What To Do
In An Emergency

  1. Contact Veterinary Clinic to describe the problem, if possible. This also allows our team to be ready for your case upon arrival.
  2. Be safe. Pets or wildlife in distress may act aggressively. For your protection we may recommend that you wrap your pet’s head in a cloth or towel to restrain his mouth and help keep him calm. Always remember to keep his airway open while doing so.
Contact Us
Urgent Care

Preventative Care

We operate our 24 hour emergency service, staffed by our vets
and night nurses. Our team operates the same way as any hospital:
our goal is to assess, stabilize, diagnose and treat our patients.

Is Your Pet Having an Emergency?

Get quality emergency care when you need it! Our clinic is open at night and on holidays.
0 800 555 22 11

Our Veterinarians

Dr. Mary Gill
Dr. Mary Gill
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Gill graduated ECFVG at Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary medicine Sciences.

Dr. Katie Stevens
Dr. Katie Stevens
Owner, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Stevens started working at the clinic in the summer of 2005. It was always her dream job as a kid.

Dr. Luke Carr
Dr. Luke Carr
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Carr graduated from the Veterinary Assistant course while working and have been here at DVC ever since.

Love Your Pet

Taking Care Of Your Pet

When you choose the veterinarians at Tails Veterinary Clinic to be your
pet care partner, you can be assured your pet is receiving the most advanced
veterinary care from experienced pet care providers.
Satisfied Clients
Healthy Pets
Best Veterinars