a number of other services.

Animal Emergency Center's Philosophy

Our animal hospital's mission has remained the same for over 30 years: improve the lives of pets and their owners. We are devoted to creating and maintaining an environment where pets can receive quality, compassionate medical care, and their owners can receive exceptional customer service. Our team works in conjunction with your regular veterinarian to treat your pet, while ensuring that you have a solid understanding of your pet’s condition.

In addition to helping pets at our facility, we help to promote community education on a variety of pet topics, including responsible pet ownership. We collaborate with several area rescue groups, including Oklahoma Alliance for Animals—an organization that is dedicated to creating positive change for pets—often volunteering our time and veterinary services at their events throughout the year.

Animal Emergency Center's Philosophy

Our veterinary hospital mission has remained the same for over 30 years: improve the lives of pets and their owners. We are devoted to creating and maintaining an environment where pets can receive quality, compassionate medical care, and their owners can receive exceptional customer service. Our team works in conjunction with your regular veterinarian to treat your pet, while ensuring that you have a solid understanding of your pet’s condition.

In addition to helping pets at our facility, we help to promote community education on a variety of pet topics, including responsible pet ownership. We collaborate with several area rescue groups, including Oklahoma Alliance for Animals—an organization that is dedicated to creating positive change for pets—often volunteering our time and veterinary services at their events throughout the year.

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