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Welcome to Baker Animal Clinic

At our clinic you can expect state of the art medical care for four-legged companions from Dr. Di Gregorio and the clinic staff. We believe in nurturing the human-animal bond and creating a harmonious relationship between people and animals. You will be greeted by a courteous receptionist, clean exam rooms, friendly doctors, and caring assistants. We appreciate the role we get to play in your pets’ health care.

If you have any questions or comments about how we can care for your pet, please contact us today at (405) 372-4525.

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Does your pet need dental work? Get $40 off in August! Call today to schedule an appointment.

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Fair and Show Season
Read your show and fair premiums carefully this year. New regulations may require shorter-dated health papers in an effort to prevent recurrences of the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea seen at OYE in the spring and to prevent African Swine Fever from hitting our shows.

Also, remember to wash your hands after handling livestock and before eating. This can prevent the transmission of diseases from our livestock to us!

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Vesicular Stomatitis has been confirmed in Tillman County in OK. The affected premises is quarantined. Please be aware that this disease can affect all livestock (cattle, sheep, goats, deer, swine, and horses) although horses are affected most often.

Symptoms often present as erosions or vesicles on the gums, on the tongue, inside the mouth, on the ears, around the feet, around genitalia and mammary glands, and other parts of the skin.

This index case began with small sores at the corners of the lips and has now progressed to larger sores on the lips and
has affected the legs. It's not uncommon for livestock to develop fevers and in severe cases the erosions in the mouth cause the animal to stop eating and drinking. If anyone has any suspicions about any marks on their livestock, please call your vet.


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Did you know the FDA recently approved ProHeart 12 to protect dogs from heartworms with one injection per year? Schedule your appointment now for 12 worry-free months of heartworm projection.

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What Our Patients Are Saying

I had my cat declawed and Dr. Baker did an AWESOME JOB!! He was up and playing within the week. I have taken Tigger back for other needs and they treated him with care and love!!! They have my service from now on!!!! Thank You at Baker Animal Clinic!!!!

Tabitha Smith Shryock

Best vet in stillwater. I have used this clinic for 3 years now and have never been upset with the care my animals receive or the advice I get. I continue to use them based on the friendly staff, and incredible care my pets receive.

Keely Kenna Coldiron

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