We now offer ProHeart 6 injections!

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2020 COVID-19 UPDATE:

In order to abide by CDC guidelines and to ensure that we minimize the risk and exposure to our clients
as well as our staff, we are limiting the number of clients in the lobby to 2. We also ask that upon entering you wear a mask and gloves which are provided at the door and maintain the 6-foot rule.  We will continue to clean and disinfect between appointments as we always have.

Please notify a staff member by phone before your appointment if you have traveled in the last 14 days or if you show symptoms of Covid-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath).

Following these rules will allow us to continue to care for your pets. Thank you for your patience and
understanding during this time.

Dr. Sharon Cary
Veterinary Home Healthcare
405-820-6647


For further details and information please refer to the below links:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronaviru...
https://www.cdc.gov/healthypet...

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  • Dr.
    Cary

    I graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. During the last 24 years I have provided 'relief' services to many veterinarians in Oklahoma City and Edmond, and have been an associate veterinarian at several of these locations.

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  • Dawn

    Welcome Dawn Henry to the clinic. She recently joined us with over 25 years experience as a veterinary technician.
    Dawn will be a great asset to the clinic with her years of knowledge and calming approach with the patients.

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Testimonial

  • "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."
    Jody G. / Oklahoma City, OK

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